[OS X TeX] svnX and Leopard [OT]
rolf.schmolling at alumni.TU-Berlin.de
Tue Jun 17 04:30:23 EDT 2008
1) if the svn-book is too much check out this: http://betterexplained.com/articles/a-visual-guide-to-version-control/
2) Even better: look at this site, which provides a very nice easy
step-by-step explanation how to set up a repository on one's own
computer, which (for the first time!) made it possible for me to
create and manage a svn-repository.
"Subversion for writers" at http://strangenoises.org/subversion-for-writers/
he too recommends the svn-plugin, which works allright (creation of
the repository still needs the command-line) but it tends to attach
its icons to all new folders etc. OUTSIDE my working copy…
3) Another excellent GUI-tool to work with svn-repositories is
Zigversion at http://zigversion.com/
which is free for academic and non-commercial use. Doesn't look as
polished as Versions but works well. There is a good short video to
explain how to use it.
Again for creation of repositories one would need the Terminal first.
So look at 2) and try it out and then check out the tool of your choice.
Am 17.06.2008 um 06:16 schrieb Alain Schremmer:
> On Jun 16, 2008, at 11:56 PM, Adam M. Goldstein wrote:
>> Seems to have a promising user-friendly svn-for-the-finder. It
>> works by contextual menus.
>> this one: http://subcommander.tigris.org/Releases.html
>> also looks interesting.
>> Also, the svn book, chapter 1, provides a nice account of the way
>> svn works, not referring to how you would execute any of the
>> commands, but describing the logic of the system, which I think
>> makes using any one particular front end to it a lot more sensible.
>> The book is at:
> I had wanted to spare the list from this but I goofed so now I may
> as well copy here what I wrote off list to Watson:
> A few months ago I had already spent some time on the SVN book but
> most of it went over my head. Versions wants me to start right now
> but doesn't give me any idea of what I would be getting into. (In
> fact I emailed them an hour ago about this.)
> When I set up FreeMathTexts.org, I was about at the same stage but
> there I was able to figure out that KompoZer would write the HTML
> for me. So I was able to experiment on my own machine. Then I was
> able to figure out that Cyberduck would upload it for me. But it
> took me a couple of weeks and a friend to gather the courage to do
> so. (And I didn't realize until much later that KompoZer would have
> "published" it too. Etc)
> What I need to read about is how I can set up a repository on my own
> machine to figure things out. I don't even know if it is feasible.
> But, if so, then, hopefully, I would later move the repository to
> FreeMathTexts.org but right now I don't want to risk messing it up!
> Well, if you have reading suggestions, I would appreciate them a lot.
> Grateful regards
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Rolf Schmolling M.A. Historian, Rolf.Schmolling at Alumni.TU-Berlin.DE
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