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The best subversion client for OS X is...

 
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...svn at the command line, of course. And real men only code in vi, right?

During my frequent bouts of laziness, it would be nice to have a GUI. Any suggestions?

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Just use the command line myself.

But I loathe vi.
 
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Actually, I do think the best Subversion client is the standard command line tool. I do fine with that and the Subclipse Eclipse plugin.

Oh, and while it wouldn't go as far as saying that all real men code in vi, I have to say that a lot of them do. Which cannot be said of lesser editors such as Emacs.
 
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