James Selvakumar’s Blog

September 19, 2009

NautilusSVN – The TortoiseSVN for Linux users

Filed under: subversion,version control — James @ 2:42 pm
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TortoiseSVN is the dominant Subversion client for Windows. While there so many Subversion clients available, what makes TortoiseSVN special is it’s smooth integration with the Windows Explorer. As a result, working with your Subversion repository becomes super easy. When I switched completely from Windows to Ubuntu Linux, TortoiseSVN is one of the few applications I missed. Not anymore!

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  1. In windows, my favorite SVN client was Tortoise SVN, the de facto standard in SVN for windows. After tireless research I finally came across the application I was dreaming for, Nautilus SVN, which is attempting to clone Tortoise SVN for Linux. java developers

    Comment by Helen Eliot — April 17, 2012 @ 3:19 pm | Reply


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