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Old 02-13-2013, 01:55 AM   #1
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Looking for subversion client for LINUX?


Hi all,

I am looking for subversion client for RHEL. WHich one is the most popular and the best in the moment?
 
Old 02-13-2013, 02:21 AM   #2
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Hi,

I guess the one that is used the most (perhaps equiv to "most popular") is svn which should be in the subversion package. Which is best depends on the person and their workflow. For me, git-svn provides the best svn client.

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Old 02-13-2013, 02:59 AM   #3
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Hi,

I guess the one that is used the most (perhaps equiv to "most popular") is svn which should be in the subversion package. Which is best depends on the person and their workflow. For me, git-svn provides the best svn client.

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I use the man git-svn but I got error as follow:
Code:
No manual entry for git
 
Old 02-13-2013, 03:20 AM   #4
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How about the TortoiseSVN?
 
Old 02-13-2013, 10:41 AM   #5
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SVN is good choice.
CVS is another option but I never used it.
 
Old 02-13-2013, 11:22 AM   #6
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SVN is good choice.
CVS is another option but I never used it.
Did you read the OP's question?? They've already GOT SVN, and are looking for a client.
 
Old 02-13-2013, 11:40 AM   #7
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Did you read the OP's question?? They've already GOT SVN, and are looking for a client.
No i was not giving him advice.he has got already a good one.
I was praising about his decision. If you want me suggest him clients,ok,I have used following clients and all are good.
Smartsvn
rapid svn
Qsvn
websvn
Smartgit
 
Old 02-13-2013, 12:11 PM   #8
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No i was not giving him advice.he has got already a good one.
I was praising about his decision. If you want me suggest him clients,ok,I have used following clients and all are good.
Smartsvn
rapid svn
Qsvn
websvn
Smartgit
I wasn't asking...the OP was. Your original reply didn't address his question in any way.
 
Old 02-13-2013, 12:19 PM   #9
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I wasn't asking...the OP was. Your original reply didn't address his question in any way.
Please don't take it wrong but if youwant I can send my every comment to you first for verification. If you find it suitable then only make it visible.
 
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Please don't take it wrong but if youwant I can send my every comment to you first for verification. If you find it suitable then only make it visible.
No, I don't want that and I don't know anyone who would. Feel free to send me whatever you'd like, but I doubt I'll answer.

Read the OP's question and the answers first; if you can contribute and add to things, that's great. Restating what others have said, or ignoring the original question doesn't help.
 
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I use the man git-svn but I got error as follow:
Code:
No manual entry for git
Did you install it? (eg: yum install git-svn)

Maybe I should be explicit here and point out that git-svn is actually for using git with an subversion repo. I dislike subversion and use git for all my own projects, and as such choose to use git-svn when forced to interact with a subversion repo. Recall that you asked about the "best" client and that I stated that for *me* git-svn is best. I'm not necessarily recommending it to everyone.

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Old 02-14-2013, 04:39 AM   #12
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Hi,


Did you install it? (eg: yum install git-svn)

Maybe I should be explicit here and point out that git-svn is actually for using git with an subversion repo. I dislike subversion and use git for all my own projects, and as such choose to use git-svn when forced to interact with a subversion repo. Recall that you asked about the "best" client and that I stated that for *me* git-svn is best. I'm not necessarily recommending it to everyone.

Evo2.

Your answer seems interesting. You mean one can use subversionj as on the server site and git-snv as client?

I couldn't find out the git-svn by using yum search git-svn. Seems this package is not in the channel. I think one can download it from internet, right?


Besides, is git = git-svn?

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Your answer seems interesting. You mean one can use subversionj as on the server site and git-snv as client?
I couldn't find out the git-svn by using yum search git-svn. Seems this package is not in the channel. I think one can download it from internet, right?
Besides, is git = git-svn?
I can't speak to that, but I did forget to mention that you do have options for SVN with your file manager, too. Nautilus has NautilusSVN (http://solitarygeek.com/linux/linux-...ilussvn-ubuntu) and ksvn for Konqueror (http://kdesvn.alwins-world.de/wiki/DownLoads).
 
Old 02-15-2013, 04:14 AM   #14
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You mean one can use subversionj as on the server site and git-snv as client?
Yes.
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I couldn't find out the git-svn by using yum search git-svn. Seems this package is not in the channel. I think one can download it from internet, right?
git-svn should be packaged for/by RHEL. Have you paid your subscrition fees? If not you should consider using another distribution.

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Besides, is git = git-svn?
No.

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