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Old 10-27-2008, 09:17 AM   #1
jf.argentino
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svn and meld


Hello,

I just found that "meld" can do some svn operations... While "meld" displays local files which have change regards to the base, I'm not able to display local files which need to be updated! I can only make a "blind" update.

I'm searching in its documentation, but it is quite light, and after some google search I'm still not sure if it's possible, and if so, how to display it...

Is there anybody that use meld as a svn frontend, and who can help me?

Thanks.

P.S.: I was using kdesvn until today, but after my daily system update, it crashes now (I'm using FEDORA CORE 8), does anybody have a workaround to avoid the kdesvn crash?
 
  


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