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.
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.
Mason Poe says
I have been using a SVN plugin for Eclipse. It works really well if Eclipse is part of your workflow.
Mason Poe says
Also, here is a plugin i just found for Finder. I haven’t used it a ton yet but something to look into.
Adam Byrtek says
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.
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.