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Perform Subversion operations from the Scripts menu
Authored by: burntout on May 21, '07 09:17:14AM
Or, even better, SCPlugin.

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Perform Subversion operations from the Scripts menu
Authored by: ccase on May 21, '07 02:19:46PM

No thanks to SCPlugin.

If any file in a directory is under source control, a very ugly badge is added to every icon, including those for files and folders that are excluded from source control. Since I have my home and documents directories under source control, this is too much visual noise for me.

I'd rather open the Terminal occassionally.



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Perform Subversion operations from the Scripts menu
Authored by: adambyrtek on May 22, '07 11:37:10AM

I'm not sure what is the status of SCPlugin right now, but last time I tried it was very unstable and most of the time just didn't work at all. This is the reason why I decided to create the collection of scripts mentioned in this hint. Of course I encourage you to try both and choose the one you like more.

Regards,
Adam



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Perform Subversion operations from the Scripts menu
Authored by: popguru on May 23, '07 09:33:54PM
The most recent version of SCPlugin has been a lot more stable for me that previous versions were. If you haven't tried it in over a few months, it might be worth a second look. Still, it's got a ways to go to catch up with TortoiseSVN--the basic commands work, but a lot of features are yet to be implemented. I've been using a mix of SCPlugin, TextMate for code, and command line svn. I'll have to try out these scripts with Quicksilver too...it's (usually) good to have options. Thanks for the scripts, Adam.

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