This question is probably asked a lot, but are there any really good Subversion clients for Mac OS X? By really good, I’m thinking of something along the lines of TortoiseSVN on Windows.
I’m currently using svnX which is good, but it doesn’t support properties yet which makes it impossible to tell it to ignore directories (e.g. the build directory).
Are there any other good Subversion clients for Macs (apart from the command line of course !)?
The latest update is available for both PPC and Intel Macs. You can get details about the download here and here.
For some reason the PPC download is 65Mb whereas the Intel download is 163Mb. Good job those Intel Macs are faster.
The new Apple MacBook Pro’s come with both J2SE 1.4 and J2SE 5.0. J2SE 1.4 is set as the default. If you want to make J2SE 5.0 the default JVM, open up a terminal and type the following:
sudo mv CurrentJDK CurrentJDK.previousVersion
sudo ln -s 1.5 CurrentJDK
A few weeks ago when the new Apple iMacs were released, there was a flurry of activity in the blog space about whether the new iMacs are the perfect machine for Java or not. Since then, I’ve see articles that compare the Intel iMacs to their PowerPC brothers but not any articles comparing them from a developer point of view.
So, does anyone have one of these new machines? Do they run Java better than the PowerPC counterparts?