I think the scplugin project is dead. Hasn't been updated in over two years. The scplugin toolbar icon works well enough, but it apparently conflicts with other software such as Paperless. I'm sad, because this was a fantastic tool.
Does not work anymore after I upgraded from Snow Leopard to Lion.
Unfortunately, this no longer works in Snow Leopard. Apple changed up a bunch of things with the way the OS works including contextual menus. Hopefully there will be an update to this soon. I love SCPlugin.
0.8 has been released, with Snow Leopard support.
This plugin actually makes SVN reasonably easy to use. Ive tried all the other apps, and while they are probably more suited to advanced users - as an SVN noobie, this is great!
its simple, and it works well.
it runs great on a MacBook Pro 10.5.7
I'm having problems with this plugin under Leopard 10.5.2. The first time I open the contextual menu,
it works fine, however, the -second- time I open the menu, the finder Crashes.
Here are the errors from the Console:
07-03-08 16:32:33 SCPluginUIDaemon Got 1 versioned, 0 unversioned, 1 versioned dirs
07-03-08 16:32:35 ReportCrash Formulating crash report for process Finder
07-03-08 16:32:36 com.apple.launchd ([0x0-0x10e10e].com.apple.finder) Exited abnormally: Segmentation fault
07-03-08 16:32:36 ReportCrash Saved crashreport to /Users/administrator/Library/Logs/CrashReporter/Finder_2008-03-07-163233_iMac.crash using uid: 502 gid: 502, euid: 502 egid: 502
This should be sent directly to the developer via the developer's website. Some/many/most developers never check the posts here.
Ok, I will post a bugreport on the developer site.
Thank you for the quick note!
this is genius - it just works perfekt it adds it little icons so even in applications that understand a shit about svn you'll at least see what's going on. which files are checked in which not, which are altered etc.
I just love it.
The main problem I had with this program is that when svnning to a secure shell, it would deny me authorization without allowing me to enter in my username and password. I ended up having to do the first checkout and commit with terminal so that my username and password would be saved to the keychain, but after this, the plugin worked.
Note that this has been updated to version 0.7.1 (on December 20, 2007). The Macupdate download link isn't working (as of this writing), so go to the More Information link to find the download.
I had been using the 0.6 release, but removed due to some issues. In my short time with 0.7, it seems most of these issues have been resolved. 0.7 looks to be pretty close to feature parity with TortoiseSVN. The installation process has been simplified and streamlined, and overall the app seems to work quite well. I'm using on Leopard, fwiw.
This is great!
How is it great? You should post reasons why you rated it with stars, otherwise the review is not informative and useful.
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