Working with GUI clients and IDE integration


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Working with GUI clients and IDE integration

For the final part of our exploration of Subversion, we'll use the TortoiseSVN Shell integration tool. TortoiseSVN is free, and you can find the link to download the installer in the Links.rtf file in the Exercise File directory. Here we have it on our desktop, double-click on it. TortoiseSVN, as I said, is a shell extension, meaning there isn't going to be an icon that you run it from. It runs all of the time, anytime you have a Windows Explorer window open.

Remember, as I said, TortoiseSVN is free, but the developers like to have your appreciation and support. You can donate to them by clicking on the Donate button there. All right, we have it installed. In order to get the icons in the Shell integration fully operational, after you've installed the TortoiseSVN tool, you have to do a reboot. So let's go, go to the Computer, go here, and we'll see now that there is a nice icon right here on our project folder. With TortoiseSVN, we can perform almost all subversion functions rig...

Working with GUI clients and IDE integration
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