But I have worked on windows system and Windows have same tool named TortoiseSVN is there any same tool or plugin which we can use in MAC. Stack Overflow. Any replacement of TortoiseSVN for MAC OS 10.10? SCPlugin has Finder Toolbar Support. This mostly will not work. Definitely won't work on macOS 10.12. The goal of the SCPlugin project is to integrate Subversion into the Mac OS X Finder. The inspiration for this project came from the TortoiseSVN project. Narrow Results. TortoiseSVN for mac是Subversion 版本控制系统的一个免费开源客户端，这是一个开放源代码的版本控制系统，应用于软件开发比较多。.
On Oct 12, 2009, at 3:28 PM, Dave Schinkel wrote: I have no idea what finder is.can you elaborate? I take it you're not the person who'll be using the Mac? Finder is the name of the file browser application on Mac OS; it's the Mac equivalent to Windows Explorer. What about SubWeaver?
Would that be considered close to Tortoise type of deal? If we're using Tortoise would that be a no no to our designer and he should wait really until a Tortoise plug-in comes out for Mac instead? I don't see how there will ever be a Tortoise plug-in for the Mac, but others have already pointed to equivalents for the Mac. There are plenty of Subversion clients for the Mac, so there's no reason to use TortoiseSVN, which is a Windows client. SubWeaver is a Subversion plugin for Dreamweaver-if you're planning on using Subversion to version-control a website that's being created in Dreamweaver, then sure, give it a try. I don't have any personal experience with it.
To unsubscribe from this discussion, e-mail:. Andy, 14:06 น. On Mon, Oct 12, 2009 at 16:30, Dave Schinkel wrote: What about SubWeaver? Would that be considered close to Tortoise type of deal? If we're using Tortoise would that be a no no to our designer and he should wait really until a Tortoise plug-in comes out for Mac instead?
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There will never be TortoiseSVN for Mac because TortoiseSVN is integrated into Windows itself. If you want similar functionality in MacOS, you need something like SCPlugin (which was suggested earlier).
As David pointed out, Finder is roughly equivalent to Windows Explorer. If you're going to be supporting this individual (and it sounds like you will, since you're doing the legwork to find a Subversion GUI client for him), you need to have at least a little familiarity with MacOS concepts & terminology. I have no idea what you mean by 'If we're using Tortoise would that be a no no to our designer' - are you saying that your designer can only use the same tools that your Windows users are using, even if they don't exist on MacOS? - To unsubscribe from this discussion, e-mail:. Dave Schinkel, 14:55 น.
On Mon, Oct 12, 2009 at 17:55, Dave Schinkel wrote: Thanks, no I'm not a Mac guy that's for sure.I really don't want to be:) Sorry, but since you're the one making a 'recommendation' on what Mac SVN client this designer should be using, you're going to become his de facto support person. They're going to come to you for.everything. When things don't work out, it will be seen as a failure of Subversion in general, when it really isn't.
Has anyone used SubWeaver? Unless your designer is exclusively using DreamWeaver, it's not going to work out for him.
SubWeaver also requires that you already have Subversion installed on the Mac sounds like it just calls the command-line programs in the background. To unsubscribe from this discussion, e-mail:.
Click to expand.I've just tried it and it works fine here. 1) Checked out from repository with svn co svn+ssh://blah. Test 2) Created XCode project in test, added src files 3) Go to 'Configure SCM', selected 'Subversion', clicked 'Enable' 4) Dialogue pops up and asks for my passphrase 5) Xocde churns away getting info from server (SCM icon has spining wheel). When it's done, you can select a file, and get annotations, diff against a specified revision, update to specified rev etc. If you click on a file, and bring up the inspector, in the SCM pane, you can see the revision history for the file and so on.