On 9/20/07, Rick McGuire <object.rexx@...> wrote:
> TortoiseSVN is what I use and I rather like it.
I usually use a command line client, but I also installed and looked at
TortoiseSVN and it looks well done.
One thing about TortoiseSVN that may be nice for you is that it has a menu
option to create a patch.
So it depends on if you work more at the command line or more with the
graphical interface. I don't think you can go wrong with TortoiseSVN.
Here is a link to the command line subversion client in a Windows installer
package if you want to try it:
Right now the latest client is:
My experience has been that the above package installs very easily and the
un-install works. Then I do everything from the command line:
At revision 774.
> On 9/20/07, Terry Constant <rtconstant@... > wrote:
> > Mark and Rick,
> > I sent this yesterday. But apparently it did not get through. I have
> > installed TortoiseSVN since then and am trying it now. Do either of you
> > recommend a better client?
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