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Re: Help with setup on OSX 10.4.2

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-08-07 13:35:44 CEST

On 07.08.2005, at 02:17, Scott Palmer wrote:

> I have never managed to get XCode 2.1 to even acknowledge that
> subversion is installed. :(

I just had a look at it, and it seems to work, sometimes. I couldn't
get it to work with a working copy checked out from a file-protocol
URL, but it did work from an svn+ssh URL. I didn't try svn-, http- or
https-protocol URLs. I believe the short instructions are:

- Arrange your project and import it into Subversion.
- Check out a working copy of the project.
- Open the xcodeproj file in Xcode.
- Choose Edit Project Settings from the Project menu.
- At the bottom of the General tab, choose Subversion from the SCM
System menu.
- Click the Edit button to configure the path to the svn binary. It
was set to /usr/local/subversion/bin/svn which is not right on my
system; I changed it to the output of `which svn`.
- Check the Enable SCM checkbox.

And that seemed to do it for me. It doesn't strike me as the world's
best graphical Subversion client, but it seems to be at least
serviceable. You probably also still need to commit the xcodeproj
file to the repository to save these changes. Not sure if you can do
that from within Xcode; I did it on the command line.

Relevant documentation:

Version Control in Xcode:


Appendix: Using Subversion:


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