Subversion graphical client?

Hi All -

I notice that most of the Rails team are using Mac OS X and TextMate for
Ruby development. I too am working on Mac OS X and trying TextMate and
(shudder?) EMacs.

I was wondering about version control. Are folks using Subversion? If
so, are they using a graphical client? Which one do they recommend?

Yours,

Jordan

On 29 Dec 2005, at 01:30, Jordan Dea-Mattson wrote:

I notice that most of the Rails team are using Mac OS X and
TextMate for
Ruby development. I too am working on Mac OS X and trying TextMate and
(shudder?) EMacs.

I was wondering about version control. Are folks using Subversion? If
so, are they using a graphical client? Which one do they recommend?

TextMate has built-in Subversion support.
http://www.macromates.com/textmate/manual/bundles.html#subversion

Yours,
Craig

Craig W. | t: +44 (0)131 516 8595 | e: [email protected]
Xeriom.NET | f: +44 (0)709 287 1902 | w: http://xeriom.net

I’ve been using SvnX

http://www.lachoseinteractive.net/en/community/subversion/svnx/features/

The TextMate bundle stuff doesn’t work for my style… maybe it’ll
grow on me?

Chris Nolan.ca
http://kekova.ca/

On Dec 28, 2005, at 5:30 PM, Jordan Dea-Mattson wrote:

Yours,

Jordan

Jordan-

Textmate has great subversion integration. If your project is

already under svn then just press ctrl-shift-a to get the subversion
menu.

Cheers-
-Ezra Z.
WebMaster
Yakima Herald-Republic Newspaper
[email protected]
509-577-7732

Learn something new every day. Have been using TextMate for a while
now, and never knew about that! Thanks!

-Nick

p.s. My normal svn client is svnX as well.

Jordan Dea-Mattson wrote:

I notice that most of the Rails team are using Mac OS X and TextMate for
Ruby development. I too am working on Mac OS X and trying TextMate and
(shudder?) EMacs.

I was wondering about version control. Are folks using Subversion? If
so, are they using a graphical client? Which one do they recommend?

I’m not from Mac world, but I can suggest two Subversion GUI clients:

RapidSVN (http://rapidsvn.tigris.org/)
eSvn (http://esvn.umputun.com/)

Although I prefer using command line client, eSvn looks good to me.

Hope that helps.

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