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Whether you're running Subversion yourself on your local servers or taking advantage of one of ProjectLocker's hosted Subversion subscriptions, you'll still need a suitable Subversion client to run on your workstation.  Since ProjectLocker will work with virtually any Subversion client, we're tool-agnostic.  But, we realize it's probably helpful for both our new customers and veteran clients to see what's currently available.  Below, you'll find a list of some of the most popular open source Subversion clients on the web, arranged by supported operating systems.  This list is by no means comprehensive.  In fact, if you're using an SVN client that you love, and we haven't included it here, definitely let us know and we'll add it to the list. Cross Platform    (with either Subclipse or  Subversive) Qct Qsvn     Linux      NautilusSVN   Windows   SVNCOM     Mac OSS... (more)

Upgrade to ProjectLocker Portal

We're upgrading ProjectLocker Portal this weekend from the old version of Rails we were running on to version 3.1. This is the first step in several we will make to improve the user experience and functionality of our user portal. There should be no impact to our users; however if something unanticipated goes wrong and you are unable to file a ticket in the ProjectLocker system, you can reach us via support [-at-] or via Twitter at @ProjectLockerHQ. Thanks for your continued support, and we're excited about being able to expand ProjectLocker's capabilities to better serve you. ... (more)

Subversion vs. Git

When I talk to ProjectLocker users, one of the most popular questions is whether they should use Subversion or Git. ProjectLocker supports both Subversion and Git, and you can use both types of repositories in your account if you want. At ProjectLocker, we use Git for some projects and Subversion for others. The simple answer is there’s no best answer that makes sense for all teams. You may already know the basics of these two open source systems: Subversion is a centralized version control system, while Git is a distributed version control system (DVCS). Subversion has a long h... (more)

ProjectLocker Announces Free Hosting

ProjectLocker (www.projectlocker.com), the Internet's leading provider of rapidly deployable advanced software quality tools, today announced the release of ProjectLocker Free, a new service level for its popular suite of software quality tools that it's now offering to the public at no charge to subscribers. As Runako Godfrey, CEO of ProjectLocker, states, “We feel that, especially in a business environment as challenging as today's, now is not the time for companies to sacrifice the quality of their software products. It's our hope that our new Free offering gives our clients ... (more)

Cloud IDE Roundup

The recent announcement of the open-sourcing of the Codebox IDE is a good excuse to take a break and examine some current cloud-based IDEs. If you’re new to the space, a cloud IDE lets developers code and manage their projects from a browser. This lets you keep all of your code in the cloud, and means you don’t need to have a powerful laptop to do real programming work. Using a cloud IDE lets you more easily share development environments with your team, which lets new team members become productive faster. Some cloud IDEs also allow you to connect to backend services for build/... (more)