SVN Integration offer on Visual Studio

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    SVN Integration offer on Visual Studio

    Axosoft is temporarily giving away for free their new product; a SVN integration tool for Visual Studio. I haven't used it, since I'm a longtime VisualSVN user. But I figured someone in here would like to know about it.

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    nice. I generally use a combination of ahnk svn for visual studio and tortoise svn for windows. I'll try this when I install 2010 on my work laptop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mario F. View Post
    Axosoft is temporarily giving away for free their new product; a SVN integration tool for Visual Studio. I haven't used it, since I'm a longtime VisualSVN user. But I figured someone in here would like to know about it.

    Rocket SVN for Microsoft Visual Studio: Subversion add-in for VS 2008/2010
    I know this isn't Subversion-specific (I do like SVN and host my FOSS project with it) nor doesn't it have anything to do with VisualStudio (since that would do us no good at work) but I did want to throw in something that I am starting to use a lot more due to job requirements. Visual Slickedit is the primary dev environment (mostly due to the editor and decent management of tags within it but what I am getting used to (and using a lot more) is the tight integration with CVS and I know it also has SVN integration at well. It is a little daunting to learn this but the payoff is fantastic.

    So anything that links the code/compiler you are working on with your VCS us great.
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