Makes sharing documents and code snippets between content authors or developers much easier
Syncro SVN Client is a very useful tool that makes it easier to share document and code between developers or content authors. It offers full SVN repository support: checkout, export, import, copy, mkdir, rename, branch, tag and delete. You can browse repositories, check for changes, commit changes, update your working copy, examine the revision history in tabular form or as a revision graph, view the svn annotations, integrate it with bug tracking tools. Also you can examine the changes after a synchronize operation for text files or image files in a Compare View or see the differences between two revisions of a folder. SVN conflicts appeared after an update operation can be easily solved using the visual conflicts editing feature. There is no need to install separate applications like a Subversion command line client or a file compare tool. NOTE: In order to use the trial version, you will need to request a free trial key here. Here are some key features of "Syncro SVN Client":
· Flexible Configuration of the User Interface
· The Syncro SVN Client is composed of several views allowing you to browse the Subversion repositories and your local working copies, compare and merge modifications, check the revision history. All views are dockable, meaning that you can move them to create the optimal layout for your use case.
· Subversion Repository Browsing
· You can add multiple SVN repositories to the list and browse them in parallel. In this way you can identify the resources you need to checkout, or even create branches or tags directly in the repository.
· Synchronizing with a Subversion Repository
· In the synchronize view you can see the overall status of your working copy resources when compared to the repository resources. The view focuses on incoming and outgoing changes, where incoming ones are the changes that other users have committed since you last updated your working copy. The outgoing changes are the modifications you made to your working copy as a result of editing, removing or adding resources.
· View Differences
· One of the most common requirements in project development is to see what changes have been made to the files from your working copy or to the files from the repository. You can examine these changes after a synchronize operation with the repository, by using the Open in compare editor action from the contextual menu.
· View Resource History
· In Subversion, both files and directories are versioned and have a history. If you want to examine the history for a selected resource and find out what happened at a certain revision you can use the History view.
· Minimum hardware configuration is Intel Pentium III system with 512 MB of RAM and 300 MB free disk space
· An official and stable Java VM version 1.5 or later
· 30 days trial What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Redesigned Repositories view
· The Repositories view was redesigned to display repository resources in a filesystem-like fashion, allowing easier access to Subversion relevant information, like author name, commit date, revision number and resource size.
· Repositories view workflow improvements
· The contextual menu was reorganized to provide easier access to repository operations. Also, switching to the History view will automatically display the history log of the currently selected resource.
· Optimized repository access
· Information already acquired from the repository is reused in some cases, leading to reduced network traffic and faster operation execution times.