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Bazaar Comments

Comment by DanMan
about Bazaar · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

If ease of use is what you're looking for - maybe because your co-workers are lazy ;) - Bazaar may very well be the best place to start. It comes with a GUI out-of-the-box, so complaints about the command-line are nullified from the get-go.

Unfortunately, IDE integration isn't quite ready yet, compared to SVN for example.

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Do you (or anyone else) know of any Bazaar clients for OS X other than the one that comes with the installer?

No, sorry. Bazaar has been kind of abandoned anyway, so you're better off using something like Mercurial in combination with TortoiseHg.