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Revision6812 (tree)
Zeit2006-06-16 03:45:16
Autorstefankueng

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Add headers and some style classes to our webpages.

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--- trunk/www/ExplorerIntegration.html (revision 6811)
+++ trunk/www/ExplorerIntegration.html (revision 6812)
@@ -1,47 +1,74 @@
1-<a name="contextmenus">
2-<h2>Context menus in Windows Explorer</h2>
3-<p>
4-All commands are available through the context menu in the Windows
5-Explorer. You can choose which entries TortoiseSVN should show in the
6-top context menu and which it should put in the submenu.
7-</p>
8-<p>
9-The context menu for versioned folders show the commands you can use on such folders.
10-</p>
11-<p><img alt="Context menu for versioned folders" src="images/ContextMenuDirControl.png"></p>
12-<p>
13-The context menu for unversioned folders shows commands where you can either create
14-working copies, or commands you can use with URLs.
15-</p>
16-<p><img alt="Context menu for unversioned folders" src="images/ContextMenuDirNoControl.png"></p>
17-<p>
18-Not all commands which are available for versioned folders are also available for
19-versioned files. Remember that Subversion is folder oriented unlike CVS which is more
20-file oriented.
21-</p>
22-<p><img alt="Context menu for versioned files" src="images/ContextMenuFileControl.png"></p>
23-<p>
24-The menu for unversioned files has very few entries.
25-</p>
26-<img alt="Context menu for unversioned files" src="images/ContextMenuFileNoControl.png">
1+<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
2+"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
3+<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
4+<head>
275
28-<p>
29-Since moving and copying files/folders always has to be done via the Subversion commands,
30-TortoiseSVN helps here too by adding entries to the right-drag context menu (select a file/folder,
31-right-drag it to another location and release the right mouse button):
32-</p>
33-<img alt="Right-drag context menu" src="images/RightDragMenu.png">
6+<style type="text/css"> /* <![CDATA[ */
7+ @import "/branding/css/tigris.css";
8+ @import "/branding/css/inst.css";
9+ /* ]]> */</style>
10+<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="print"
11+ href="/branding/css/print.css"/>
12+<script type="text/javascript" src="/branding/scripts/tigris.js"></script>
13+<title>Windows Explorer Integration</title>
3414
35-<a name="overlays">
36-<h2>Icon overlays</h2>
37-<p>
38-Inside the Windows Explorer, TortoiseSVN shows you the state of the files with
39-overlay icons. The following screenshot shows all available overlays, but usually you
40-will only see a few of them.
41-</p>
42-<img alt="The overlay icons" src="images/Overlays.png">
43-<p>
44-If you use the Windows Explorer in details view, TortoiseSVN can add additional
45-columns so you have all the information available:
46-</p>
47-<img alt="The revision graph" src="images/ExplorerDetailView.png">
15+</head>
16+
17+<body>
18+
19+<!-- The class h2 is included on the main div, because the HTML which the
20+ server will wrap around the page includes a <div class="h2">.
21+ Thus, we include one here so that the page looks right when previewed
22+ locally, *but* we override the border which the CSS assigns to that
23+ style, so that we do not get two borders on the live page. -->
24+<div class="h2 app" id="customcontent">
25+ <a name="contextmenus">
26+ <h2>Context menus in Windows Explorer</h2>
27+ <p>
28+ All commands are available through the context menu in the Windows
29+ Explorer. You can choose which entries TortoiseSVN should show in the
30+ top context menu and which it should put in the submenu.
31+ </p>
32+ <p>
33+ The context menu for versioned folders show the commands you can use on such folders.
34+ </p>
35+ <p><img alt="Context menu for versioned folders" src="images/ContextMenuDirControl.png"></p>
36+ <p>
37+ The context menu for unversioned folders shows commands where you can either create
38+ working copies, or commands you can use with URLs.
39+ </p>
40+ <p><img alt="Context menu for unversioned folders" src="images/ContextMenuDirNoControl.png"></p>
41+ <p>
42+ Not all commands which are available for versioned folders are also available for
43+ versioned files. Remember that Subversion is folder oriented unlike CVS which is more
44+ file oriented.
45+ </p>
46+ <p><img alt="Context menu for versioned files" src="images/ContextMenuFileControl.png"></p>
47+ <p>
48+ The menu for unversioned files has very few entries.
49+ </p>
50+ <img alt="Context menu for unversioned files" src="images/ContextMenuFileNoControl.png">
51+
52+ <p>
53+ Since moving and copying files/folders always has to be done via the Subversion commands,
54+ TortoiseSVN helps here too by adding entries to the right-drag context menu (select a file/folder,
55+ right-drag it to another location and release the right mouse button):
56+ </p>
57+ <img alt="Right-drag context menu" src="images/RightDragMenu.png">
58+
59+ <a name="overlays">
60+ <h2>Icon overlays</h2>
61+ <p>
62+ Inside the Windows Explorer, TortoiseSVN shows you the state of the files with
63+ overlay icons. The following screenshot shows all available overlays, but usually you
64+ will only see a few of them.
65+ </p>
66+ <img alt="The overlay icons" src="images/Overlays.png">
67+ <p>
68+ If you use the Windows Explorer in details view, TortoiseSVN can add additional
69+ columns so you have all the information available:
70+ </p>
71+ <img alt="The revision graph" src="images/ExplorerDetailView.png">
72+</div>
73+</body>
74+</html>
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--- trunk/www/bigpicture.html (revision 6811)
+++ trunk/www/bigpicture.html (revision 6812)
@@ -1,51 +1,78 @@
1-<a name="revisiongraph">
2-<h3>Revision graph</h3>
3-<p>
4-To see the complete history of a file or folder, you can either
5-use the log dialog or you can have TortoiseSVN generate a graph
6-for you. This graph shows all important (or all, if you really want)
7-commits of the selected file/folder.
8-</p>
9-<img alt="The revision graph" src="images/RevisionGraph.png">
10-<p>
11-You can export that graph into many different image formats like jpeg/png/bmp/...
12-or even the vector format wmf.
13-</p>
14-<p>
15-You can also select two entries and compare them. If the item is a folder, you
16-can then see all the files which have changed in between the selected revisions.
17-If the selected item is a file, you will see both versions of that file side-by-side.
18-</p>
1+<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
2+"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
3+<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
4+<head>
195
20-<a name="statistics">
21-<h3>Statistics</h3>
22-<p>
23-When you check the log messages of a file or a folder, TortoiseSVN can
24-use the information of those commits to create some statistics and graphs
25-for you:
26-</p>
27-<img alt="Statistics by author" src="images/StatsByAuthor.png">
28-<img alt="Statistics by author" src="images/StatsByAuthPie.png">
29-<img alt="Statistics by week" src="images/StatsByWeek.png">
6+<style type="text/css"> /* <![CDATA[ */
7+ @import "/branding/css/tigris.css";
8+ @import "/branding/css/inst.css";
9+ /* ]]> */</style>
10+<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="print"
11+ href="/branding/css/print.css"/>
12+<script type="text/javascript" src="/branding/scripts/tigris.js"></script>
13+<title>The Big Picture</title>
3014
31-<a name="dirdiff">
32-<h3>Comparing tags/branches</h3>
33-<p>
34-Sometimes you want to see what has changed in between two releases, or what the
35-difference is between your branch and the main developing line.
