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I'me relatively new to development on linux, and i need svn. I've installed subversion, but command-line interface seems too creepy, so i've googled


I've installed that too, but i cant't find it anywhere. Is that supposed to integrate into context menu? If yes, why can't i see it?

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If you are just looking for svn clients, you have rabbitvcs-nautilus[nautilus plugin for VCS] and rapidsvn amongst many others – sagarchalise Sep 21 '11 at 7:42
@sagarchalise i've tried rabbitvcs, rapidsvn, subversion(console), smartsvn, and finally i decided to use 'rabbitvcs' – Ilya Smagin Sep 21 '11 at 10:35
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Got figured that out.

nautilus-script-manager enable Subversion

Will accept this answer ASAP

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Can't close a question, when possible accept your answer. – Uri Herrera Sep 20 '11 at 21:56

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