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Re: Does svn export performs any kind of outbound connection

From: Nguyen Vu Hung (VNC) <vuhung_at_vinicorp.com.vn>
Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2011 10:05:16 +0700

(2011/03/10 9:31), Andy Levy wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 9, 2011 at 21:26, Nguyen Vu Hung (VNC)
> <vuhung_at_vinicorp.com.vn> wrote:
>> Folks,
>>
>> Just a quick question:
>>
>> Does svn export performs any kind of outbound connection (like http) other
>> than localhost?
> svn export only makes a connection between the client and the server,
> and only if you export using a URL (as opposed to doing an export from
> a working copy). Just like any other Subversion command that interacts
> with the server.
So, svn export http://hostname/path/to/dir does make connections to svn
servers.

Does svn export path/to/working/dir makes connections to svn servers?

Because I am working with a remote svn server that is quite big in size
and the Internet
connection is quite slow.

What I want to do is: delete all .svn folder on a checked out repo.

Under Windows, I can grep and delete all .svn folder but I don't know if
there is any
"smart" way to do that with the feature that svn and/or tortoiseSVN
provides.

As far as I tried, it seems that tortoiseSVN does not support exporting
from
a local working svn folder.

Best regards,

Nguyen Vu Hung
Received on 2011-03-10 04:05:54 CET

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