The most popular Linux distribution for the desktop

Ubuntu Linux Journal

Subscribe to Ubuntu Linux Journal: eMailAlertsEmail Alerts newslettersWeekly Newsletters
Get Ubuntu Linux Journal: homepageHomepage mobileMobile rssRSS facebookFacebook twitterTwitter linkedinLinkedIn


Ubuntu Linux Authors: Elizabeth White, Don MacVittie, SmartBear Blog, Liz McMillan, Jnan Dash

Related Topics: Ubuntu Linux Journal

Blog Feed Post

Do you need a Subversion client?

Whether you're running Subversion yourself on your local servers or taking advantage of one of ProjectLocker's hosted Subversion subscriptions, you'll still need a suitable Subversion client to run on your workstation.  Since ProjectLocker will work with virtually any Subversion client, we're tool-agnostic.  But, we realize it's probably helpful for both our new customers and veteran clients to see what's currently available.  Below, you'll find a list of some of the most popular open source Subversion clients on the web, arranged by supported operating systems.  This list is by no means comprehensive.  In fact, if you're using an SVN client that you love, and we haven't included it here, definitely let us know and we'll add it to the list.

Cross Platform

eSvn 

  

Eclipse (with either Subclipse or  Subversive)

TkSVN 

Qct

Qsvn

 

 

Linux

kdeSVN  

NaughtySVN  

NautilusSVN

 

Windows

AnkhSVN 

TortoiseSVN 

SVNCOM

 

 

Mac OS

SCPlugin
SvnX

Read the original blog entry...

More Stories By Damon Young

Damon Young is Director of Sales at ProjectLocker.com. ProjectLocker was founded in 2003 to provide on-demand tools for software developers. Guided by the simple mission of helping companies build better software, ProjectLocker's services have expanded to include services for the complete lifecycle of software projects, from requirements documentation to build and test automation. ProjectLocker serves companies from startups to Fortune 1000 multinationals.