36-</p>
37-<p>
38-There are several places where you can check those differences. One is mentioned
39-above in the revision graph. Another is from the repository browser:
40-</p>
41-<img alt="repository browser" src="images/RepoBrowserCompare.png">
42-<p>
43-Simply select the two tags or branches you want to compare, and then choose "Compare revisions"
44-from the context menu. This will bring up the directory diff dialog:
45-</p>
46-<img alt="directory differences" src="images/DirectoryDiff.png">
47-<p>
48-This dialog lists all the files and folders that have changed. Doubleclicking on a file
49-will start TortoiseMerge (or whatever diff application you have configured TortoiseSVN
50-to use instead) so you can see <b>exactly</b> what has changed.
51-</p>
15+</head>
16+
17+<body>
18+
19+<!-- The class h2 is included on the main div, because the HTML which the
20+ server will wrap around the page includes a <div class="h2">.
21+ Thus, we include one here so that the page looks right when previewed
22+ locally, *but* we override the border which the CSS assigns to that
23+ style, so that we do not get two borders on the live page. -->
24+<div class="h2 app" id="customcontent">
25+ <a name="revisiongraph">
26+ <h3>Revision graph</h3>
27+ <p>
28+ To see the complete history of a file or folder, you can either
29+ use the log dialog or you can have TortoiseSVN generate a graph
30+ for you. This graph shows all important (or all, if you really want)
31+ commits of the selected file/folder.
32+ </p>
33+ <img alt="The revision graph" src="images/RevisionGraph.png">
34+ <p>
35+ You can export that graph into many different image formats like jpeg/png/bmp/...
36+ or even the vector format wmf.
37+ </p>
38+ <p>
39+ You can also select two entries and compare them. If the item is a folder, you
40+ can then see all the files which have changed in between the selected revisions.
41+ If the selected item is a file, you will see both versions of that file side-by-side.
42+ </p>
43+
44+ <a name="statistics">
45+ <h3>Statistics</h3>
46+ <p>
47+ When you check the log messages of a file or a folder, TortoiseSVN can
48+ use the information of those commits to create some statistics and graphs
49+ for you:
50+ </p>
51+ <img alt="Statistics by author" src="images/StatsByAuthor.png">
52+ <img alt="Statistics by author" src="images/StatsByAuthPie.png">
53+ <img alt="Statistics by week" src="images/StatsByWeek.png">
54+
55+ <a name="dirdiff">
56+ <h3>Comparing tags/branches</h3>
57+ <p>
58+ Sometimes you want to see what has changed in between two releases, or what the
59+ difference is between your branch and the main developing line.
60+ </p>
61+ <p>
62+ There are several places where you can check those differences. One is mentioned
63+ above in the revision graph. Another is from the repository browser:
64+ </p>
65+ <img alt="repository browser" src="images/RepoBrowserCompare.png">
66+ <p>
67+ Simply select the two tags or branches you want to compare, and then choose "Compare revisions"
68+ from the context menu. This will bring up the directory diff dialog:
69+ </p>
70+ <img alt="directory differences" src="images/DirectoryDiff.png">
71+ <p>
72+ This dialog lists all the files and folders that have changed. Doubleclicking on a file
73+ will start TortoiseMerge (or whatever diff application you have configured TortoiseSVN
74+ to use instead) so you can see <b>exactly</b> what has changed.
75+ </p>
76+</div>
77+</body>
78+</html>
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--- trunk/www/commitdialog.html (revision 6811)
+++ trunk/www/commitdialog.html (revision 6812)
@@ -1,33 +1,60 @@
1-<a name="spellchecker">
2-<h3>Spell checker</h3>
3-<p>
4-If a spell checker dictionary is installed, TortoiseSVN will use it
5-to check your log messages while you type:
6-</p>
7-<img alt="Commit dialog, spell checker" src="images/CommitDlgSpellCheck.png">
8-<p>
9-You can download the spell checker for different languages <a href="http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=138498&package_id=166583">here</a>.
10-</p>
11-<a name="autocompletion">
12-<h3>Auto completion</h3>
13-<p>
14-While you are typing your log message for the commit, TortoiseSVN shows you choices
15-for keywords or paths you might want to enter:
16-</p>
17-<img alt="Commit dialog, autocompletion" src="images/CommitDlgAutoCompletion.png">
18-<p>
19-The paths are taken from the list of modified files. The keywords are extracted
20-from the same files.
21-</p>
22-<a name="textformatting">
23-<h3>Message formatting</h3>
24-<p>
25-Log messages in Subversion are pure, simple text. But sometimes you want
26-to emphasize some words in your log messages. This is where the text formatting
27-feature of TortoiseSVN helps out:
28-</p>
29-<img alt="Commit dialog, text formatting" src="images/CommitDlgTextFormatting.png">
30-<p>
31-Text in between '*' chars is made bold, in between '_' chars underlined and in between '^' chars made italic.
32-Of course, the same formatting happens later in the log dialog.
33-</p>
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1+<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
2+"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
3+<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
4+<head>
5+
6+<style type="text/css"> /* <![CDATA[ */
7+ @import "/branding/css/tigris.css";
8+ @import "/branding/css/inst.css";
9+ /* ]]> */</style>
10+<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="print"
11+ href="/branding/css/print.css"/>
12+<script type="text/javascript" src="/branding/scripts/tigris.js"></script>
13+<title>Commit Dialog</title>
14+
15+</head>
16+
17+<body>
18+
19+<!-- The class h2 is included on the main div, because the HTML which the
20+ server will wrap around the page includes a <div class="h2">.
21+ Thus, we include one here so that the page looks right when previewed
22+ locally, *but* we override the border which the CSS assigns to that
23+ style, so that we do not get two borders on the live page. -->
24+<div class="h2 app" id="customcontent">
25+ <a name="spellchecker">
26+ <h3>Spell checker</h3>
27+ <p>
28+ If a spell checker dictionary is installed, TortoiseSVN will use it
29+ to check your log messages while you type:
30+ </p>
31+ <img alt="Commit dialog, spell checker" src="images/CommitDlgSpellCheck.png">
32+ <p>
33+ You can download the spell checker for different languages <a href="http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=138498&package_id=166583">here</a>.
34+ </p>
35+ <a name="autocompletion">
36+ <h3>Auto completion</h3>
37+ <p>
38+ While you are typing your log message for the commit, TortoiseSVN shows you choices
39+ for keywords or paths you might want to enter:
40+ </p>
41+ <img alt="Commit dialog, autocompletion" src="images/CommitDlgAutoCompletion.png">
42+ <p>
43+ The paths are taken from the list of modified files. The keywords are extracted
44+ from the same files.
45+ </p>
46+ <a name="textformatting">
47+ <h3>Message formatting</h3>
48+ <p>
49+ Log messages in Subversion are pure, simple text. But sometimes you want
50+ to emphasize some words in your log messages. This is where the text formatting
51+ feature of TortoiseSVN helps out:
52+ </p>
53+ <img alt="Commit dialog, text formatting" src="images/CommitDlgTextFormatting.png">
54+ <p>
55+ Text in between '*' chars is made bold, in between '_' chars underlined and in between '^' chars made italic.
56+ Of course, the same formatting happens later in the log dialog.
