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What Text/HTML/PHP editors support SVN check in/out?

Asked by kullervo (785points) October 8th, 2008

I know that Coda and Dreamweaver CS4 will support Subversion/SVN so I can check in and check out of files and keep versioning easily but looking for alternatives as Coda is only on Mac and Dreamweaver CS4 is a bit pricey (esp in the UK)

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ben's avatar

Eclipse with the subclipse plugin is cross-platform, has robust svn-support, and is free/open source. You’ll want other plugins too, probably Aptana for the HTML/PHP.

Komodo will do this as well, though for svn support you need the paid version. I use openKomodo (the open source version), and do my version control from the command line, though I’m not using svn.

There’s a host of other options, too, like vim, emacs, jedit…. If you want a huge list check out

I’d say the top 3 you should play with are eclipse, komodo, and jedit.

kullervo's avatar

Thanks Ben. Unfortunately SVN is forced on me and so is the budget for the app but as long as it’s reasonable paying shouldn’t be a problem – just have to convince finance.
Will check out eclipse as had a few ppl mention that now and Komodo. Heard bad things about jedit but can’t remember what…

cwilbur's avatar

Emacs. BBEdit. Or just get something like TortoiseSVN and whatever editor you’re currently using.

kullervo's avatar

I use TortoiseSVN and it’s proving annoying so hence my search for something intergrated. I liked the way Dreamweaver let you choose to commit on save or at a click of a button.

thegodfather's avatar

Check out Panic’s Coda, it now handles SVN.

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