Collection of scripts for Finder to make the most frequent operations on Subversion repositories easier. Now you don't have to switch from Finder to another application (either Terminal or some heavy-weight GUI client) to handle common repository tasks.
Watch the screencast to see how to install and use the scripts, it's only 5 minutes long and demonstrates most of the features.
You can download the stable version or use a development code from the Subversion repository of the project
Until I found these scripts, I continued to do all my svn'ing via the Terminal. I have tried many svn utilities that purport to make svn easy to use via some sort of GUI and I haven't liked any of them. I discovered these scripts a couple of weeks ago and they make svn a joy (rather than a bit of a pain) to use. — Gary L. Gray, MacUpdate review
Command-line Subversion client is still required, and has to be installed from one of the following sources.
The scripts should be installed in the Script Menu. The following simple steps are also presented in the installation and usage screencast.
Quicksilver automatically indexes all scripts in ~/Library/Scripts/ directory. This means that without any extra configuration you can invoke Subversion Scripts on the current Finder selection. Just activate Quicksilver, type svup to find SVN Update script with intelligent search, and confirm to run default Run action.
If you would like to run the scripts even easier, you can setup keyboard shortcuts with Quicksilver triggers. Select Triggers in Quicksilver configuration and in Custom Triggers use the plus icon to setup hotkeys for the scripts.
Questions about the project can be posted on the mailing list. You can either subscribe to the list or post directly to the address firstname.lastname@example.org, without subscribing.
Feel free to use the issue tracker to report bugs and feature requests. However please note that the main assumption of the project is that it will stay AppleScript only, so many potentially useful but more complex features are out of its scope.
If you like the project, please spread the word. You can let others know that you use it at iusethis or write a review on MacUpdate or VersionTracker.
Please be aware of the fact that this collection of lightweight scripts is meant to handle the most frequent use cases well, and serves a different purpose than more complex standalone Subversion tools. Use the right tool for the job.
Finder is blocked until the running script ends, so you should take this into account when commiting or updating large amounts of data — all other operations work on local copy, so should finish fast. This issue might be addressed in the future release.
This software is licensed under the CC-GNU GPL.
Hosted at SourceForge, you can visit the project page at SourceForge.