[OS X TeX] Version controls for LaTeX book production

Simon Spiegel simon at simifilm.ch
Mon Nov 12 18:13:46 CET 2007

On 12.11.2007, at 17:22, André Bellaïche wrote:

> Just a few naïve questions. How do you use Subversion? Via command  
> line? By moving icons? For diff, do you need a large screen to  
> display the files side-by-side? Is it freeware?

svn is free and it comes by default as a command line tool. It's pre- 
installed on Leopard and there are pre-compiled binaries for earlier  
versions of OSX (for example: http://homepage.mac.com/martinott/ ).  
Once you've installed the binary you can either use as command line  
tool or you can use a GUI. svnX is free and is quite nice. There's  
also a SCPlugin (http://scplugin.tigris.org/servlets/ 
ProjectDocumentList ), a free Finder subversion plugin which makes  
subversion available as a contextual menu in the Finder. Very nice.


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