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Which SVN client for Linux

Joe Harry
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Guys,

I would like to know which SVN client do you guys normally use on your Linux OS?


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Joe Harry
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The subversion command line or do we have any tools like Tortoise SVN?
Reiner Herman
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You can try rapidsvn from rapidsvn.tigris.org. I have never used anything but the commandline though, so do not know how good it is.
Peter Johnson
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I use either the svn command on a command line or the subclipse plugin for Eclipse.


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Joe Harry
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Is the commandline svn by default installed in Ubuntu 9.10? or do I have to install it form somewhere. I have made my external HDD a Subversion server and I have to commit / update the changes there. So suggest me how to get this done? I mean how I could first mount the HDD on my Ubuntu partition and then execute the svn command to checkin and checkout the sources.
Peter Johnson
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Did you try opening a terminal and typing "svn"? If you have not tried this, go and do it now. Ubuntu is really nice in that if the command you are trying to run is not installed, and if it recognizes the command, it will tell you how you can install the package that contains the command.
Joe Harry
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Yes, will try that today.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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