I have to agree with Dave. Coda is the way to go. Its slick fast, easy
to use, and you'll love building and managing your sites/projects in it.
If you do want to have something that is a dedicated / stand alone svn
app, I would recommend Versions. Its by far the best stand alone mac
svn app I've used.
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On Jan 11, 2011, at 12:36 PM, Dave Mulder wrote:
> Coda (by Panic) runs $99 and is, by far, my favorite code editor on
> any platform.
> Built-in SFTP/FTP and SVN support is a big reason why.
> No educational discount, but you can try it free for 14 days.
> On Jan 11, 2011, at 12:33 PM, Sattler, Kelly wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I'm moving from a pc platform to a mac. We using SVN for versioning
>> control and on the PC side I used TortoiseSVN - a great product and
>> I'm looking into my options for the mac and have found 4 - command
>> syntax, svnX which is open source, Versions at 39 pounds, and
>> at $59 with a possible educational discount for the last two.
>> Do any of you use any of these or a different option? Do you like
>> you're using? Any recommendations or warnings?
>> Kelly Sattler
>> MSU Libraries
>> East Lansing, MI
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