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Strip .svn info

From: Alan McDonald <alan_at_meta.com.au>
Date: 2006-06-13 09:43:38 CEST

I have a working copy of a repo.
I want to create a new one on the server (easy), then check it out again
over the old working copy.
(I have changed my global ignore settings and want to start again)
I assume I need to delete all the .svn folders and contents from the working
copy though
What's the easiest way to strip the svn stuff out of my working copy or
perhaps another way to achieve this?
 Alan McDonald

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