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Subversion plugin for OS X

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For quite some time I’ve been recommending my Windows programming brethren to use TortoiseSVN as the GUI for version control with Subversion, and despite my hatred for Windows I’ve always been very jealous of their ability to have right-click access to their SVN repositories via Windows Explorer.  Ever since I’ve been using OS X, I’ve been doing things the hard way and only using the command-line Subversion tools.

But now that’s all changed!  Just yesterday I discovered SCPlugin, which gives Mac users the same right-click shell access to SVN that Windows users have.  Apparently I’m behind the times as this has been out for awhile, but it was still new and exciting for me.

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Written by Curtis Chambers

July 5, 2007 at 2:42 pm

Posted in Programming

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