TortoiseSVN 1.14.1 is a superset of all previous TortoiseSVN releases, and is considered the current stable and "best" release. Anything in earlier versions is also in 1.14.1, but 1.14.1 contains features and bug fixes not present in any earlier release.
All TortoiseProc.exe command-line interface functionality (documented here: https://tortoisesvn.net/docs/n... ) works, and the resulting windows they open work as well, including all their advanced file management operations. This means someone can get any kind of SVN-related work done by integrating TortoiseSVN functionality via wine into a file manager that supports custom actions, such as Nemo, with custom actions like these: https://github.com/AlexFolland....
See the workarounds section for vital information.
What does not
Issue 1: no Windows Explorer context menu entries accessible
Issue 2: TortoiseMerge does not open
TortoiseMerge is an excellent text difference comparison tool which comes bundled and integrates well with TortoiseSVN, but it does not open due to wine's lack of implementation of Windows' ribbon UI system. There are 2 options for workarounds to allow TortoiseMerge to start:
Issue 3: Text is invisible in the editable text field in the commit menu
What was not tested
Most advanced options in the settings menu and in the registry were left at their defaults. Changing any not previously mentioned was not tested.
Using my custom Nemo actions, TortoiseSVN is completely usable for getting everything done now, including advanced merging, exporting from the repo-browser, etc. I don't need the icon overlays personally, so for me, the rating is gold instead of silver.
|May 20 2021