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Cornerstone Comments

Thank goodness for Cornerstone!

Comment by Devology
about Cornerstone Aug 2015

I tried a few different SVN clients on the Mac and this one won hands-down. It does everything I need, branching, logs, reversion, etc.

Occasionally I find that it doesn't pickup remote changes that someone else has done, until I move to a different project and back then manually refresh the node (sometimes I have to additionally re-check a menu item ('View - Show Repository Status') and adding SVN ignore could be a little more helpful to guide you with the syntax and copy the rule to sub-directories automatically when created.

Other than that it's a very clear user-interface.

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