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Re: Recommendations on good GUI based subversion clients

From: Eric Hanchrow <offby1_at_blarg.net>
Date: 2006-09-23 16:50:32 CEST

>>>>> "Murli" == Murli Varadachari <murli@yahoo-inc.com> writes:

    Murli> I am looking for some good open-source tools ( web based as
    Murli> well as lnx applications) for

    Murli> (b) svn clients that can be used for standard development (
    Murli> co, ci etc)

Try KDESvn (http://www.alwins-world.de/programs/kdesvn/) -- I've tried
pretty much every GUI client out there, and it's the only one I can
think of for Linux that seems usable (i.e., is maintained, and
implements most of the svn features). I don't particularly like it,
but it seems to work.

Of esvn (http://esvn.umputun.com/) I noted "On Windows, it was crude,
awkward, amateurish, and just plain incorrect ... although I must
admit I played with r1257 from the trunk, on Linux, and it didn't seem

Now, if you ever need Windows clients, the situation is different:
TortoiseSVN (http://TortoiseSVN.tigris.org/) is _remarkably_ good.
It's reliably maintained, and brilliantly designed.

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Received on Sat Sep 23 16:53:53 2006

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