Good subversion GUI?
work at ashleymoran.me.uk
Fri Apr 14 14:07:00 UTC 2006
On Apr 14, 2006, at 12:02 pm, Norberto Meijome wrote:
>> Thanks for the port! I actually installed the package because I
>> wanted to
>> get it working. No problems with it so far, although I've only
>> done basic
>> stuff so far.
> FWIW, i've just installed tkcvs, which supports both CVS and SVN
> (as well as
> RCS). it doesn't look as 'modern' as other apps, but it seems to
> work where
> eSVN failed (doing a simple svn copy :-( ).
> I haven't tried kdesvn - i refuse to install however many kde
> support packages
> just to run the one app .
I'm quite fond of KDE so I was hoping to get something that would
integrate in with everything else. When you've already got a 3
terabyte desktop system installed one more package won't hurt :)
Ideally I'd like to see something like TortoiseSVN. In fact, it's
possibly the only Windows app I miss. KDEsvn goes some way to
desktop integration - it's not perfect, but it's the best I've seen.
esvn wound me up - it kept forgetting what folder I was working on
for a start.
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