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by Jeremy Ricketts — Jun 07
I'm just blown away that it's taken THIS long for someone to try and fill the gap in the marketplace. Every time a web developer moves over to mac they ask me "So what's a good SVN client?", and I cringe.

svnX is okay, but a tad unintuitive and very lightweight (you shouldn't be afraid of the command line is using this tool). SmartSVN is a mammoth of a program and introduces far to many complexities in a non-mac UI.

Is Sofa the only Mac dev shop that's up to the task? I don't get it. Look at the plethora of open-source technologies that have wonderful options when it comes to a Mac-native GUI. Is there something about SVN that makes it difficult to develop this type of app?
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