Package Details: rabbitvcs 0.17.1-1

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Package Base: rabbitvcs
Description: A project with the goal of developing a collection of utilities to allow for better client integration with some of the popular version control systems (core)
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Licenses: GPL
Submitter: None
Maintainer: Zeph
Last Packager: Zeph
Votes: 116
Popularity: 1.020354
First Submitted: 2009-10-06 23:38
Last Updated: 2018-12-09 19:38

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techlive commented on 2013-10-19 19:29

Please depend on [python2-dulwich][1].


Anonymous comment on 2013-09-02 14:08

Please add patch from r3219.

Anonymous comment on 2013-05-09 06:50

Versión 0.15.3 is already released

Zeph commented on 2013-01-02 23:15

Update the package, changing pysvn-py2 to python2-pysvn

TingPing commented on 2012-10-18 03:30

Updated, thanks

dapolinario commented on 2012-10-18 03:22

Update the package, changing python-simplejson to python2-simplejson and python-configobj to python2-configobj.

TingPing commented on 2012-08-21 02:07

Patch added thanks.

net147 commented on 2012-08-20 13:39

Please add patch to fix SVN 1.7 support:
svn diff -c3047 > svn17.patch

Add svn17.patch to source array.
Add the following command to build function before sed line: patch -Np0 -i "$srcdir/svn17.patch"

thomas.oster commented on 2012-07-28 09:44

I don't have time to maintain this package anymore. Feel free to adopt.

Anonymous comment on 2012-05-09 23:23

RabbitVCS is a disappointment after TortoiseSVN. I just tried to use it (via rabbitvcs-thunar) and I immediately missed two features, which I consider quite important (mandatory):
- When I updated I could not check the diffs for the updated files (use case: "what did my colleagues change?").
- Before I commit, I like to check my files one-by-one to review my changes (use case: I can verify again that I don't make some mistake, don't commit some junk in the code).

I also considered using kdesvn, but after I saw the author stopped working on it in April, I did not get too eager to try it.
And also it would pull quite a s***load of dependencies, because I am not on KDE.
I am not sure whether it would worth checking though.

So what can I do?
I thought I would attempt to use TortoiseSVN via wine. But it's not really promising as shell extensions do not work in wine:

So maybe I will run TortoiseSVN from a Win Virtual Machine, and have my linux home directory shared to the Win VM. I will need this VM anyway for certain win only programs.
Sounds like an overkill, but at least it would work for sure, I think.