Export a local git
I am working on windows, with tortoise git. I am having a problem where GIT does not work on my computer any more (I can't do any git command). I want to quickly switch to svn so I can keep working.
Is there a way to clean up my entire project folder so that all git files are gone, and I can copy all the files in a clean svn repo ?
Thank you very much.
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