57+ </p>
58+</div>
59+</body>
60+</html>
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--- trunk/www/compatibility.html (revision 6811)
+++ trunk/www/compatibility.html (revision 6812)
@@ -1,81 +1,101 @@
1-<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
2-<html>
1+<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
2+"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
3+<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
34 <head>
4-<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1">
5-<title>TortoiseSVN</title>
6-<link rel="stylesheet" href="styles_html.css" type="text/css">
7-</head>
8-<center>
9- <h2>Compatibility</h2>
10-</center>
11-<p>
12-The following matrix shows which versions of Subversion clients and servers
13-can work together:
14-</p>
155
16-<div>
17-<div class="table">
18-<p>Compatibility</p>
19-<table>
20-<thead>
21-<tr>
22- <th></th>
23- <th>Client 1.0.x</th>
24- <th>Client 1.1.x</th>
25- <th>Client 1.2.x</th>
26- <th>Client 1.3.x</th>
27-</tr>
28-</thead>
6+<style type="text/css"> /* <![CDATA[ */
7+ @import "/branding/css/tigris.css";
8+ @import "/branding/css/inst.css";
9+ /* ]]> */</style>
10+<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="print"
11+ href="/branding/css/print.css"/>
12+<script type="text/javascript" src="/branding/scripts/tigris.js"></script>
13+<title>Compatibility</title>
2914
30-<tbody>
31-<tr>
32- <td>Server 1.0.x</a></td>
33- <td align="center">yes</td>
34- <td align="center">yes (1)</td>
35- <td align="center">yes (1)</td>
36- <td align="center">yes (1)</td>
37-</tr>
38-<tr>
39- <td>Server 1.1.x</a></td>
40- <td align="center">yes</td>
41- <td align="center">yes</td>
42- <td align="center">yes(1)</td>
43- <td align="center">yes(1)</td>
44-</tr>
45-<tr>
46- <td>Server 1.2.x</a></td>
47- <td align="center">yes</td>
48- <td align="center">yes</td>
49- <td align="center">yes</td>
50- <td align="center">yes(1)</td>
51-</tr>
52-<tr>
53- <td>Server 1.3.x</a></td>
54- <td align="center">yes</td>
55- <td align="center">yes</td>
56- <td align="center">yes</td>
57- <td align="center">yes</td>
58-</tr>
15+</head>
5916
60-</tbody>
61-</table>
17+<body>
6218
19+<!-- The class h2 is included on the main div, because the HTML which the
20+ server will wrap around the page includes a <div class="h2">.
21+ Thus, we include one here so that the page looks right when previewed
22+ locally, *but* we override the border which the CSS assigns to that
23+ style, so that we do not get two borders on the live page. -->
24+<div class="h2 app" id="customcontent">
25+ <center>
26+ <h2>Compatibility</h2>
27+ </center>
28+ <p>
29+ The following matrix shows which versions of Subversion clients and servers
30+ can work together:
31+ </p>
32+
33+ <div>
34+ <div class="table">
35+ <p>Compatibility</p>
36+ <table>
37+ <thead>
38+ <tr>
39+ <th></th>
40+ <th>Client 1.0.x</th>
41+ <th>Client 1.1.x</th>
42+ <th>Client 1.2.x</th>
43+ <th>Client 1.3.x</th>
44+ </tr>
45+ </thead>
46+
47+ <tbody>
48+ <tr>
49+ <td>Server 1.0.x</a></td>
50+ <td align="center">yes</td>
51+ <td align="center">yes (1)</td>
52+ <td align="center">yes (1)</td>
53+ <td align="center">yes (1)</td>
54+ </tr>
55+ <tr>
56+ <td>Server 1.1.x</a></td>
57+ <td align="center">yes</td>
58+ <td align="center">yes</td>
59+ <td align="center">yes(1)</td>
60+ <td align="center">yes(1)</td>
61+ </tr>
62+ <tr>
63+ <td>Server 1.2.x</a></td>
64+ <td align="center">yes</td>
65+ <td align="center">yes</td>
66+ <td align="center">yes</td>
67+ <td align="center">yes(1)</td>
68+ </tr>
69+ <tr>
70+ <td>Server 1.3.x</a></td>
71+ <td align="center">yes</td>
72+ <td align="center">yes</td>
73+ <td align="center">yes</td>
74+ <td align="center">yes</td>
75+ </tr>
76+
77+ </tbody>
78+ </table>
79+
80+ </div>
81+ </div>
82+
83+ <br />
84+ <br />
85+ <br />
86+ <p>(1) There may be some new functions which the server doesn't have yet but the
87+ client has. Then the server will return an error message telling you that the
88+ function isn't available.
89+ </p>
90+ <br />
91+
92+ <div class="alert" style="clear:both">
93+
94+ <p>
95+ Note: a repository dump/load cycle on the server won't be necessary until version
96+ 2.0.x comes out!
97+ </p>
98+ </div>
6399 </div>
64-</div>
65-
66-<br />
67-<br />
68-<br />
69-<p>(1) There may be some new functions which the server doesn't have yet but the
70-client has. Then the server will return an error message telling you that the
71-function isn't available.
72-</p>
73-<br />
74-
75-<div class="alert" style="clear:both">
76-
77-<p>
78-Note: a repository dump/load cycle on the server won't be necessary until version
79-2.0.x comes out!
80-</p>
81-</div>
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100+</body>
101+</html>
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--- trunk/www/contributors.html (revision 6811)
+++ trunk/www/contributors.html (revision 6812)
@@ -1,220 +1,236 @@
1-<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
2-<html>
1+<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
2+"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
3+<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
4+<head>
35
4-<head>
5- <title>TortoiseSVN Contributors</title>
6- <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html">
7- <link rel="stylesheet" href="styles_html.css" type="text/css">
6+<style type="text/css"> /* <![CDATA[ */
7+ @import "/branding/css/tigris.css";
8+ @import "/branding/css/inst.css";
9+ /* ]]> */</style>
10+<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="print"
11+ href="/branding/css/print.css"/>
12+<script type="text/javascript" src="/branding/scripts/tigris.js"></script>
13+<title>Contributors</title>
14+
815 </head>
916
1017 <body>
1118
12-<h2>TortoiseSVN Contributors</h2>
13-
14-<h3>Project Owners</h3>
15-
16-<div class="table">
17-<table summary="Project Owners" width="80%">
18-<thead>
19-<tr>
20-<th width="20%">Who?</th>
21-<th width="20%">Where?</th>
22-<th width="60%">What?</th>
23-</tr>
24-</thead>
25-<tbody>
26-<tr>
27-<td>Stefan K&uuml;ng</td>
28-<td>Switzerland</td>
29-<td>Main programmer, does most of the work :)</td>
30-</tr>
31-
32-<tr>
33-<td>L&uuml;bbe Onken</td>
34-<td>Germany</td>
35-<td>Maintains the Websites (<a href="http://www.tortoisesvn.org/">Tigris</a>, <a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net">Sourceforge</a>),
36-<a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/?q=faq">FAQ</a> and
37-<a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/?q=support">Docs</a>.
38-Takes care of the translations.
