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[Found] Know of a good GUI SVN program?

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I just created a project on Google Code and am having problems getting my source to commit. I have tried the command line and RapidSVN, but can't find how to do this. I have very little experience with SVN. I have used TortoiseSVN without problems, but that is Windows only and I am running Linux (Ubuntu). If anyone knows of a program they can recommend it would be appreciated. Thanks. PS: I don't know if this is the right forum, but it seemed to have the best fit. [Edited by - PM-Heavy on October 1, 2007 8:32:01 PM]

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The only one I know of is RapidSVN, though I never use it. On non-Windows systems I tend to just use the console-based tools, simply because on non-Windows systems I'm normally using a shell anyway :P

Alternatively, apt-cache search svn.

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You should learn the svn command line tools, though. They're very easy and very powerful. Plus, svn is fully self-documenting: type svn help for a list of available subcommands and what they do, and svn help subcommand for the parameters and instructions on how to use each subcommand.

Don't know any GUI front ends for Linux, sorry.

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