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Re: SVN Clients

From: Eric Hanchrow <offby1_at_blarg.net>
Date: 2005-08-19 22:16:33 CEST

>>>>> "sub" == sub paul <subpaul@gmail.com> writes:

    sub> Does everyone agree and tortoiseSVN is probably the most
    sub> robust, easiest to use, and reliable svn client?

I'd say it's the most robust, easiest to use, and reliable _GUI_ svn
client (in fact, I'd go further and say it's the _only_ GUI client
worth using at all, full stop). But don't overlook the good old
command line.

    sub> now that me and everyone agrees tortoiseSVN is the best
    sub> client.. how do I get it to pop-up my diff tool when it sees
    sub> conflicts in a merge?

Not sure, but you can certainly configure Tortoise: right-click any
file at all; choose the TortoiseSVN menu entry; then from the
newly-exposed menu, choose "Settings".

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Received on Fri Aug 19 22:22:41 2005

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