I’ve long used Versions app to do Subversion things, because I just prefer using GUI-based source control apps. But Versions somewhat recently went v2, and I had to update my license to use it. I tried to, but there is some payment bug on their website and it was impossible.
So I was like, screw it, I’ll figure out the terminal commands to commit the changes. So I tried a
brew install subversion thing, but my terminal still didn’t understand the command
svn. I figured it was some
$PATH thing and I just couldn’t be troubled.
So I used the free trial of SmartSVN and finally got through a commit. Not a beautiful app by any means, but it worked.
Speaking of. I literally have
Tested up to: 5.3.2 in the
readme.txt but I still get this warning:
UPDATE: I FAT FINGERED THE VERSION NUMBER. I meant 5.9.3 not 5.3.2. derp.