See issue 235 for details. See issue 346 for details. See issue 311 for details. See issue 237 for details. See issue 207 for details. It can be integrated to any web-based debugging system. This is a workaround so that refreshing pressing F5 isn't needed that much.
The details of how these commands work, which include special support for loading working copy files into Visual Studio can be found in the subversion help file under the topic 'Invoking the Revision Log Dialog'. Help to spread the knowledge. I tried to checkout a new copy from the server, and it keep asking to upgrade. Our download manager distributes the original unmodified software, obtained directly from and does not modify it in any way. See issue 258 for details. See issue 292 for details. Moreover all commands are available directly from the windows explorer.
See issue 384 for details. You can now browse the local filesystem for a local repository. We would love you to test these builds, but you should be aware of the potential problems and install only on a machine where your working copies are not critical. See issue 278 for details. See issue 236 for details. See issue 324 for details. You can also choose default app for specific file type or specific protocol from other options.
The statistics are now shown in the tooltip for the info line just below the filelist. See issue 316 for details. See issue 418 for details. See issue 279 for details. See our docs, section automation for details. See issue 326 for details. See issue 290 for details.
This makes it look more consistent with the command line client. See issue 352 for details. This is a handy and fast way to see the diff. See issue 221 for details. See issue 220 for details. Have a look at our on how this works. See issue 232 for details.
This saves a lot of memory and is also a big speedup for large directories. It's intuitive and easy to use, since it doesn't require the Subversion command line client to run. See issue 302 for details. See issue 216 for details. Those who don't know that switch then didn't work.
Repository Browser An often requested feature for the Repository Browser was to list all the repositories that are offered via the directive. Bringing up the search dialog will force the search to start at the top. See issue 195 for details. This is useful in case you want an error returned in your build in case you have such unversioned items in your working copy, indicating that you may have missed to add and commit those items. This is a little tool which shows two images side-by-side, or over each other alpha blended. Trunk Nightly Builds are available too.
This represents the bleeding edge and may be linked against a newer version of the subversion libraries than is used for the current release. Welcome to the Chocolatey Community Package Repository! See issue 331 for details. Fortunately, distribution rights do not apply for internal use. Dependencies This package has no dependencies. See issue 298 for details.
As it works as a Windows shell extension, all its commands are available via the right-click command of your System. Anything in earlier versions is also in 1. See issue 285 for details. See issue 428 for details. You can now browse the local filesystem for a local repository. Several previously hidden features are now available to the user. See issue 426 for details.
See issue 313 for details. Also the log dialog is shown to help decide which revisions should be merged in. See issue 249 for details. Save revision of a file now works in the log dialog from the context menu. Columns can be reordered, hidden or shown. See issue 327 for details. See issue 305 for details.