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Re: [newtech-1] SVN brower/interface

From: user 7.
Sent on: Thursday, July 31, 2008 8:55 AM
Tortoise does a great job of managing your local working copies against the repository. It works as a shell extension for explorer, very nice once you get used to that way of working. On the mac use the free svnX, and on Linux you have a number of decent GUI options.  However- I'm afraid nothing beats the svn command line for versatility and control of subversion!

-Andy

Jules wrote:
Thanks everyone.

Does TortoiseSVN help with file checkin/checking on a given setup development directory a bit like windows source control software does? If not using Tortoise does it mean that files will need to be manually updated into the SVN repository?

J.

On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 8:21 AM, James Linder <[address removed]> wrote:
The web tools mentioned by other respondents are good for browsing the
contents of your SVN repository.  But for managing (adding, deleting,
updating) files you need a fat client program.

TortoiseSVN is the best GUI interface you'll find on Windows.  It
integrates nicely with Windows Explorer.  On other OSs, you'll most
likely need to use the command line.

Cheers,

James


On Jul 30, 2008, at 2:18 PM, Jules wrote:

> Would anyone recommend a great SVN browser/interface?
>
> I am looking into installing SVN to manage project development files
> and I need a nice web2.0 like interface or even a nice application
> that can interface with SVN and make it easy for my developers to
> manage project files. Obviously free is always better but I am open
> to anything. Some hosted SVN are pretty good/nice but not free.
>
> - i have looked at trac an it is not bad. I was wondering if there
> is something better than that
>
> Your suggestion would be appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> J.
>
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