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Re: WinSVN or WinCVS equivalent for SVN ?

From: Dirk <noisyb_at_web.de>
Date: 2006-07-13 17:37:21 CEST

Samuel Langlois wrote:
>>Administrators or power users really love guis like WinCVS, so when they
>>switch from CVS to SVN they are missing lots of features, etc...
> I was in the same situation, and looked at quite a few Subversion clients.
> In no specific order: subcommander, RapidSVN, PySVN, SmartSVN, QSVN, ...
> None of them is as advanced as TortoiseSVN is, but you might have a look
> at subcommander, which is the one I eventually recommended to WinCVS lovers:
> http://subcommander.tigris.org/
> It has a nice diff tool, and a complete documentation is available.
> Hope this helps,
> Samuel

cmdline is a nice svn interface. It's available for almost every
platform and it works everywhere the same. It supports even scripting to
automate things.


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