OT: Subversion folder cleanup


#1

How do you clean up your app folder to place onto the server? I want to
get rid of all the .svn stuff.

Seth B.


#2

Buntin, Seth - KATE wrote:

How do you clean up your app folder to place onto the server? I want to
get rid of all the .svn stuff.

I’m no “find” master but you should be able to add some deployment task
to do something like:

find -type d -name .svn -exec rm -rf {}

not tested!!

Or you could just setup your webserver to disallow serving .svn
directories.

Jeroen


#3

Or simply “svn export svn://fooserver/app/trunk app”

Francesc

On Mar 17, 2006, at 3:21 PM, Jeroen H. wrote:

Or you could just setup your webserver to disallow serving .svn
directories.

Jeroen


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#4

Hi !

2006/3/17, Buntin, Seth - KATE removed_email_address@domain.invalid:

How do you clean up your app folder to place onto the server? I want to get
rid of all the .svn stuff.

The real answer is you want to export your project, not checkout.

Export makes a regular tree - the tree will NOT be a Subversion working
copy.

Hope that helps !


#5

I’m a subversion noob, but I think it’s svn export

http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/svn-book.html#svn-ch-9-sect-1.2-re-export

Chris T


#6

Francois B. wrote:

Hope that helps !
Why does Capistrano by default do a checkout I wonder?

Jeroen