Subversion Clients for Mac OS X

I've been using SmartSVN, but it just doesn't feel like a Mac app. Anyone have a first class Mac OS X Subversion Client that they can recommend? Has no one written the equivalent of Transmit for the SVN protocol yet?
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I don't know of one, but thought I'd chime in and say I just started using Transmit. Iwas still using Fetch, which is what I used waaaay back in the dizay, and, thanks to OS X being a superior product, SCP from the command line.

Transmit is really, really awesome and I can't believe that I didn't think to try and get an awesome file tranfer app. before.

Posted by Blogger Scotty on 5:21 AM

Someone here in the office pointed out SVNX to me, I haven't gotten a chance to take a look yet, but it looks like it might meet my needs. Holler.

Posted by Blogger Robert on 11:09 AM

I have been using a SVN plugin for Eclipse. It works really well if Eclipse is part of your workflow.

Posted by Blogger Mason Poe on 5:10 PM

Also, here is a plugin i just found for Finder. I haven't used it a ton yet but something to look into.

http://scplugin.tigris.org/screenshots.html

Posted by Blogger Mason Poe on 5:13 PM

You can also use the Subversion Scripts for Finder (made by me) to handle the most frequent operations directly from Finder, but be warned that it's just a simple wrapper, not a replacement for more advanced tools.

Posted by Blogger Adam Byrtek on 5:24 PM

I tried SvnX and it croaked out on me trying to connect to a remote repo. I've been using ZigVersion -- it's really exceptional, but I don't know if I can support the $100 asking price.

Posted by Blogger Jeffrey on 1:21 PM

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