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Re: All the .svn directories

From: Venkatesh Babu <venkatbabukr_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Thu, 6 Mar 2008 22:23:40 -0800 (PST)

--- DavidW <dwhite_at_gbcsci.com> wrote:

> zjtopspeed <zjtopspeed@...> writes:
> >
> > right click your working folder, in context menu,
> > select "TortoiseSVN=>Export...",so all your
> files/folders
> > can be exported without .svn folders
>
> Well, this was the aspect of the problem that was
> giving me the most trouble
> and this solves it. Thanks.

This note helped me as well ... Looks like learning on
how to work with SVN will take some time and practice.
I really got scared when I found that there is a .svn
folder inside every directory (This was not the case
with our previous version control system - MKSSI).
Also, the SVN way of branching and revision
maintenance is little different from our previous
version control system ... Are there any resources on
web that give quick tips about using SVN? Request
anybody having pointers, to share the same. Would be
really helpful.

Thank you,
Venkatesh

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