Well if anyone knows if you take a open source project and check it out with svn, the files are binded to that repository. If you wanted add your version of the project in your repository a piece of you dies because the directory structure of that project has hidden .svn files that correspond to the repository of that you downloaded it from! Which, is very annoying! But I realized it doesn’t have to be even with projects with a million folders and subfolders.
Really all you have do is this…
rm -rf `find . -type d -name .svn`