Alternatives to Cornerstone for all platforms with any license

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  • RapidSVN icon

    RapidSVN

    RapidSVN is a cross-platform GUI front-end for the Subversion revision system written in C++ using the wxWidgets framework. This project also includes a Subversion...

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux

    • Discontinued The latest update was released on July 2nd, 2012.
  • WebSVN icon

    WebSVN

    WebSVN offers a view onto your subversion repositories that's been designed to reflect the Subversion methodology. You can view the log of any file or directory and...

    Free Linux

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  • ZigVersion

    ZigVersion is an easy to use interface for Subversion, a popular open source version control system. Instead of simply reproducing the command line concepts as a...

    Free Mac

    • Discontinued expired. cute jp girls instead
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    EasySVN

    EasySVN is a free and open source Subversion client that supports all the standard Subversion operations directly from within the Windows Explorer, Macintosh Finder, or...

    Free Open Source Mac Windows

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    • Discontinued No mention of EasySVN at Assembla, seems to be discontinued in favor of http://alternativeto.net/software/tortoisesvn/
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Cornerstone Comments

Thank goodness for Cornerstone!

Comment by Devology
about Cornerstone · Aug 2015 · Helpful Not helpful

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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