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Re: Subversion GUI client?

From: Branko Čibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2005-01-24 03:58:15 CET

JC Hearn wrote:

> We looked at that Tortoise, but it seems to require something more
> than FTP, since it plugs into Windows Explorer. (I guess you could
> run SAMBA or something like that to get the Apache server to appear as
> a local drive on the Windows box, but I was really hoping to avoid
> that—teaching the developers the CLI is less odious.)
>
>
>
> Subversion needs a good cross-platform GUI which doesn’t force the
> user to put the checked-out files locally, but allows them to put them
> anywhere, including the same box where the repository is.
>
>
>
> Am I the only one looking for this?
>
I think you're making assumptions that aren't quite correct.

a) Where you put Subversion working copies does not depend on whether
you're using a GUI or the command-line client.

b) Any client, GUI or otherwise, can put the working copy on any volume
that can be accessed "almost" like a local file sytem. NFS and Samba
shared fall into that category. FTP shares don't, unless you have
special software on the client that mounts an FTP directory as a remote
filesystem.

Or possibly I misunderstand completely, and what you're really looking
for is a GUI that will run on Unix under X, that your developers can use
from a Windows X server. There are sveral such GUIs around, see the
Links page on subversion.tigris.org.

-- Brane

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