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Export, remove .svn folders

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 29 Apr 2011 21:39:42 +0200


In svn 1.6, every folder of a working copy contains its own .svn folder.
That's why we have the feature that when exporting a working copy to
itself, we ask whether to remove all those .svn folders. That's an easy
and fast way to make a working copy unversioned.

In svn 1.7 however, a working copy only has one .svn folder at the root
of the working copy. All subfolders are 'clean', i.e. they don't contain
.svn folders anymore.

My question is: do we still need this 'export, make unversioned' feature
or should I just remove it? I think it's easy enough to just remove the
one .svn folder from the working copy root without the support of TSVN.


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