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RE: [TSVN] linux version of tortiseSVN

From: McKenna, Simon (RGH) <Simon.McKenna_at_rgh.sa.gov.au>
Date: 2005-04-15 03:01:59 CEST

Hi Bruce,

-> is there going to be a linux version of tortiseSVN. if not, can you
-> recommend an 'Open Source' linux app that does what
-> tortiseSVN does for SVN?

Subclipse.tigris.org would be the closest product, which is
a plug-in to the Eclipse platform. I use it on Linux and
Windows and is comparable in most respects to TortoiseSVN.

The main difference being that the repo-browser and diff
functions are not all in the same place, as Eclipse handles
multiple SCM tools (eg. Inbuilt CVS support) and takes a
different approach, but once you get comfortable, it's a
good, usable product.

-> also, does tortiseSVN have a way for the user to essentially
-> rebuild a local
-> copy of the underlying project dir structure for a given SVN
-> project? useful
-> for making sure the user can rebuild the underlying project....

Checkout? Export? Perhaps read the manual.


ps. It's Tortoise not tortise :)

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