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QSvn

QSvn is a cross platform GUI Subversion client for Linux, Unix, Mac OS X, and Windows.

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  •  15 Feb 2009 06:49

    Release Notes: This is a maintenance release that fixes two bugs. One bug was a crash which occurred when showing the difference between files, and the other bug was a build problem on Mac OS X.

    •  21 Dec 2008 11:04

      Release Notes: Commit messages and authors may now be changed. Some minor changes were made to make it easier to work with QSvn on a daily basis.

      •  03 Aug 2008 15:32

        Release Notes: This version supports Subversion-Merge. Accordingly, there are some minor new features, changes, and fixes.

        •  23 Jan 2008 21:46

          Release Notes: This is a maintenance release. It closes some errors found in 0.6.x.

          •  16 Nov 2007 22:04

            Release Notes: This release can handle properties, remove files from disk, filter log entries, and much more. The Windows installer is now build with Qt 4.3.2 and Subversion 1.4.5.

            Recent comments

            01 Dec 2005 05:58 oszine

            Re: Installation under Linux
            I've forgotten. Under http://qsvn.berlios.de/index.php/Setup_Development_Environment (http://qsvn.berlios.de/index.php/Setup_Development_Environment) you find a setup instruction for Qt4 on linux systems. Hope that helps you.

            Cheers,
            ar

            01 Dec 2005 05:51 oszine

            Re: Installation under Linux

            > How do you install your product?

            it is a Qt4 project. So you need to install Qt4. Then you can run
            qmake qsvn.pro && make

            > There is no INSTALL file,
            That i will change in upcoming versions.

            30 Nov 2005 13:59 rcharney

            Installation under Linux
            How do you install your product?

            It does not obey any installation conventions that I am familiar with. There is no INSTALL file, it does not use autoconf, it is not a binary or source RPM, nor is it a Debian .DEB or .PKG file.

            Unless I can install your package, it is a waste of time for both of us.

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