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Re: Strip .svn info

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006q2_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-06-13 10:32:08 CEST

On Jun 13, 2006, at 09:43, Alan McDonald wrote:

> 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?

I'm not entirely sure what all you're getting at, but the command
you're looking for is "svn export":

svn export /path/to/workingcopy /path/to/export

where /path/to/export will be created, and will be a copy of
everything in /path/to/workingcopy except the .svn directories and
their contents.

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