Op 20-okt-2006, om 15:38 heeft Mikel King het volgende geschreven:
> I use a combination of subversion 1.4 from the Darwin/Mac Ports
> http://www.darwinports.com and then I use Xcode 2.4 to interface
> directly with svn. It's all pretty simple to setup. I suggest you
> also look at Port Authority which is a nice wrapper for the darwin
> ports system.
Coming in a bit late, but darwinports has become MacPorts
(www.macports.org): they're migrating everything from the old site,
which can still be accessed though, for now. Don't know how this
affects Port Authority.
As for a Mac-friendly SVN client, which is what Phyrefly was asking
for originally, I haven't found one yet either. Apple (in their
article Getting control with XCode and Subversion http://
developer.apple.com/tools/subversionxcode.html) recommends WebSVN
(http://websvn.tigris.org/) but I can't figure out how to download
it. MacPorts doesn't offer a WebSVN installation.
WebSVN is a client written in PHP so it should be pretty easy to get
to work. Accessing your repository via WebDAV does show you the
latest versions of the files in a repository but not much beyond that.
Elise van Looij
Received on Fri Oct 27 13:40:15 2006