SVN: Any Subversion support being developed?


#1

I know git is all the rage these days. However, Subversion remains in widespread use. Are there any efforts or plans to implement a package supporting SVN?

–Per


#2

I would love support for SVN. As far as I have seen there is no SVN package or build-in support yet :frowning:


#3

I agree, this is a must! Has anyone had any luck in finding?


#4

I’ve switched SublimeText3 as my default code editor. Atom comes close, but my project is in SVN (which ST3 has good support). I’d agree this is a good package to enhance Atom.


#5

There are a couple good git packages for Atom, which one could use as a starting point to create an SVN package maybe.


#6

I’m working on atom-svn but I’m not making good progress :frowning: I’m struggling with basic stuff. It makes no sense to release it at this point.

If anyone wants to help: https://github.com/kgrossjo/atom-svn


#7

Just gonna plus-one this. Of course svn has its limits, but something like the state-highlighting would definitely be awesome.


#8

Also see this Issue:


#9

I didn’t know about Atom until last week and this Topic is quite old, but I finally found no support/package for Subversion.
Is there any update on this?

When im searching for SVN Packages I just can find:


-> But I don’t want a binary wrapper for this “simple” task

And:


-> Might works for windows but I want to use Atom on Ubuntu

Thanks


#10

What’s wrong with using a binary wrapper? If you don’t invoke the svn command then you have to reimplement it, which is quite the amount of work. Of course, there are libraries, but is there a library that can be used from node?


#11

Hi kgrossjo,

thank you for your explanation, you are right. Built-In SVN is nice to have, thats just complaining on a high comfort level, I will use this package from now on.

Thank you