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TortoiseSVN is a Subversion (SVN) client, implemented as a windows shell extension. Which means it's available right where you need it: in the Windows file explorer.

It's intuitive and easy to use, since it doesn't require the Subversion command line client to run. Simply the coolest Interface to (Sub)Version Control!

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2019-08-21 06:05
Resenha por Especialista

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Wonderfull tool! It's intuitive, easy to use and has helped me a lot during all those years! I recommend!

2019-08-19 04:26
Resenha por NIck77

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Excellent product very stable. Use it daily.

2019-08-17 00:01
Resenha por Dartstew

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TortoiseSVN is a very solid product with a good collection of features. My dev team runs it on Windows and it's worked very well for us for a few years now. While the Windows Explorer integration works well, we've also integrated it successfully with our Oracle IDE and UltraEdit (our favorite code editor). That's how I use it the most, rather than via Windows Explorer.
Pros
* Good integration with Windows and local tools. * Windows file icons make it easy to identify code that's out of sync with the repository. * Product has been rock-solid for the basic features that we use.
Cons
* Other products that provide their own icon overlays block TortoiseSVN's icons. While this product explains how to fix it by mucking in your Windows Registry, it'd be nice if TortoiseSVN could fix that so their icons took priority. * The "experimental" Shelve feature in the 12.2 release doesn't seem to work at all for me. It just spins for a while, saying it's archiving a LOT of data, then errors out, saying it couldn't do its thing. I had high hopes for this feature.
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2019-10-15
21:52
TortoiseSVN
[SVN] Commit revision 28669
simplify my own page.
2019-10-08
15:12
TortoiseSVN
[SVN] Commit revision 28668
Make CTRL+Return to change EOL work again. This commit fixes a regression introduced in rev. 28667.
2019-10-04
01:45
TortoiseSVN
[SVN] Commit revision 28667
Use Ctrl+M to toggle the "Mark/Unmark this change".
01:13
TortoiseSVN
[SVN] Commit revision 28666
Fix blaming of utf16 encoded files.
01:13
TortoiseSVN
[SVN] Commit revision 28665
Test for end of string, not mid of string.
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