39-Never ending source of new ideas and main bug hunter. Icons and Logo</td>
40-</tr>
41-
42-<tr>
43-<td>Tim Kemp</td>
44-<td>United Kingdom</td>
45-<td>Project founder. Starting work on TortoiseSVN. Owner of the domain tortoisesvn.org</td>
46-</tr>
47-
48-</tbody>
49-</table>
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24+<div class="h2 app" id="customcontent">
25+ <h2>TortoiseSVN Contributors</h2>
26+
27+ <h3>Project Owners</h3>
28+
29+ <div class="table">
30+ <table summary="Project Owners" width="80%">
31+ <thead>
32+ <tr>
33+ <th width="20%">Who?</th>
34+ <th width="20%">Where?</th>
35+ <th width="60%">What?</th>
36+ </tr>
37+ </thead>
38+ <tbody>
39+ <tr>
40+ <td>Stefan K&uuml;ng</td>
41+ <td>Switzerland</td>
42+ <td>Main programmer, does most of the work :)</td>
43+ </tr>
44+
45+ <tr>
46+ <td>L&uuml;bbe Onken</td>
47+ <td>Germany</td>
48+ <td>Maintains the Websites (<a href="http://www.tortoisesvn.org/">Tigris</a>, <a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net">Sourceforge</a>),
49+ <a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/?q=faq">FAQ</a> and
50+ <a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/?q=support">Docs</a>.
51+ Takes care of the translations.
52+ Never ending source of new ideas and main bug hunter. Icons and Logo</td>
53+ </tr>
54+
55+ <tr>
56+ <td>Tim Kemp</td>
57+ <td>United Kingdom</td>
58+ <td>Project founder. Starting work on TortoiseSVN. Owner of the domain tortoisesvn.org</td>
59+ </tr>
60+
61+ </tbody>
62+ </table>
63+ </div>
64+
65+ <div style="clear:both">
66+ <h3>People who have worked on the project</h3>
67+ <ul>
68+ <li>Jacques-Ange Albertini</li>
69+ <li>Jeff Apple</li>
70+ <li>Vladimir Berezniker</li>
71+ <li>Molle Bestefich</li>
72+ <li>Jeremy Bettis</li>
73+ <li>Sven Brueggemann</li>
74+ <li>Alexey Chumakov</li>
75+ <li><b>Will Dean</b></li>
76+ <li>Michael Dietschi</li>
77+ <li>Matt Doran</li>
78+ <li>Martin Eckardt</li>
79+ <li>Thomas Epting</li>
80+ <li>Jon Foster</li>
81+ <li>Josha Foust</li>
82+ <li>Bob Freeze</li>
83+ <li>Stefan Fuhrmann</li>
84+ <li>Thomas Girard</li>
85+ <li>Russell Hind</li>
86+ <li>Jeoff Hines</li>
87+ <li>Stefan Hoffmeister</li>
88+ <li>Toby Johnson</li>
89+ <li>Kirk Lapray</li>
90+ <li><b>Simon Large</b></li>
91+ <li>Nicolas Lehuen</li>
92+ <li>Bodo Maass</li>
93+ <li>J&ouml;rg Mann</li>
94+ <li>Ian McLean</li>
95+ <li>Manuel Montoro</li>
96+ <li>Peter Mounce</li>
97+ <li>Rainer M&uuml;ller</li>
98+ <li>Boris Musa</li>
99+ <li>Nicklas Norling</li>
100+ <li>Davide Orlandi</li>
101+ <li>Mark Phippard</li>
102+ <li>Dmitriy O Popkov</li>
103+ <li>Damian Powell</li>
104+ <li>Milen A Radev</li>
105+ <li>Christian Richardt</li>
106+ <li>Tobias Sch&auml;fer</li>
107+ <li>Andrey Shvetsov</li>
108+ <li>Hans-Emil Skogh</li>
109+ <li>Eric J. Smith</li>
110+ <li>Douglas Stonham</li>
111+ <li>Norbert Unterberg</li>
112+ <li>Valik</li>
113+ <li>George Wieggers</li>
114+ <li>Leon Zandman</li>
115+ </ul>
116+ </div>
117+
118+ <div style="clear:both">
119+ <h3>Translators</h3>
120+ <div class="table">
121+ <table summary="Translators" width="80%">
122+ <thead>
123+ <tr>
124+ <th width="20%">Language</th>
125+ <th width="80%">Who worked on it</th>
126+ </tr>
127+ </thead>
128+ <tbody>
129+ <tr>
130+ <td>Bosnian/Serbo-Croatian</td>
131+ <td>Boris Musa</td>
132+ </tr>
133+ <tr>
134+ <td>Brazilian Portuguese</td>
135+ <td><a href="http://www.crab.ufc.br">CRAb Group</a>, Humberto Osório, Guilherme Cantisano, Juliano Ravasi Ferraz</td>
136+ </tr>
137+ <tr>
138+ <td>Bulgarian</td>
139+ <td>Milen A. Radev</td>
140+ </tr>
141+ <tr>
142+ <td>Chinese (traditional)</td>
143+ <td>Cecil Sheng</td>
144+ </tr>
145+ <tr>
146+ <td>Chinese (simplified)</td>
147+ <td>Cecil Sheng, Ken Chew, Cobra Net, Xingyu Wang, Lixinfeng</td>
148+ </tr>
149+ <tr>
150+ <td>Croatian</td>
151+ <td>Mario Saric</td>
152+ </tr>
153+ <tr>
154+ <td>Czech</td>
155+ <td>Radek Svarz</td>
156+ </tr>
157+ <tr>
158+ <td>Danish</td>
159+ <td>Jan Normann Nielsen, Gunther Strube</td>
160+ </tr>
161+ <tr>
162+ <td>Dutch</td>
163+ <td>Jean-Marc van Leerdam, Yves Reynhout</td>
164+ </tr>
165+ <tr>
166+ <td>Finnish</td>
167+ <td>Pekka Järvinen</td>
168+ </tr>
169+ <tr>
170+ <tr>
171+ <td>French</td>
172+ <td>Olivier Booklage, Philippe Torche, Jean-Christophe Gigogne</td>
173+ </tr>
174+ <tr>
175+ <td>German</td>
176+ <td>L&uuml;bbe Onken</td>
177+ </tr>
178+ <tr>
179+ <td>Georgian</td>
180+ <td>Gia Shervashidze</td>
181+ </tr>
182+ <tr>
183+ <td>Hungarian</td>
184+ <td>Szente-Varga Bálint</td>
185+ </tr>
186+ <tr>
187+ <td>Italian</td>
188+ <td>Luca Berti</td>
189+ </tr>
190+ <tr>
191+ <td>Japanese</td>
192+ <td>Daisuke Deguchi</td>
193+ </tr>
194+ <tr>
195+ <td>Korean</td>
196+ <td>Hojin Choi, Jae-Hong Lee</td>
197+ </tr>
198+ <tr>
199+ <td>Norwegian</td>
200+ <td>Jostein Andersen</td>
201+ </tr>
202+ <tr>
203+ <td>Polish</td>
204+ <td>Michal Mielniczuk, Andrzej Rusin, Piotr Kontek</td>
205+ </tr>
206+ <tr>
207+ <td>Russian</td>
208+ <td>Dzmitry Lazerka, Dimitry Mardiyan, Shura Zam, Alexander Leschinsky, Stanislav Petrakov</td>
209+ </tr>
210+ <tr>
211+ <td>Slovenian</td>
212+ <td>Goran Kavrecic</td>
213+ </tr>
214+ <tr>
215+ <td>Spanish</td>
216+ <td>Fernando P. Nájera Cano, Antonio Romero Lopez</td>
217+ </tr>
218+ <tr>
219+ <td>Swedish</td>
220+ <td>Johan Stenqvist, Johan Appelgren</td>
221+ </tr>
222+ </tbody>
223+ </table>
224+ </div>
225+ </div>
226+
227+ <div style="clear:both">
228+ <p>If you like to contribute to TortoiseSVN too or like to make the developer(s) happy then
229+ You can either sending in patches and play an active role in development
