I didn't get a mac to use Unix!
I got a mac because it was pretty! ;)
Although you're right....
I just like the GUI, I seem to do a lot of work with multiple files.
And currently a lot of it seems to be doing reverts on committed code,
but not always for the whole fileset of a revision.
Makes for a lot of typing, if not using a GUI. But I certain;y see the
benefit using the command line and learning the product properly.
It (learning command line) certainly help me with understanding what the
heck everyone else is talking about - especially while doing the
required research for obliterate.
Thanks to everyone for their suggestions.
- I will have a play with all the GUIs suggested and choose the one I
like the best - and also learn the command line!
Anthony Ettinger wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 10:46 AM, Rush Manbert <rush_at_manbert.com> wrote:
>> Beau wrote:
>> > Hi Everyone,
>> > I have made the switch to a new Mac from PC and am after some
>> > recommendations please for a SVN client.
>> > I was using Tortoise SVN and really liked the context sensitive menu
>> > and the ability to use "show log" for reverting previous commits ether
>> > wholly or in part.
>> > I am currently having a play with SynchroSVN, but I had the requirement
>> > to do a revert today and there (seemingly) wasn't a convenient way to
>> > do it - though this could well be user operation (or rather in-operation!)
>> > Anyway,
>> > Thanks in advance for any assistance you might be able to provide
>> > Warmest regards,
>> > Gavin Baumanis
>> I use SmartSVN and like it pretty much. I'm using the paid version, but
>> the free one might be all you need.
>> - Rush
> You could always learn the command line, now that you're on a Mac :)
Received on 2008-03-21 10:07:26 CET