I've been using the command line within OS X since most of the SVN GUI
clients I've tried haven't worked very well. So, will you go there now and
share which one's you like best? :)
On 6/1/07, Michael Noga <email@example.com> wrote:
> I second RapidSVN, it's a good cross platform SVN GUI. works well on all
three major OS's.
> Subclipse in Aptana is great but Eclipse is a lot to run just to use SVN.
> And tortoise is great but only for Windows and smaller projects, I have
had big issues with it when dealing with large repositories (a few thousand
> There are a few good ones on OS X but you said he does not use it so I
won't go there.
> Also, I would recommend you give him a short list of some basic command
line SVN commands, it will come in handy.
> Michael D. Noga
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> On 6/1/07, Darian Anthony Patrick <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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> > > hmmmmmmmmm. i use subclipse mainly, which is pretty nice and i wish it
> > > was standalone. but i have heard good things about rapidsvn.
> > > rapidsvn.tigris.org < http://rapidsvn.tigris.org>.
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> > I second subclipse. It's possible to run it semi-standalone with just
> > the RCP runtime without any development tools.
> > I believe you'll want "Platform Runtime Binary".
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