230+ or you can send us some presents. Take a look at the <a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/donate.html">Donations</a> Page.</p>
231+ </div>
232+ </body>
233+ </html>
50234 </div>
51-
52-<div style="clear:both">
53-<h3>People who have worked on the project</h3>
54-<ul>
55-<li>Jacques-Ange Albertini</li>
56-<li>Jeff Apple</li>
57-<li>Vladimir Berezniker</li>
58-<li>Molle Bestefich</li>
59-<li>Jeremy Bettis</li>
60-<li>Sven Brueggemann</li>
61-<li>Alexey Chumakov</li>
62-<li><b>Will Dean</b></li>
63-<li>Michael Dietschi</li>
64-<li>Matt Doran</li>
65-<li>Martin Eckardt</li>
66-<li>Thomas Epting</li>
67-<li>Jon Foster</li>
68-<li>Josha Foust</li>
69-<li>Bob Freeze</li>
70-<li>Stefan Fuhrmann</li>
71-<li>Thomas Girard</li>
72-<li>Russell Hind</li>
73-<li>Jeoff Hines</li>
74-<li>Stefan Hoffmeister</li>
75-<li>Toby Johnson</li>
76-<li>Kirk Lapray</li>
77-<li><b>Simon Large</b></li>
78-<li>Nicolas Lehuen</li>
79-<li>Bodo Maass</li>
80-<li>J&ouml;rg Mann</li>
81-<li>Ian McLean</li>
82-<li>Manuel Montoro</li>
83-<li>Peter Mounce</li>
84-<li>Rainer M&uuml;ller</li>
85-<li>Boris Musa</li>
86-<li>Nicklas Norling</li>
87-<li>Davide Orlandi</li>
88-<li>Mark Phippard</li>
89-<li>Dmitriy O Popkov</li>
90-<li>Damian Powell</li>
91-<li>Milen A Radev</li>
92-<li>Christian Richardt</li>
93-<li>Tobias Sch&auml;fer</li>
94-<li>Andrey Shvetsov</li>
95-<li>Hans-Emil Skogh</li>
96-<li>Eric J. Smith</li>
97-<li>Douglas Stonham</li>
98-<li>Norbert Unterberg</li>
99-<li>Valik</li>
100-<li>George Wieggers</li>
101-<li>Leon Zandman</li>
102-</ul>
103-</div>
104-
105-<div style="clear:both">
106-<h3>Translators</h3>
107-<div class="table">
108-<table summary="Translators" width="80%">
109-<thead>
110-<tr>
111-<th width="20%">Language</th>
112-<th width="80%">Who worked on it</th>
113-</tr>
114-</thead>
115-<tbody>
116-<tr>
117- <td>Bosnian/Serbo-Croatian</td>
118- <td>Boris Musa</td>
119-</tr>
120-<tr>
121- <td>Brazilian Portuguese</td>
122- <td><a href="http://www.crab.ufc.br">CRAb Group</a>, Humberto Osório, Guilherme Cantisano, Juliano Ravasi Ferraz</td>
123-</tr>
124-<tr>
125- <td>Bulgarian</td>
126- <td>Milen A. Radev</td>
127-</tr>
128-<tr>
129- <td>Chinese (traditional)</td>
130- <td>Cecil Sheng</td>
131-</tr>
132-<tr>
133- <td>Chinese (simplified)</td>
134- <td>Cecil Sheng, Ken Chew, Cobra Net, Xingyu Wang, Lixinfeng</td>
135-</tr>
136-<tr>
137- <td>Croatian</td>
138- <td>Mario Saric</td>
139-</tr>
140-<tr>
141- <td>Czech</td>
142- <td>Radek Svarz</td>
143-</tr>
144-<tr>
145- <td>Danish</td>
146- <td>Jan Normann Nielsen, Gunther Strube</td>
147-</tr>
148-<tr>
149- <td>Dutch</td>
150- <td>Jean-Marc van Leerdam, Yves Reynhout</td>
151-</tr>
152-<tr>
153- <td>Finnish</td>
154- <td>Pekka Järvinen</td>
155-</tr>
156-<tr>
157-<tr>
158- <td>French</td>
159- <td>Olivier Booklage, Philippe Torche, Jean-Christophe Gigogne</td>
160-</tr>
161-<tr>
162- <td>German</td>
163- <td>L&uuml;bbe Onken</td>
164-</tr>
165-<tr>
166- <td>Georgian</td>
167- <td>Gia Shervashidze</td>
168-</tr>
169-<tr>
170- <td>Hungarian</td>
171- <td>Szente-Varga Bálint</td>
172-</tr>
173-<tr>
174- <td>Italian</td>
175- <td>Luca Berti</td>
176-</tr>
177-<tr>
178- <td>Japanese</td>
179- <td>Daisuke Deguchi</td>
180-</tr>
181-<tr>
182- <td>Korean</td>
183- <td>Hojin Choi, Jae-Hong Lee</td>
184-</tr>
185-<tr>
186- <td>Norwegian</td>
187- <td>Jostein Andersen</td>
188-</tr>
189-<tr>
190- <td>Polish</td>
191- <td>Michal Mielniczuk, Andrzej Rusin, Piotr Kontek</td>
192-</tr>
193-<tr>
194- <td>Russian</td>
195- <td>Dzmitry Lazerka, Dimitry Mardiyan, Shura Zam, Alexander Leschinsky, Stanislav Petrakov</td>
196-</tr>
197-<tr>
198- <td>Slovenian</td>
199- <td>Goran Kavrecic</td>
200-</tr>
201-<tr>
202- <td>Spanish</td>
203- <td>Fernando P. Nájera Cano, Antonio Romero Lopez</td>
204-</tr>
205-<tr>
206- <td>Swedish</td>
207- <td>Johan Stenqvist, Johan Appelgren</td>
208-</tr>
209-</tbody>
210-</table>
211-</div>
212-</div>
213-
214-<div style="clear:both">
215-<p>If you like to contribute to TortoiseSVN too or like to make the developer(s) happy then
216-You can either sending in patches and play an active role in development
217-or you can send us some presents. Take a look at the <a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/donate.html">Donations</a> Page.</p>
218-</div>
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1525
16-<p>If you like to contribute to TortoiseSVN too or like to make the developer(s)
17-happy then you can send us some presents.</p>
18-<p>While working on TortoiseSVN we love to listen to music. And since we work
19-many hours on the project we need a lot of music. Therefore we have set up some
20-wish-lists with our favourite music CD's.<br />
21-And sometimes we need a break to gather our thoughts, that's why the wish-lists
22-also have some DVD's in it. And if we really manage to switch off the PC, we
23-might even grab a book and start to read :-)</p>
24-
25-<p>Since we like a pretty layout, we created a Donation Matrix :-)</p>
26-<div class="table">
27-<table summary="donations">
28- <tr>
29- <th>&nbsp;</th>
30- <th colspan="2">Amazon</th>
31- <th colspan="2">PayPal</th>
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75-<tr>
76- <td>Lübbe (docs)</td>
77- <td>
78- <a href="http://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/13DTTC8JF4UD5"
79- title="Get a present for Lübbe at 'Amazon.com'">Amazon.com</a>
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113-
11426 <div class="center">
115-<p>
116-In case you don't know which one of us you want to donate, you can check out the
117-<a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/stats/">commit statistics</a>
118-to get an idea how much work each of us does.
