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AnkhSVN 1.0 RC4 out

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Secondary AnkhSVN iconsAnkhSVN is a Visual Studio add-in that delivers Subversion functionality where you need it and Arild has just made available release candidate 4 of the forthcoming 1.0 version.

Basic AnkhSVN iconsThe RC4 update sees some important fixes relating to deleting items and handling some non-core project types. Having recently looked at the Visual Studio API myself I’ll take my hat off to the team on having addressed these issues.

This release also the débuts the new icon set I’ve been working on and will be the first time my pixel-plotting icon skills are to be seen by more than a handful of people. Previous icon sets have been for very specific software with limited user bases such as Monitor/RA BBS monitoring software or the ZX Spin Spectrum Emulator.

Here’s a couple of samples. Yeah the hearts for the repository and washing machine for clean-up are unusual and they are all Firefox style…

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AnkhSVN & TortoiseSVN

DamienG joins AnkhSVN team!

I’m proud to announce that I’ve joined the AnkhSVN team, albeit in a rather minor capacity.

For the last few weeks I’ve been working on a set of new icons to add a bit of sparkle to the user interface for the forthcoming AnkhSVN 1.0 release. There is a good chance they will make the next release candidate that’s on it’s way to address some issues with delete/remove functionality.

A couple of nights ago I checked in the current icon set as it stands although there is a little more work left to do. Specifically there are a couple more commands buried in the Repository and Working Copy Explorers.

Maid, spray, sparkle-folder and glowing t-shirt iconsOnce 1.0 goes gold I’ll post a couple of screen-shots and icons here. In the mean time here are a few of the rejects including my 16×12 pixel French maid. Yes, they’re Firefox style and not XP/Visual Studio style, sorry.

TortoiseSVN ignore patterns

Occasionally you may use TortoiseSVN against projects and find it trying to add all sorts of junk to your repository. This is where the global ignore pattern list fits in and rather than loose mine again I’ll post it here for future reference although it is applicable to more than just the Tortoise…

*/bin */obj */Release */Debug *.suo *.err *.log *.obj *.bin *.dll *.exe *.LOG *.user *.pdb [tT]emp [tT]empPE Ankh.Load thumbs.db

[)amien