Subversion (SVN) client as a windows shell extensionRead More
TortoiseSVN is a Subversion (SVN) client, implemented as a windows shell extension. It's intuitive and easy to use, since it doesn't require the Subversion command line client to run. Simply the coolest Interface to (Sub)Version Control!
- powerful commit dialog
- fast log UI
- Revision graph
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I think TortoiseSVN is the best subversion GUI tool for Windows. I just don't like very much the Explorer Integration. Please have a look to www.paludour.net/TortoiseCommander.html to increase usability and productivity.
Best! Fastest! Smooth! Great control over IT projects, versions, code updates, change requests! Suitable both for small development and large scales!
Version 1.8 is broken. Cannot perform svn update. It sits and doesn't do anything. No errors etc. Reverted back to 1.7. Now I can't use Visual SVN from Visual Studio 2012 .. :(
I don't like Subversion. Since I've moved on to Git and Mercurial, I've never looked back. But for legacy projects, I still have to use it, and then I'm glad that TortoiseSVN is still around to ease the pain. Off topic: Concerning the "one star rating" complaining about the centralized metadata: This should really be removed. Firstly, it is a change in Subversion 1.7 itself that has nothing to do with the client. And secondly, I don't see why this is a bad thing. In fact, having ".svn" directories cluttering my entire working copy was one of the things I always hated about SVN, even before I heard about DVCS alternatives. I applaud to the SVN developers that they finally got this right.