119-</p>
27+ <h1>Donate to the TortoiseSVN developers</h1>
28+ </div>
29+
30+ <p>If you like to contribute to TortoiseSVN too or like to make the developer(s)
31+ happy then you can send us some presents.</p>
32+ <p>While working on TortoiseSVN we love to listen to music. And since we work
33+ many hours on the project we need a lot of music. Therefore we have set up some
34+ wish-lists with our favourite music CD's.<br />
35+ And sometimes we need a break to gather our thoughts, that's why the wish-lists
36+ also have some DVD's in it. And if we really manage to switch off the PC, we
37+ might even grab a book and start to read :-)</p>
38+
39+ <p>Since we like a pretty layout, we created a Donation Matrix :-)</p>
40+ <div class="table">
41+ <table summary="donations">
42+ <tr>
43+ <th>&nbsp;</th>
44+ <th colspan="2">Amazon</th>
45+ <th colspan="2">PayPal</th>
46+ </tr>
47+ <tr>
48+ <th>&nbsp;</th>
49+ <th colspan="2">Books &amp; CDs &amp; DVDs</th>
50+ <th>USD</th>
51+ <th>Euro</th>
52+ </tr>
53+ <tbody>
54+ <tr>
55+ <td>Stefan (program)</td>
56+ <td>
57+ <a href="http://www.amazon.com/o/registry/17DKTOSXX1KJK"
58+ title="Get a present for Stefan at 'Amazon.com'">Amazon.com</a>
59+ </td>
60+ <td>
61+ <a href="http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/registry/26JA3LXZXY4TB/"
62+ title="Ein Geschenk für Stefan bei 'Amazon.de' kaufen">Amazon.de</a>
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71+ <input type="hidden" name="currency_code" value="USD">
72+ <input type="hidden" name="tax" value="0">
73+ <input type="image" src="https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but21.gif" border="0" name="submit" alt="Donate to Stefan">
74+ </form>
75+ </td>
76+ <td>
77+ <form action="https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr" method="post">
78+ <input type="hidden" name="cmd" value="_xclick">
79+ <input type="hidden" name="business" value="steveking@gmx.ch">
80+ <input type="hidden" name="item_name" value="Donation for TortoiseSVN">
81+ <input type="hidden" name="no_shipping" value="1">
82+ <input type="hidden" name="no_note" value="1">
83+ <input type="hidden" name="currency_code" value="EUR">
84+ <input type="hidden" name="tax" value="0">
85+ <input type="image" src="https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but21.gif" border="0" name="submit" alt="Donate to Stefan">
86+ </form>
87+ </td>
88+ </tr>
89+ <tr>
90+ <td>Lübbe (docs)</td>
91+ <td>
92+ <a href="http://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/13DTTC8JF4UD5"
93+ title="Get a present for Lübbe at 'Amazon.com'">Amazon.com</a>
94+ </td>
95+ <td>
96+ <a href="http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/registry/3IKWLV2U0TVUA/"
97+ title="Ein Geschenk für Lübbe bei 'Amazon.de' kaufen">Amazon.de</a>
98+ </td>
99+ <td>
100+ <form action="https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr" method="post">
101+ <input type="hidden" name="cmd" value="_xclick">
102+ <input type="hidden" name="business" value="luebbe@netzbeisser.de">
103+ <input type="hidden" name="item_name" value="Donation for TortoiseSVN">
104+ <input type="hidden" name="no_shipping" value="1">
105+ <input type="hidden" name="no_note" value="1">
106+ <input type="hidden" name="currency_code" value="USD">
107+ <input type="hidden" name="tax" value="0">
108+ <input type="image" src="https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but21.gif" border="0" name="submit" alt="Donate to Lübbe">
109+ </form>
110+ </td>
111+ <td>
112+ <form action="https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr" method="post">
113+ <input type="hidden" name="cmd" value="_xclick">
114+ <input type="hidden" name="business" value="luebbe@netzbeisser.de">
115+ <input type="hidden" name="item_name" value="Donation for TortoiseSVN">
116+ <input type="hidden" name="no_shipping" value="1">
117+ <input type="hidden" name="no_note" value="1">
118+ <input type="hidden" name="currency_code" value="EUR">
119+ <input type="hidden" name="tax" value="0">
120+ <input type="image" src="https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but21.gif" border="0" name="submit" alt="Donate to Lübbe">
121+ </form>
122+ </td>
123+ </tr>
124+ </tbody>
125+ </table>
126+ </div>
127+
128+ <div class="center">
129+ <p>
130+ In case you don't know which one of us you want to donate, you can check out the
131+ <a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/stats/">commit statistics</a>
132+ to get an idea how much work each of us does.
133+ </p>
134+ </div>
135+
136+ <div class="center">
137+ <p>
138+ If you think that sending money is boring, because it doesn't have the personal
139+ touch that sending presents has, Lübbe can tell you what he'll do with the money.
140+ <a href="http://tortoisesvn.berlios.de/?q=donate_luebbe">Get a Bass!</a>
141+ </p>
142+ </div>
143+
144+ <div style="clear:both">
145+ <h3>Donators</h3>
146+ <div class="table">
147+ <table summary="Donators" width="80%">
148+ <thead>
149+ <tr>
150+ <th width="20%">Name</th>
151+ <th width="20%">Country</th>
152+ <th width="60%">Organization</th>
153+ </tr>
154+ </thead>
155+ <tbody>
156+
157+ <tr>
158+ <td>Sam White</td>
159+ <td></td>
160+ <td><a href="http://www.stellent.com">Stellent, Inc. - Universal Content Management</a></td>
161+ </tr>
162+
163+ <tr>
164+ <td>Lieven Govaerts</td>
