Subversion

TortoiseSVN 1.9.0 released

TortoiseSVN 1.9.0 recently released, is an Apache 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. And it is free to use, even in a commercial environment. Simply the coolest Interface to (Sub)Version Control. TortoiseSVN 1.9.0 changelog TortoiseSVN 1.9.0 is a new major release, with many new features and lots of smaller improvements… Project Monitor The project monitor is a helpful tool that monitors repositories and notifies you in case there are new commits Sync/Export/Import settings All settings that are configurable in the settings dialog can be synchronized to a specific file, or manually exported/imported Explorer menu in status dialogs All dialogs that show status information like the commit dialog, check-for-modifications dialog, revert dialog, … now have an entry in the context menu named Shell Ignore option for SubWCRev SubWCRev, the command line tool to gather information about a working copy, has now an option to ignore files or whole paths Conflict resolving for images The image diff tool TortoiseIDiff can now help resolving conflicts of images as well Bookmarks in the repository browser The repository browser can now show a list of bookmarked repository URLs Add svn:externals property by right-dragging Files and folders that are dragged from one working copy to another with the right mouse button down can be automatically added as externals to the dropped working copy.

Apache Subversion 1.9.0, 1.8.14, 1.7.21 released

Apache Subversion 1.9.0, 1.8.14, 1.7.21 recently released, is a software versioning and revision control system distributed as free software under the Apache License. Developers use Subversion to maintain current and historical versions of files such as source code, web pages, and documentation. Its goal is to be a mostly compatible successor to the widely used Concurrent Versions System (CVS). Apache Subversion 1.9.0 changelog General: make all commands provide brief description in help output flush stdout before exiting to avoid information being lost Major new features: fsfs: new format 7 with more efficient on-disk layout resolve: improve interactive conflict resolution menus blame: support showing prospective as well as previous changes info: support printing of individual values with –show-item svn auth: new subcommand to manage cached credentials and certs svnserve: cache config and authz to lower resource usage and be able to serve large numbers of connections with a limited number of threads membuffer: quadruple the maximum cacheable directory size new filesystem fsx (faster, smaller) See changelog for more Apache Subversion 1.