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RE: Cross-Platform Tortoise

From: Philip Sayers <phil_at_cds-am.net>
Date: Mon, 7 Feb 2011 10:55:46 -0500

>Hi Guys,

>Just wanted to let you know, and get any feed back, concerns or worries.
>I love tortoise and have implemented it with-in my own development team.
>The problem I'm facing is that we will be developing cross-platform and
there is no good tool that works across all operating >systems. I don’t want
to invest the time training the developers on 3 subversion clients.

>I know there are alternatives for OSX and Linux but to be honest they are
poor in comparison.

>So I have started to develop a clone, not a port, but a clone of Tortoise
SVN to
>run on OSX and Linux. I'm making good progress with this at the moment and
>hoping to put some dedicated time aside in March to try and bring out a
first release.

>I am writing the application in QT so the source can be compiled to any
operating system that QT supports. However I have no >intention of providing
a windows binary. I will insist that people use tortoise svn, or if they
must then they can compile >there own from source.

>I just wanted to see what your thoughts were, and to see if you had any
objections or concerns.

>Anyway let me know


>Dan

Have you seen these?
http://www.syntevo.com/smartsvn/index.html

http://subcommander.tigris.org/

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