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Re: OSX install

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-10-08 22:56:50 CEST

On Oct 8, 2005, at 22:22, Ian Russell wrote:

> I want to install Subversion on OSX. I ran the installer, and it
> appeared to be successful, but I was never prompted to enter a a
> path or anything as per II. 2. of the instructions, so it seemed a
> little fishy.
> It installed an array of files into usr/local/, but I don't see an
> application. Any ideas?

Subversion isn't an application. It's a set of command-line
programs. /usr/local sounds like a reasonable place for them to have
been installed. To learn how to use Subversion in general, and the
command-line programs in particular, read the good book:


If you're looking for a graphical Subversion application for Mac OS
X, the Subversion team doesn't make one, but some other people have.
SvnX, iSVN, eSVN and Subcommander are some that I've heard of, though
you'll have to try them yourself to see if they're any good. You
should be able to find them at VersionTracker or MacUpdate. Also,
please check with the respective publishers of those applications for
support information should you need it; this list is best able to
answer questions related to the Subversion command-line programs and
libraries, and version control in general.

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