165+ <td></td>
166+ <td></td>
167+ </tr>
168+
169+ <tr>
170+ <td>Kirill Osenkov</td>
171+ <td>Germany</td>
172+ <td></td>
173+ </tr>
174+
175+ <tr>
176+ <td>Ian Dallas</td>
177+ <td>USA</td>
178+ <td></td>
179+ </tr>
180+
181+ <tr>
182+ <td>Larry Miller</td>
183+ <td>USA</td>
184+ <td></td>
185+ </tr>
186+
187+ <tr>
188+ <td>Rob Chartier</td>
189+ <td>Canada</td>
190+ <td><a href="http://weblogs.asp.net/rchartier">http://weblogs.asp.net/rchartier</a></td>
191+ </tr>
192+
193+ <tr>
194+ <td>Arya Irani</td>
195+ <td></td>
196+ <td></td>
197+ </tr>
198+
199+ <tr>
200+ <td>Leigh Bateman</td>
201+ <td>Australia</td>
202+ <td>Heya, got a book from down under. You guys seem to know when I need new reading stuff :-)</td>
203+ </tr>
204+
205+ <tr>
206+ <td>Ruston Rountree</td>
207+ <td></td>
208+ <td></td>
209+ </tr>
210+
211+ <tr>
212+ <td>Oliver Computing LLC</td>
213+ <td></td>
214+ <td><a href="http://www.olivercomputing.com/">http://www.olivercomputing.com/</a></td>
215+ </tr>
216+
217+ <tr>
218+ <td>Rajendra Gunda</td>
219+ <td></td>
220+ <td></td>
221+ </tr>
222+
223+ <tr>
224+ <td>Yuichi Nakano</td>
225+ <td></td>
226+ <td></td>
227+ </tr>
228+
229+ <tr>
230+ <td>Tim Howland</td>
231+ <td>USA</td>
232+ <td></td>
233+ </tr>
234+
235+ <tr>
236+ <td>Souichi Arita</td>
237+ <td></td>
238+ <td></td>
239+ </tr>
240+
241+ <tr>
242+ <td>Walter Tominaga</td>
243+ <td></td>
244+ <td></td>
245+ </tr>
246+
247+ <tr>
248+ <td>Jason Sherrill</td>
249+ <td></td>
250+ <td></td>
251+ </tr>
252+
253+ <tr>
254+ <td>Gerbrand van Dieijen</td>
255+ <td></td>
256+ <td></td>
257+ </tr>
258+
259+ <tr>
260+ <td>Yuichi Goto</td>
261+ <td>Japan</td>
262+ <td></td>
263+ </tr>
264+
265+ <tr>
266+ <td>Stijn Fonck</td>
267+ <td>Belgium</td>
268+ <td><a href="http://www.braincode.be/">http://www.braincode.be/</a></td>
269+ </tr>
270+
271+ <tr>
272+ <td>Koen Tanghe</td>
273+ <td></td>
274+ <td></td>
275+ </tr>
276+
277+ <tr>
278+ <td>Arne Brachhold</td>
279+ <td></td>
280+ <td></td>
281+ </tr>
282+
283+ <tr>
284+ <td>Aaron Seet</td>
285+ <td>Singapore</td>
286+ <td><a href="http://www.sgdotnet.org/">http://www.sgdotnet.org/</a></td>
287+ </tr>
288+
289+ <tr>
290+ <td>Christian Heindel</td>
291+ <td>Germany</td>
292+ <td><a href="http://www.christian-heindel.de/">http://www.christian-heindel.de/</a></td>
293+ </tr>
294+
295+ <tr>
296+ <td>Phiroze Parakh</td>
297+ <td></td>
298+ <td></td>
299+ </tr>
300+
301+ <tr>
302+ <td>Douglas Dietrich</td>
303+ <td></td>
304+ <td></td>
305+ </tr>
306+
307+ <tr>
308+ <td>Javier Berrios</td>
309+ <td></td>
310+ <td></td>
311+ </tr>
312+
313+ <tr>
314+ <td>Gordon McCreight</td>
315+ <td></td>
316+ <td></td>
317+ </tr>
318+
319+ <tr>
320+ <td>Vincent Driessen</td>
321+ <td></td>
322+ <td><a href="http://www.datafox-engineering.com">DataFox Engineering</a></td>
323+ </tr>
324+
325+ <tr>
326+ <td>Lars Thorup</td>
327+ <td>Denmark</td>
328+ <td><a href="http://www.bestbrains.biz/index-en.html">BestBrains</a></td>
329+ </tr>
330+
331+ <tr>
332+ <td>Anil Gangolli</td>
333+ <td></td>
334+ <td><a href="http://www.rollerweblogger.org/">Roller Weblogger Project</a></td>
335+ </tr>
336+
337+ <tr>
338+ <td>Robert Martin</td>
339+ <td></td>
340+ <td></td>
341+ </tr>
342+
343+ <tr>
344+ <td>Mike Harrington</td>
345+ <td></td>
346+ <td></td>
347+ </tr>
348+
349+ <tr>
350+ <td>Junhyouck Jang</td>
351+ <td></td>
352+ <td></td>
353+ </tr>
354+
355+ <tr>
356+ <td>Marko Pohl</td>
357+ <td>Germany</td>
358+ <td><a href="http://www.echo-kassel.de/">Echo GbR</a></td>
359+ </tr>
360+
361+ <tr>
362+ <td>Erich Eichinger</td>
363+ <td>Austria</td>
364+ <td><a href="http://www.diamonddogs.cc/">Diamond Dogs</a></td>
365+ </tr>
366+
367+ <tr>
368+ <td>David Dapena Garrido</td>
369+ <td></td>
370+ <td></td>
371+ </tr>
372+
373+ <tr>
374+ <td>Lars Kaufmann</td>
375+ <td>Germany</td>
376+ <td></td>
377+ </tr>
378+
379+ <tr>
380+ <td>Kenneth Skala</td>
381+ <td></td>
382+ <td></td>
383+ </tr>
384+
385+ <tr>
386+ <td>Zhenqi Pang</td>
387+ <td></td>
388+ <td><a href="http://www.dvd-software.info/">http://www.dvd-software.info/</a></td>
389+ </tr>
390+
391+ <tr>
392+ <td>Beep Ltd.</td>
393+ <td>Hungary</td>
394+ <td><a href="http://www.interactv.tv/">http://www.interactv.tv/</a></td>
395+ </tr>
396+
397+ <tr>
398+ <td>Glen English</td>
399+ <td></td>
400+ <td></td>
401+ </tr>
402+
403+ <tr>
404+ <td>Solutions Inc.</td>
405+ <td></td>
406+ <td></td>
407+ </tr>
408+
409+ <tr>
410+ <td>Michael Mueller</td>
411+ <td>Germany</td>
412+ <td></td>
413+ </tr>
414+
415+ <tr>
416+ <td>Paul Connell</td>
417+ <td>United Kingdom - Wales</td>
418+ <td></td>
419+ </tr>
420+
421+ <tr>
422+ <td>David Gerding</td>
423+ <td></td>
424+ <td><a href="http://www.versive.com">Versive LLC</a></td>
425+ </tr>
426+
427+ <tr>
428+ <td>Phiroze Parakh</td>
429+ <td></td>
430+ <td></td>
431+ </tr>
432+
433+ <tr>
434+ <td>FilZ.com</td>
435+ <td></td>
436+ <td><a href="http://www.fillz.com">http://www.fillz.com</a></td>
437+ </tr>
438+
439+ <tr>
440+ <td>Drumbeat Insight</td>
441+ <td></td>
442+ <td><a href="http://drumbeatinsight.com/">http://drumbeatinsight.com/</a></td>
443+ </tr>
444+
445+ <tr>
446+ <td>Tyler Tompkins</td>
447+ <td></td>
448+ <td></td>
449+ </tr>
450+
451+ <tr>
452+ <td>Alexander Tsang</td>
453+ <td></td>
454+ <td></td>
455+ </tr>
456+
457+ <tr>
458+ <td>Oleksandr Rudak</td>
459+ <td></td>
