CVSROOT directory in SVN?

Frank Warmerdam warmerdam at POBOX.COM
Mon May 7 14:47:28 EDT 2007

Howard Butler wrote:
> Yes, it should be safe to delete the CVSROOT and any .cvsignore files.  
> We went through a similar cleanup with GDAL, I don't recall if it was 
> Frank or Mateusz who did it, but maybe they have the scripts/commands 
> they used to do it systematically.

All five .cvsignore files are gone.  Feel free to blow away the CVSROOT.

I'll try and fix up my $Log$ cleaning script and run it this afternoon on

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