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RE: Downloading SVN command-line client binaries for Windows

From: Jan Hendrik <list.jan.hendrik_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2008 11:59:46 +0200

Concerning RE: Downloading SVN command-line cl
Eric Roberts wrote on 17 Oct 2008, 17:01, at least in part:

> If you are looking for the client, you want TortoiseSVN.the ones you
> listed below are the SVN Server products. I believe tortoise also has
> command line options, but I am not sure.

I think Tortoise's command line options rather aim at integrating
TSVN with other apps, e.g. adding custom toolbar buttons to an
editor, than using it from the command line. As Ryan wrote it's
foremost a GUI, tightly integrating with Windows Explorer.
Anyway, TSVN comes as installer package, makes changes to the
configuration (registry), and certainly would not run by simple
unpacking as DJH's binaries at Tigris do - and what was what the
OP wanted.

Jan Hendrik

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