Monday, June 04, 2007

esvn just made my day

esvn just made my ubuntu experience much, much better.

It's no tortoisesvn, but it's a damned sight better than the command line.

I wonder, is it still actively developed? Trunk shows no commits newer than 2 months old.


Anonymous said...


I'm the new eSvn project maintainer like Eugene haven't enough time for maintain it.

I reopen, the eSvn project host on sourceforge and migrate all the svn repository to sourceforge too.
I rewrite a fast website ( It's plane that Eugene will redirect the old website to the new one during this night ) and I releases a new official eSvn version, the 0.6.12

Here is the changelog :

changes from 0.6.11 to 0.6.12

[*] Implement parser for .svn/enties with format > 6 (Damien Caliste).
[*] Fix missing #includes: FTBFS with GCC 4.3 ( Martin Michlmayr - )
[*] Change windows title to reflect name of workspace used (Julien Torres)
[*] Fix for avoid qmake compilation pbs.
[*] Change project maintainer



Dan said...