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I can get it by parsing the output of svn info. Example using Bash:

svn info | grep '^URL: ' | cut -d' ' -f2

Is there an easier way?

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svn info | awk '/^URL: / { print $2 }'

There's also svn info --xml if you'd rather parse XML.

There's no command line parameter that returns only the URL, if that's what you meant.

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Yup, that´s what I meant. – Deleted Feb 24 '12 at 14:04

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