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Command Line: Recursive Deleting .svn folders

once in a while, you completely mess up your checkout folder or your svn repo is in a terrible mess or conflicts unable to be resolved, and folder unable to be unlocked. so you will most likely need to delete all the .svn folders and start over again. so here’s the command line to do so.

cd /path/to/folder/
rm -rf `find . -type d -name .svn`

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