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Okay, so I manage several small websites. Mostly flash and html updates. However, due to all the updates over the years my computer is cluttered with files and sometimes i get lost while trying to find the correct file to use on a website i haven't updated in months.

I would like to install SVN on osx leopard, but so everything can be done locally and with a gui client. I don't need the files accessible to anyone except me.

Does anyone know any good free software, or good tutorials on setting this up on osx thats up to date?

Thank you in advance for your replies.
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http://www.lachoseinteractive.net/en...svnx/features/
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For SVN client I have tried a lot of them, but this is my favorite:

http://www.versionsapp.com/

As for installing SVN on the Mac, you can try this website:

http://www.wikihow.com/Install-Subversion-on-Mac-OS-X
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Thank you in advance for your replies.

I've seen version app before, but was hesitent to use it because they have not figured out what they are going to charge for it, and the beta has an expiring date.
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Edit: nevermind.
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I know this is an old thread, but i'm bumping it because i'm curious if there is any new SVN software that has came out since this post that is worth looking into.
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You could try RapidSVN - I used it a while back and it seemed to do the job. I don't need anything complex though for my needs (simple commit and checkout is all I really need).

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My suggestion is still my favorite even after all this time!
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I've been using Cornerstone and like it..

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