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Re: [TSVN] removing Subversion internal files?? or do 'clean' checkout?

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_slarge.plus.com>
Date: 2005-04-13 19:42:31 CEST

Oliver Müller wrote:
> But when I want to update my files on the webserver, I need a 'clean'
> installation, only the source and data files. The .svn files at least
> double the space and time needed for copy (plus, it's quite needless
> to have subversion stuff there). And sometimes I want to copy a
> versioned dir (a theme e.g.) and modify it (building a derived theme
> WHILE keeping the other e.g.), but it always copies the .svn
> directories along, causing Turtoise to think the folder IS ALREADY
> versioned and keeping it from committing the folder.
> Is there a better way than browsing into every damn subdirectory and
> removing the svn-related dirs??? You know, there are quite a lot of
> dirs in my project.

RTFM ;-)

Try right click in your WC and the Exportfrom the context menu. Or
right-drag your WC folder to the clean folder and then choose Export
from the context menu.


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