[Bioperl-l] SVN and ...Re: Perltidy

Nathan S. Haigh n.haigh at sheffield.ac.uk
Sun Jun 17 07:45:11 EDT 2007

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rvos wrote:
> CIPRES and Bio::Phylo use svn. As for the benefits, a lot of sales talk has been expended over it already, for my own purpose I like the integration with eclipse (through subclipse plugin) and komodo, in addition to the atomic commits (so I can ctrl+c if I goof up (again)).
> For standalone use on osx I didn't use the fink one, but I forgot where I did get it from. It was very easy to set up, though. On windows there is a really nice standalone one (tortoisesvn) that integrates with the explorer so you can see on the file icons what the state of a file is. I know that there's a cvs2svn utility that converts your revision history (seems a requirement).
> Rutger

Just to clarify, subversion is available as command line for windows:

TortoiseSVN is another svn client with a GUI that integrates into the
shell. I tried setting this up a while back to use ssh (via PUTTY), but
I wasn't successful. This may have been due to me just starting out with
svn or that it was harder to setup in an earlier version of TortoiseSVN.

Does anyone have experience of setting up svn on Windows to use ssh? If
the changeover takes place, I'm happy to write some howto's for setting
up svn clients for Windows.

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