RapidSVN software for Ubuntu

As a developer, it’s very urgent to use Subversion. I found a nice and powerful GUI tool for Ubuntu. Just install it. It’ll create a link to programming of start menu.

sudo apt-get install rapidsvn

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9 Responses to “RapidSVN software for Ubuntu”

  1. Rich Says:

    And now what? I can’t even get it to do a diff, or revert to an earlier version. What did you do?

  2. Dan S Says:

    1) Install meld: sudo aptitude install meld

    2) Set the diff application preference in Rapid SVN: View-> Preferences…-> Select the [Programs] tab -> type ‘meld’ in the Diff tool: text box.

    Now you can right click on files and choose diff to base or what not.

  3. Ankur Gandhi Says:

    Can you tell me which PHP editor is best on Ubuntu??
    I am very confused … so please tell me.
    Thanks in Advance

    Ankur Gandhi

  4. An Nguyen Says:

    Hi,
    Thank you for your post.
    It is useful for me.

    Good luck to you.

  5. roi Says:

    Thank you
    great post.

  6. techgane Says:

    Thanks for sharing a nice article

    how to install svn on ubuntu

  7. Taimoor Changaiz Says:

    Thanks bro 🙂 It worked for me. My suggestion to all is to use git instead of svn.

  8. http://www.hillsboroprobaseball.com/ Says:

    Really when someone doesn’t understand then its up to other users that they will assist, so here it takes place.


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