How to remove .svn directories under hlfs dir recursively as follows. weiwei@weiwei-HP-Compaq-dx6128-MT-PX478AV:~/workshop1/hlfs > find ./ -name “.svn” ./test/build/.svn ./test/.svn ./output/conf/.svn ./output/lib32/.svn ./patches/.svn ./src/include/.svn ./src/include/api/.svn ./src/snapshot/.svn ./src/snapshot/unittest/build/.svn ./src/snapshot/unittest/.svn ./src/utils/.svn ./src/clean/Mapreducer/build/.svn ./src/clean/Mapreducer/.svn ./src/clean/.svn ./src/clean/unittest/.svn ./src/icache/.svn ./src/icache/unittest/.svn ./src/backend/.svn ./src/storage/.svn ./src/cache/.svn ./src/cache/unittest/.svn ./src/clone/.svn ./src/tools/.svn ./src/tools/unittest/.svn ./src/logger/.svn weiwei@weiwei-HP-Compaq-dx6128-MT-PX478AV:~/workshop1/hlfs > find ./ -name “.svn” | xargs rm -rf Answered by harryxiyou.
I have a local svn repository. I work in the repository, e.g. compiling latex documents and building software packages, and there are many useless temporary files there. How can I clean it up by automatically clean these temporary files like the git clean -f in git? svn seems has no built-in function for this. But […]
I made some changes in my local copy of the svn repository. I have not committed and updated the server yet. Now I want to discard my updates. How to revert my changes in my local copy of the repository? To discard current updates, run this in the root directory of the repository: svn revert […]