Looking for a good SVN app to go with that shiny new Mac? Try Versions

Since I use a Mac for my primary development machine at work, I’ve been looking for a Subversion app with the power and ease of use of TortoiseSVN. I’ve tried a few different ones, and while they all work for the normal checkout, edit, commit workflow of subversion, I find myself going back to TortoiseSVN every now and then. A few cases for going back include viewing the history of a repository; looking for the full change history of a file, and easily browsing an entire repository. While many of the intergrated clients in Eclipse and other IDEs do this, I prefer a standalone client that doesn’t bind me to an IDE since I could be working with a number of different files in the course of a day. And I’m not really a fan of big IDEs anyways ;-).

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Added IIS FastCGI configuration to installer

After reading Joe Stanger’s post on the Go Live release of the Microsoft FastCGI Extension, I’ve added support in the installer for the now in CVS. This should help those on deploying via IIS as it is much better option than CGI ( or ISAPI *shudder* ), and the installer will provide automatic configuration of IIS for you.

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