Backing Up VisualSVN With Powershell

Andrew Loree has made a Powershell script available:

Quick and easy backup for VisualSVN.  Wraps the svnadmin.exe and performs a hotcopy of all repositories in the $source_path, dumping them to the $backup_path

Read on for the script.

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