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TortoiseSVN for OS X?

 
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Hello there!

I can't seem to find the TortoiseSVN client for OS X. The reason I asking this in a Java related forum is because I need this before I can use the plug-in for Eclipse 3.1.

It seems that the only available binaries are Win32 based:

http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/download.html

Does anyone use Subversion integrated with Eclipse 3.1 on OS X?

Any suggestions, feedback, and tips are greatly appreciated!


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Hi, You don't need Tortoise to use the Eclipse plugin.

I have Mac OS X with Eclipse 3.1 running with Subclipse with no tortoise installation. Add an update site http://subclipse.tigris.org/update to Eclipse and you will get the subclipse plugin, which works standalone (and is very good).
 
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TortoiseSVN isn't made for the Mac. If you want Subversion integration with the Finder -- which is what you imply in talking about TortoiseSVN -- then you need SCPlugin. You can download this here:

SCPlugin page at tigris.org
 
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