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Clean up svn sandbox

DATE: 2011-09-28
AUTHOR: rlinnemann
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Damian said

you are a master, I have never thought of this way of dealing with this 'o-so-familair' problem.

rlinnemann said

Also consider "xargs -n 1" in case the list is large, then you don't get into command
length limitations
You can also replace "rm" with "svn add" should you have a large body of new
work to import from your sandbox

 

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