After installing Subversion on my work machine here, I started clumsily creating a repository for one of my more complex projects using the command-line. Now I don't mind using the command line now and then, but with version control it's not exactly the best way to see which files are changed, which are new and which are old. Enter TortoiseSVN. This little beauty will sit in the Windows shell and act as a GUI for Subversion.
What this means is that I can clearly see which files I have modified since last committing changes to the repository, and performing most tasks in Subversion is as simple as right-clicking. Genius. As ever, more on Subversion and my attempt to make it work for me, later.
Jason posted this on Wednesday, August 02, 2006 at 10:57 am. Leave comment.