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Re: Subversion vs. Perforce

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-09-10 01:47:30 CEST

Guido van Rossum <guido@python.org> writes:

> Should I give up, or is there a good GUI for Subversion?

Alas, Subversion is only a 3-year old open source project, just barely
on the verge of 1.0. It's not yet as "polished" as much older
commercial systems. Perforce and Clearcase both have super-slick GUIs
that have been under development for many years. Subversion has a
bunch of GUIs that are 'evolving' along with Subversion, also as very
young open source projects.

Take a look at our 'links' page, it points to many GUI projects.

In my personal experience, TortoiseSVN is the most advanced
(i.e. "usable") at the moment. It's also the only GUI (that I'm aware
of) which is actually being widely deployed by people in "production"
environments. I use it myself at home.

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