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Subcommander 0.10.0 released.

From: Martin Hauner <martin.hauner_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2005-05-23 20:43:54 CEST

Subcommander, http://subcommander.tigris.org

a crossplatform Win32, Unix/Linux and MacOSX Subversion gui (qt) client &
a visual text diff/merge tool.

Subcommander 0.10.0 is ready and available from:

Sources Archives (Unix/Linux/MacOSX,Win32):


Win32 Binaries:


MacOSX Binaries:


Documentation (pdf):


-- CHANGES ------------------------------------------------------------------

Subcommander Version 0.10.0 (released 24 May 2005, tags/0.10.0)

   [based on subversion 1.1 api]

   Subcommander (subcommander & submerge)

   * new: MacOSX port.
   * new: change fonts from settings dialog.
   * new: change colors from settings dialog.
   * new: enabled some tool bar magic: large icons, icons with text, moveable.
   * new: it is now possible to build Subcommander with apr 1.x. (removed the
     use of the APR_STATUS_IS_SUCCESS macro).


   * new: run diff on or between repository paths (this runs submerge for each
     modified file, unfortunately one can't cancel it).
   * fixed: move did not honor the current state of the force option.
   * fixed: another configuration reading bug which overwrote the settings of
     project 1 with settings of project 10, 2 with 20 etc.
   * fixed: the working copy paths listview gets properly refreshed when a path
     is changed in the edit widget.


   * new: ignore whitespace option (-w from command line, note that the gui
     option is inverted, ie. whitespaces are on or off).
   * new: refresh the current diff (usefull if a file changed on disk or after
     changing the whitespace option).

Subcommander, http://subcommander.tigris.org
a x-platform Win32/Linux/MacOSX svn gui (qt) client & a text diff/merge tool.
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