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Need an opinion on svn GUI's

From: Steve Martin <sm.drdc_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-01 07:08:00 CEST

Hey all..

so as a previous post mentioed, I got the unix file permission and
executable bit issues worked out, thanks to the help of the developer in our
lab who recommended subversion.

Anyways, him and I are perfectly comfortable with the command line, however,
a lot of the other developers prefer gui's... for both linux AND windows.

Personally, I kind of like SmartSVN .. the downside is having to mess around
with a jre, but, it IS a fairly simple process to get it running on any OS.

We ran into some problems with eSvn on redhat el4 and as much as I don't
think I'm a moran, I could not get rapidsvn to work properly on redhat el4

SmartSVN however, seems like it would be a good ross-platform choice to keep
the environment uniform.

Any of you folks have any experience with it? Opinions? Recommendations for
other cross platform gui's etc?
Received on Thu Jun 1 07:09:16 2006

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