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RE: Re: Status of Subversion on the Mac? - SCPlugin

From: Rob Brandt <bronto_at_csd-bes.net>
Date: 2006-02-07 05:40:57 CET

Hi.

I must say that I was unaware of SCPlugin until this post.

I tried to install it and have had no luck. Doesn't come with much
documentation. I have RapidSVN already installed and working. I
installed the
OSX command line client, then SCPlugin and restarted the Mac. I went to a
already checked out working copy and right-clicked, expecting to see the svn
menus, but none appear.

Have I missed something? Using OSX 10.4

Rob

Quoting Caerwyn Pearce <Caerwyn.Pearce@ffei.co.uk>:

> Someone said...
>>> I haven't found any graphical clients I can tolerate so I just use
>>> the command line.
>>
> I guess it's a question of what 'tolerate' means but the guys who work
> on OSX here use a combination of SCPlugin and svnX.
> SCPlugin seems to slow down user interface response but it looks nice.
> Does icon overlays like Tortoise but they seem to have difficulty
> updating promptly.
> svnX is more practical, but not as pretty.
>
> Take your pick or sing it yourself, I guess is the correct answer.
>
> Regards
>
>
> Caerwyn
>
>
>
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