Email an svn dump

(svnadmin dump /path/to/repo | gzip --best > /tmp/svn-backup.gz) 2>&1 | mutt -s "SVN backup `date +\%m/\%d/\%Y`" -a /tmp/svn-backup.gz emailaddress
Dumps a compressed svn backup to a file, and emails the files along with any messages as the body of the email

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By: max
2010-03-08 05:49:01

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