Other command line SVN clients
- Mac OS X
- Subversion is included in Mac OS X. If you need a newer version of SVN,
install MacPorts, open a Terminal and use:
sudo port install subversion
- Debian and Ubuntu Linux
apt-get install subversion
- Depending on your preference for packages or ports, use one of the following commands:
pkg_add -r subversion
cd /usr/ports/devel/subversion && make install
Graphical clients and plugins
- If you develop in Visual Studio, AnkhSVN is a must. The new rewritten version of AnkhSVN boosts greatly improved ease of use, performance and stability.
- TortoiseSVN integrates very nicely with the Windows Explorer and has been a "must have" for a long time.
- Subclipse is a great plug-in for Eclipse (including Eclipse PDT and Zend Studio for Eclipse). It can be installed and updated from within Eclipse.
- Go to Help | Software Updates | Find and Install...
- Choose Search new features to install, Next.
- Choose New Remote Site, enter name "Subclipse" and URL "http://subclipse.tigris.org/update_1.8.x".
- Select the created "Subclipse" site and click Next.
- Follow the instructions and restart the workbench.
- Zennaware's Cornerstone is a very smooth looking and running client for Mac OS X (free 14-day trial, single user license for $59).
- SCPlugin is a new and upcoming Finder-integrated Subversion client for Mac OS X, which works much like TortoiseSVN does on Windows.