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Exclude .svn folders from tar

Posted on 2011-09-14
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I need to tar a tree that has been checked out from SVN, and exclude all .svn folders.  I've tried tar -cvf test.tar * --excludes "*/.svn/*, but this still leaves empty /.svn/ folders.

What needs to be done here?
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themrrobert earned 2000 total points
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remove the slash after .svn, you are telling it to exclude any files in the directory but not the directory iteself
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Great.  Thx.
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