If you’ve been following our community polls, you’ll know that TortoiseSVN came top in our poll of the most popular clients for Apache Subversion users, so we’re pleased to announce that the latest version is now available through the WANdisco website.
TortoiseSVN 1.7.8 is linked against the just released Apache Subversion 1.7.6 release, which features optimized ‘svn upgrade’ performance on large working copies, and fixes for the output of ‘svn propget -R’ ‘svn proplist’ and ‘svn status,’ amongst other enhancements. TortoiseSVN 1.7.8 comes with a list of fixes, including fixes for a crash in repobrowser that could occur when refreshing, a fix for an incorrect handling of long paths, and more. The full list of changes can be found in the TortoiseSVN Changelog.
If you want to find out more about what TortoiseSVN has to offer, why not take a look at our ‘Top Ten Reasons To Try TortoiseSVN’ blog post?
Need more Subversion know-how? After getting a great response from the Apache Subversion community in 2011, Subversion Live is back for 2012, bringing the Subversion community sessions covering everything from Subversion’s future, to expert-led best practices workshops, as well as the unique opportunity to meet the core Subversion committers.