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Joel Bennett

subversion: Subversion FAQ - 1 views

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    svn (Subversion Client) can use a proxy if you configure it in .subversion/servers
Joel Bennett

Why You Should Switch from Subversion to Git -- Carsonified - 0 views

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    "You may want to give it a second look. Not just at distributed version control systems, but at the real role of version control in your creative toolkit. In this article, I'm going to introduce you to Git, my favorite DVCS, and hopefully show you why it is not only a better version control system than Subversion, but also a revolutionary way to think about how you get your work done."
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Tailor - DarcsWiki - 1 views

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    Tailor is a tool to migrate or replicate changesets between ArX, Bazaar, Bazaar-NG, CVS, Codeville, Darcs, Git, Mercurial, Monotone, Subversion and Tla repositories.
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    Thanks for bookmarking this - if it works well, it is likely to lower the barriers to adoption of advanced source control tools like Darcs.
Joel Bennett

PowerShell for SVN - AnkhSvn - 0 views

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    The subversion repository for PowerShell scripts/snapins for SVN
Joel Bennett

Intro to Distributed Version Control (Illustrated) | BetterExplained - 0 views

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    An illustrated introduction to distributed version control
Joel Bennett

VisualSVN - Subversion plugin for Visual Studio - 0 views

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    Top notch subversion plugin for Visual Studio -- free for open source developers.
Joel Bennett

Collaboa.org - 0 views

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    Collaboa is a Ruby web app inspired by Trac ... it features SVN Repository browsing and changeset viewing, as well as "issue" and milestone management. It's not as mature as Trac, but since it's written in Ruby it has a whole 'other audience.
Joel Bennett

HomePage - SVK Wiki - 0 views

  • svk is a decentralized version control system built with the robust Subversion filesystem. It supports repository mirroring, disconnected operation, history-sensitive merging, and integrates with other version control systems, as well as popular visual merge tools.
Joel Bennett

Subversive - by Polarion - for Eclipse - 0 views

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    Subversive is a GUI SVN client which is written as a plugin to Eclipse. Really *the* choice for SVN support in Eclipse.
Joel Bennett

pysvn.tigris.org - 0 views

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    PySVN is a rich GUI client for SVN written with Python and pyTk(?) so it's cross-platform.
Joel Bennett

eSvn - 0 views

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    eSvn is another Open Source (GPL) CrossPlatform (Qt) Subversion (SVN) client ...
Joel Bennett

Svn.NET - .Net bindings for SVN - 0 views

  • This is a project to build reliable .NET bindings for the Subversion version-control system libraries. This is a continuation of the SubversionSharp library initially created by Softec and released under the LGPL.
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    Looks like a pretty good effort to create a .Net binding which would let you easily do SVN apps in .Net
Joel Bennett

rapidsvn.tigris.org - 0 views

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    RapidSVN is a gui client (like Filezilla or like WinCVS) for SVN
Joel Bennett

SmartSVN - Subversion/SVN Client - 0 views

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    Smart SVN - sadly not as good as WinCVS
Joel Bennett

TortoiseSVN | The coolest Interface to (Sub)Version Control - 0 views

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    Windows File Manager-integrating SVN client.  Quite nice.
Joel Bennett

ankhsvn.tigris.org - 0 views

  • AnkhSVN is a Visual Studio .NET addin for the Subversion version control system. It allows you to perform the most common version control operations directly from inside the VS.NET IDE. Not all the functionality provided by SVN is (yet) supported, but the majority of operations that support the daily workflow are implemented.
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    AnkhSVN supports enough of SVN in Visual Studio to get you the source control overlays in your solution explorer, which is all I *really* need. You might want to consider running it along *with* TortoiseSVN
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