views are stored as property svk:view:NAME on a directory. Suppose
you have svk:view:ptest set on //project, you can refer to it by
//^project/ptest. That is, a caret, and then path holding the
property, a slash, and the name of the view.
You can now use //^project/ptest as a target for normal svk commands
like ls, checkout and diff.
Here is an example for the value of the property:
The first line is the base of the view. The &: sign means the root
of a mirror, so the view can still be used even if other people
mirrored the repository to a different path in their local repository.
The second line means taking out all the content under the root. And
then take dir1 back, stick the directory src/deep/util to
util under the view. So running svk ls //^project/ptest you