Setting up Subversion client on Mac

On October 16, 2008, in Subversion, Mac, by Anuj Gakhar

As the title says, I was trying to setup my Mac with a Subversion client. Althought I have been using Mac for a few months now, I always jump into my Windows VM to do certain things and this was one of them (purely because I like TortoiseSVN). However, today, I decided to setup Mac with a Subversion client. I know we can always use Subeclipse as an Eclipse plugin and that would serve all your requirements but I wanted something that would integrate with the Finder window. So, it turns out that I had to install the Subversion client and ScPlugin to get that working.

I found a really good step by step blog post on the very same subject and I thought I’d mention it here as a thanks to the author for taking the time to write a detailed informative post.

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4 Responses to Setting up Subversion client on Mac

  1. Raul Riera says:

    Go with a program call “Versions” is awesome

  2. Mike Valentiner says:

    In the Finder, under the Go->Connect to Server menu, you can type in the url to your svn depot and it will mount as a volume on the Desktop. You don’t get all the features of a rich svn client, but … how cool is that!

  3. Anuj Gakhar says:

    @Raul, Thanks, I will try it out. I think its still in Beta ?

    @Mike, Awesome. I didnt know that. Thanks for the tip!

  4. count_schemula says:

    @Mike – very cool, thx

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