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[TSVN] Other File Managers and Alternative Options

From: Cory Burkhardt <burkhardt2_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2005-10-07 16:39:47 CEST

I recall reading that TortoiseSVN worked with other file managers besides
windows explorer. What are these file managers and how would we install
TortoiseSVN to integrate into these file managers and NOT windows explorer?

We are looking to use subversion with our development projects, but we do
not want to force everybody to install TortoiseSVN in a way that the
TortoiseSVN menus come up EVERYWHERE in the windows filesystem. We would
like to be able to somehow limit the menus to displaying only when we are
working on our development projects. We don't want to clutter up the
explorer menus everywhere else. So, if we could install TortoiseSVN in a
way that it only integrated into another file manage and not windows
explorer, that would serve us well. Alternatively, if there were a way to
restrict the subversion menus to appearing only within certain directories
in the filesystem, that would work as well. Or if there were a way to turn
the menus on or off so that they appear only when we are working on
development projects and we have explicitly enabled them, that would be
acceptable too.

If none of these options are available, then I don't think I will be able to
convince my colleagues to use the TortoiseSVN system because they only work
on the development projects part time. Does anybody have any


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