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Excluding TortoiseSVN, I was looking for software with a similar interface to Versions, for OSX.

The only requirement is that the SVN software runs independently of Windows Explorer, preferably with its own window (ala Versions).

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RapidSVN is an alternative, but TourtiseSVN is really your best option. RapidSVN is portable however, and runs in its own GUI.

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Thank you, I'll give it a try! – dmanexe Aug 7 '10 at 19:17
The last time I used RapidSVN, repositories checked out with TortoiseSVN in Windows are incompatible, and therefore unable to be checked out with RapidSVN in Linux (some SVN version mismatch). So if you intend to use RapidSVN and TortoiseSVN both, test if they are indeed compatible. – private_meta Aug 7 '10 at 19:18

I've used SmartSVN for many years and find it very good.

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