On Oct 12, 2009, at 3:28 PM, Dave Schinkel wrote:
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Popular Alternatives to TortoiseSVN for Mac, Windows, Linux, Microsoft Visual Studio, Software as a Service (SaaS) and more. Explore 15 apps like TortoiseSVN, all suggested and ranked by the AlternativeTo user community. TortoiseSVN runs on Windows Vista or higher and is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit flavours. The installer for 64-bit Windows also includes the 32-bit extension parts. Which means you don't need to install the 32-bit version separately to get the TortoiseSVN context menu and overlays in 32-bit applications. TortoiseSVN is not available for Mac but there are some alternatives that runs on macOS with similar functionality. The most popular Mac alternative is SmartSVN, which is free. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked 15 alternatives to TortoiseSVN and eight of them are available for Mac so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. SVN checkout only trunk from multiple directories. Use Subversion's Sparse Directories feature to get the basic directory structure, then update the depth of the trunk directories to flesh them out. Svn checkout -depth immediates URLTOCOMMONPARENT LOCALDIR svn update -set-depth infinity project1/trunk svn update -set-depth infinity project2/trunk Lather, rinse, repeat.
> I have no idea what finder is..can you elaborate?
I take it you're not the person who'll be using the Mac? Finder is the
name of the file browser application on Mac OS; it's the Mac
equivalent to Windows Explorer.
> What about SubWeaver? Would that be considered close to Tortoise
> type of deal? If we're using Tortoise would that be a no no to our
> designer and he should wait really until a Tortoise plug-in comes
> out for Mac instead?
I don't see how there will ever be a Tortoise plug-in for the Mac, but
others have already pointed to equivalents for the Mac.. there are
plenty of Subversion clients for the Mac, so there's no reason to use
TortoiseSVN, which is a Windows client. SubWeaver is a Subversion
plugin for Dreamweaver--if you're planning on using Subversion to
version-control a website that's being created in Dreamweaver, then
sure, give it a try. I don't have any personal experience with it.
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Manage different versions of files. Turn an empty folder into a new local repository and use it as a server to store data. Add descriptions to actions, view changes in a two-sided window and compare the original and the altered versions with all differences highlighted.
TortoiseSVN is an Apache subversion client. It allows you to control different versions of a given source code, which facilitates team work, but most importantly, it allows having access to the history of the changes you have made. Therefore, by opening two different versions of the same file side by side, you can easily notice the differences between them; and to help you do that, TortoiseSVN can highlight the modified lines in different colors. Fortunately, it is compatible with all subversion protocols, namely, http, https, svn, svn+ssh, file and svn+XXX.
The application is simple to use. As it works as a Windows shell extension, all its commands are available via the right-click command of your System. Moreover, the list of TortoiseSVN commands is contextualized to the particular situation, for example, when you press the secondary click on a folder, only those commands that are relevant to that context will appear. La perichole. Its integration with the system also allows you to monitor the status of your files straight from Windows Explorer.
TortoiseSVN has plenty of functions. It can be integrated to any web-based debugging system. Thus, you can assign issue numbers to the files, or even identify them by using different colors. What is more, you can open the list corresponding to a particular issue by simply clicking on the issue number.
Moreover, provided a spell checker has been previously installed, it can check your log messages in real time. It also has an auto-completion feature, which shows choices for the probably intended words or paths. Finally, it also supports formatting the text in your log messages.
In general, TortoiseSVN is a very useful tool for programmers. Although working with it is not difficult at all, it does require at least basic background knowledge of programming. Therefore, it is particularly intended for advanced users.
- It is relatively easy to use
- It integrates with the system shell perfectly
- It allows an efficient version control
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- It requires users to have at least basic knowledge of programming