|Support for Subversion 1.4, 1.5, 1.6 and 1.7.|
|Manage and browse SVN repositories through HTTP(S), SVN, SVN+SSH and FILE
|Detailed representation of the content of your working copy, including
synchronization with the repository.|
|Examine the history for a selected resource and find out what happened at a
|See changes that a directory has absorbed between specific revisions, focusing on
each modified file.|
|See an overview of your project to know how it evolved over time.|
changes from your working copy against the repository, using built-in diff and merge
|You can inspect the author, revision number and log message for each line from a
|Built-in text editors with syntax highlight support for different file
|Quickly resolve conflicts by visually merging file content, using the built-in
3-way compare editor.|
|Associate changes you make in the repository with specific issue IDs from your bug
|Support for managing versioned meta-data information attached to directories and
What is new in Syncro SVN Client 8.1
March 14, 2013
Version 8.1 of Syncro SVN Client offers support for committing changes to multiple
repositories at once. Also, the functionality of the commit operation was enhanced and
further improvements were added regarding the representation and deletion of working
Syncro SVN Client can be freely evaluated for 30 days and can be purchased for a
price of USD 59.
Commit to Multiple Repositories
Syncro SVN Client offers support to commit working copy items across multiple
external definitions in one single step. No more overhead to handle external modified
items one by one. Even more, for SVN 1.7 working copies, externals from the same
repository are committed together, resulting less revisions generated in the
Remove Items from Version Control
Easily remove items from version control using a dedicated option. You no
longer have to take different actions to avoid erasing files from your working copy
when needing to remove items only from the repository.
Improved Working Copy Items Deletion
Any item missing from a working copy can be deleted, including missing
directories. The Delete action is more powerful and can help you with removing working
copy items that have states raising issues and unusual behaviors.
Committing working copy changes has never been easier. The Commit operation
was improved to help you when committing new items in the repository (unversioned or
added), by automatically collecting their ancestor directories which also need to be
versioned. Also, missing directories are now deleted when committing them. Finally,
the commit dialog box was redesigned to present items in a working-copy-like style and
information more appropriate for this operation.
Improved File Handling on Case-Insensitive File Systems
File renames outside of the SVN client, on case-insensitive file systems,
are better handled regarding the Delete and Commit operations. The situations when a
file was lost after changing only letter-cases of its name were removed.
Better State Detection and Triage of Working Copy Items
The states of the working copy items are detected in a more accurate
manner. Any type of changes of a working copy item are now presented in the Incoming
mode, allowing you to easily spot all sort of changes, including the ones which cannot
be committed to the repository.
Easily Locate Files in Your File Manager
Working copy files can be easily located on your disk directly from the
Working Copy view. You don't need to identify the parent directory and search through
Improvements and Bug Fixes
This new version comes with various improvements and bug fixes regarding
opening and saving files from the repository, the check out operation and locks
handling on commit. Memory and performance issues were addressed also.