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I have SVN installed on another server and I want to access it on Solaris. Please give me idea how to do it? Is there any tools available?

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I was a RapidSVN guy before I discovered Bazaar Explorer:

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Both are great though. I'd strongly suggest learning the command-line as well once you get the time, you won't regret it!

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Bazaar Explorer has nothing to do with SVN. With CVS but not with SVN. – Oliver Friedrich Apr 19 '10 at 11:57
@BeowulfOF: how-to use bazaar on subversion projects suggests any bazaar client can handle SVN. – quack quixote Apr 19 '10 at 12:24
Yup. Thanks for the unqualified downvote @Beowulf. – John T Apr 19 '10 at 14:32

You could try RabbitVCS as it is created like RapidSVN but works for multiple VCS.

RapidSVN works a bit static for my taste. For most cases I would look after a plugin for my IDE to work with SVN.

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