All the svn clients for macosx have been pissing me off lately in one way or another (svnx, zigversion, smartsvn, subcommander.there's probably more I'm forgetting), so I've resorted to using command line svn. There's this lovely application from the same folks that did disco (whether or not that's a good thing.i'll leave up to you.), and just looking at the screenshot makes me long for it. But.it's been unavailable for download for a LONG time. It's just been stuck in beta for months and months and months.
Is this just vapourware or what? Should I just resign myself to the. clients out there for macosx? Anyone just happen to know more about when it might be available?
Open the Mac App Store to buy and download apps. SnailSVN is a TortoiseSVN-like Apache Subversion (SVN) client. A: SnailSVN Lite supports only one working copy, but SnailSVN full version supports unlimited working copies. A comparison of Subversion clients includes various aspects of computer software implementations of the client role using the client–server model of the Subversion. But also can be used as a standalone SVN client for different platforms. SmartSVN is available in three different editions: A free Foundation edition with fewer features. I've now switched to Syncro SVN Client, which is much more like TortoiseSVN, and has the facilities lacking in Versions. Syncrosvnclient.com – RenniePet Dec 22 '16 at 4:57 versionsAPP is by far the most widely used on Mac.
Click to expand.Actually, that's something I hadn't considered But that makes complete sense.waits a little longer. The thing is, as much as I like CLI, i just like having.something to look at. Does that make any sense? I'm familiar with it and I can use it, but if there's a good graphical frontend, I'll take that over CLI when I can.
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I don't really like IDE integration, so standalone clients seem to be the best idea (particularly cause I version everything i can) but they're all sort of meh. I'm hoping Versions.app will not be meh.