On Fri, Mar 23, 2012 at 10:56 PM, Ben Stover <bxstover_at_yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> When I go to the download page for the Subversion binaries for WindowsOS:
> Then there are 5 different packages:
> CollabNet (supported and certified by CollabNet; requires registration)
> SlikSVN (32- and 64-bit client MSI; maintained by Bert Huijben, SharpSvn
> VisualSVN (client and server; supported and maintained by VisualSVN)
> WANdisco (32- and 64-bit client and server; supported and certified by
> Win32Svn (32-bit client, server and bindings, MSI and ZIPs; maintained by
> David Darj)
> What are the differences between them?
> It Depends(tm). Some are supposed to be IDE's, such as SlikSVN and
VisualSVN. But the most commonly used, and probably best, Subversion for
Windows is TortoiseSVN. The very good GUI and the well integrated behavior
with Windows interfaces make it very easy to use,
Another popular Windows command line tool suite is in CygWin, which is the
compiltion envionment for many Windows tools.
> Which one is the "best supported"/most compatible?
> Which one is the most widely used in WinOS world?
In my obvservatoin, TortoiseSVN, which is GUI based.
> Thank you
Received on 2012-03-24 04:14:13 CET