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I wrote a python code and at some point it checks out using svn. I don't want to see the outputs of svn on my terminal screen. I heard that to block this, I should use /dev/bin or something like that, but I don't know how could I do that and what should I do. Is there anyone to help me?

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You can redirect the output of svn command to /dev/null using:

svn <command> [options] [args] 2>/dev/null
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svn co -q URL in most cases output nothing to stdout

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Those "most cases" you can count them on the fingers. – Radu Rădeanu Aug 22 '13 at 13:36

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