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Re: Any Tortoise SVN activity seems to block deletion of directories

From: Stefan Wild <stefan.wild_at_autinity.de>
Date: Fri, 15 Oct 2010 10:37:59 +0200

Am 14.10.2010 14:16, schrieb Loritsch, Berin:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Stefan Wild [mailto:stefan.wild_at_autinity.de]
>>> And why delete all .svn folders?
>> because I want to backup only some of the data, not the wc itself
> Probably a more efficient way to do that is to Export the working copy
> you need for backup. The difference between Checkout and Export is the
> existance of the .svn folders. (Export just gets a copy of the
> repository, and is not treated like a working copy after that).
> Seriously though, if you are backing up the server (you are backing up
> the server, right?), backing up portions of the files you have on your
> machine is a bit redundant. Backing up the server is as simple as
> issuing the "svnadmin dump" command and saving the results to a file.
> Restoring is as simple as issuing the "svnadmin load" command and you
> have your repository along with every revision in its history (comments
> and all).
I *knew* that someone would write this...
no, I *don't* want to export my project nor backup the server, but my own files on my own PC.
I don't commit every single line of code, nor temporary files, so there's enough to backup.

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Stefan Wild
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