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how to clean working copy of svn/tourtoisesvn repository

Posted on 2007-11-28
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hi all,
I have svn server on linux , tourtoisesvn  on windows xp installed
 now my  question is how do I clean the .svn directories from a working copy folder that I don't want it to be a working copy any more just for taking a clean backup or send it to someone else?

best regards
HG
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PeturIngiEgilsson earned 500 total points
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Could you pleace explain your question in a little more details?
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by:shang3000
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hi PeturIngiEgilsson,

after you mad a check out and committed and addes folders and files several times
your manager/ client asked you for a clean backup the last version or acertain version
so you made a checout and got the release you want but unfortunately every folder have a .svn folder in it

my question is : is there is an automatic way to remover .svn folder in the working copy directory tree you have checked out instead of removing it by hand????

best regards
HG


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I found it use export command
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