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I would like a good tool in Visual Studio that integrates with SVN. I used AnkhSvn about a year ago and wasn't pleased.

I think TortoiseSVN is great! I would just like to have TortoiseSVN within Visual Studio

See also http://stackoverflow.com/questions/48992/best-svn-tools

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I would like to add that AnkhSvn got a major update earlier this year. They fixed many of the anomalies that caused me to stop using the 1.x version. The current version seems very stable and works great.

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Have you looked at VisualSVN

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I concur about AnkhSvn, the version from one year ago had me uninstall it 3 days after but i have the current version since it was out and plan to keep it.

I still do all my commits in Tortoise SVN (Better diff/merge tool, better commit window) but keep AnkhSvn especially for being able to move files around in Visual Studio and have the correct SVN move command used (instead of having to select both the unversioned and the deleted file and right click to mark as a move in Tortoise SVN commit window)

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I'm currently using the free VS File Explorer plug-in which allows me to call TortoiseSVN from within Visual Studio and displays an icon-overlay for the status of each file.

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Agent SVN is a Subversion plug-in for Visual Studio.

The plug-in is an implementation of the MS-SCCI version control interface, which means it integrates directly with Visual Studio just like any source control would.

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I haven't seen any good SVN plugins for visual studio and I did manage to play around with visual svn...it was a big buggy.

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If you like TortoiseSVN then definitely check out VisualSVN. It uses Tortoise for all it's dialogs and actions but also provides very clean and easy-to-use Visual Studio integration. It's commercial but well worth the small price.

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TUsvnAddIn - Free open source TortoiseSVN addon for Visual Studio 2005/2008/2010. It gives you TortoiseSVN access within visual studio.

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TUsvnAddIn - Free open source TortoiseSVN addon for Visual Studio 2005/2008/2010. It gives you TortoiseSVN access within visual studio.

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VSTortoise is good too. (The 'blame' editor is better than the one that comes with AnkhSVN) http://vstortoise.codeplex.com/