Recursively delete .svn directories

Abstract This is a simple example of a unix command, which recursively deletes subversion .svn folders. Subversion is a well-spread open-source revision control application. Every copy of source code received from subversion repository has .svn folders, which store metadata. However, if you want to use or distribute source code for end-user consumption, these folders are not necessary. A simple svn export [repository] is suitable. Compatible Systems Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X, Cygwin Nearly any unix-compatible system with rm and find We use find command to find all . »