460+ <td></td>
461+ </tr>
462+
463+ <tr>
464+ <td>POG guys</td>
465+ <td></td>
466+ <td><a href="http://www.phpobjectgenerator.com/">http://www.phpobjectgenerator.com/</a></td>
467+ </tr>
468+
469+ <tr>
470+ <td>Dov Nir Aides</td>
471+ <td></td>
472+ <td><a href="http://www.digitalpeers.com/">http://www.digitalpeers.com/</a></td>
473+ </tr>
474+
475+ <tr>
476+ <td>Marc te Vruchte</td>
477+ <td></td>
478+ <td></td>
479+ </tr>
480+
481+ <tr>
482+ <td>Torsten Weber</td>
483+ <td>Germany</td>
484+ <td><a href="http://www.dotnet-leipzig.de/">.NET User Group Leipzig</a></td>
485+ </tr>
486+
487+ <tr>
488+ <td>Ilium Software</td>
489+ <td></td>
490+ <td><a href="http://www.iliumsoft.com/">Ilium Software</a></td>
491+ </tr>
492+
493+ <tr>
494+ <td>Mark Shuttleworth</td>
495+ <td></td>
496+ <td></td>
497+ </tr>
498+
499+ <tr>
500+ <td>Gordon R. Reynolds</td>
501+ <td></td>
502+ <td></td>
503+ </tr>
504+
505+ <tr>
506+ <td>Masato Kawakatsu</td>
507+ <td></td>
508+ <td></td>
509+ </tr>
510+
511+ <tr>
512+ <td>Jason Young</td>
513+ <td></td>
514+ <td><a href="http://www.young-technologies.com/">http://www.young-technologies.com/</a></td>
515+ </tr>
516+
517+ <tr>
518+ <td>Giel van Schijndel</td>
519+ <td></td>
520+ <td></td>
521+ </tr>
522+
523+ <tr>
524+ <td>Sanjaya</td>
525+ <td></td>
526+ <td></td>
527+ </tr>
528+
529+ <tr>
530+ <td>Michael Sparks</td>
531+ <td>USA</td>
532+ <td></td>
533+ </tr>
534+
535+ <tr>
536+ <td>Jens Geyer</td>
537+ <td>Germany</td>
538+ <td></td>
539+ </tr>
540+
541+ <tr>
542+ <td>Yuji Okazawa</td>
543+ <td></td>
544+ <td></td>
545+ </tr>
546+
547+ <tr>
548+ <td>MIL Software</td>
549+ <td></td>
550+ <td><a href="http://www.milsoftware.com">http://www.milsoftware.com</a></td>
551+ </tr>
552+
553+ <tr>
554+ <td>Jon Acker</td>
555+ <td></td>
556+ <td></td>
557+ </tr>
558+
559+ <tr>
560+ <td>Thigma Consulting</td>
561+ <td></td>
562+ <td><a href="http://thigma.com">http://thigma.com</a></td>
563+ </tr>
564+
565+ <tr>
566+ <td>Olivier Temam</td>
567+ <td></td>
568+ <td></td>
569+ </tr>
570+
571+ <tr>
572+ <td>George Wieggers</td>
573+ <td></td>
574+ <td></td>
575+ </tr>
576+
577+ <tr>
578+ <td>J. Barclay Burger</td>
579+ <td></td>
580+ <td></td>
581+ </tr>
582+
583+ <tr>
584+ <td>Dream Prints Inc.</td>
585+ <td>USA</td>
586+ <td><a href="http://www.iceposter.com/">Dream Prints Inc.</a></td>
587+ </tr>
588+
589+ <tr>
590+ <td>RunUO Software</td>
591+ <td></td>
592+ <td></td>
593+ </tr>
594+
595+ <tr>
596+ <td>Eric Smith</td>
597+ <td>USA</td>
598+ <td><a href="http://www.codesmithtools.com/">CodeSmith Tools, LLC</a></td>
599+ </tr>
600+
601+ <tr>
602+ <td>Tobias Delbruck</td>
603+ <td></td>
604+ <td></td>
605+ </tr>
606+
607+ </tbody>
608+ </table>
609+ </div>
610+
611+ <br>
612+ </br>
613+
614+ <h3>Donators before 1.3 release</h3>
615+
616+ <div class="table">
617+ <table summary="Donators" width="80%">
618+ <thead>
619+ <tr>
620+ <th width="20%">Name</th>
621+ <th width="20%">Country</th>
622+ <th width="60%">Organization</th>
623+ </tr>
624+ </thead>
625+ <tbody>
626+
627+ <tr>
628+ <td>Edward Rosenberg</td>
629+ <td></td>
630+ <td></td>
631+ </tr>
632+
633+ <tr>
634+ <td>Eye Of The Art</td>
635+ <td></td>
636+ <td><a href="http://www.eyeoftheart.com">Eye Of The Art</a></td>
637+ </tr>
638+
639+ <tr>
640+ <td>RA Consulting GmbH</td>
641+ <td>Germany</td>
642+ <td><a href="http://www.rac.de">RA Consulting GmbH</a></td>
643+ </tr>
644+
645+ <tr>
646+ <td>Les Matheson</td>
647+ <td></td>
648+ <td></td>
649+ </tr>
650+
651+ <tr>
652+ <td>Jason Buberel</td>
653+ <td></td>
654+ <td></td>
655+ </tr>
656+
657+ <tr>
658+ <td>Michael Mazour</td>
659+ <td></td>
660+ <td></td>
661+ </tr>
662+
663+ <tr>
664+ <td>Ewald Kicker</td>
665+ <td>Austria</td>
666+ <td><a href="http://www.very-clever.com/">http://www.very-clever.com/</a></td>
667+ </tr>
668+
669+ <tr>
670+ <td>Denis Jouvin</td>
671+ <td></td>
672+ <td></td>
673+ </tr>
674+
675+ <tr>
676+ <td>Donna Smith</td>
677+ <td></td>
678+ <td></td>
679+ </tr>
680+
681+ <tr>
682+ <td>Hugh Winkler</td>
683+ <td></td>
684+ <td></td>
685+ </tr>
686+
687+ <tr>
688+ <td>Nicholas Appelmans</td>
689+ <td></td>
690+ <td></td>
691+ </tr>
692+
693+ <tr>
694+ <td>Metrohm AG</td>
695+ <td>Switzerland</td>
696+ <td><a href="http://www.metrohm.com/">http://www.metrohm.com/</a></td>
697+ </tr>
698+
699+ <tr>
700+ <td>Mike Lischke</td>
701+ <td></td>
702+ <td><a href="http://www.soft-gems.net/">Soft Gems</a></td>
703+ </tr>
704+
705+ <tr>
706+ <td>Roger Lynx</td>
707+ <td></td>
708+ <td></td>
709+ </tr>
710+
711+ <tr>
712+ <td>Henryk Trappmann</td>
713+ <td></td>
714+ <td></td>
715+ </tr>
716+
717+ <tr>
718+ <td>Timothy Peierls</td>
719+ <td></td>
720+ <td></td>
721+ </tr>
722+
723+ <tr>
724+ <td>Mark Johnson</td>
725+ <td></td>
726+ <td></td>
727+ </tr>
728+
729+ <tr>
730+ <td>Trelgol</td>
731+ <td></td>
732+ <td></td>
733+ </tr>
734+
735+ <tr>
736+ <td>Michael L. Drew</td>
737+ <td>USA</td>
738+ <td><a href="http://www.drewtech.com">Drew Technologies, Inc.</a></td>
739+ </tr>
740+
741+ <tr>
742+ <td>Matthew Mullenweg</td>
743+ <td></td>
744+ <td><a href="http://wordpress.org">WordPress</a></td>
745+ </tr>
746+
747+ <tr>
748+ <td>Jeff Springer</td>
749+ <td>USA</td>
750+ <td></td>
751+ </tr>
752+
753+ <tr>
754+ <td>Colin Gravill</td>
755+ <td>United Kingdom</td>
756+ <td></td>
757+ </tr>
758+
759+ <tr>
760+ <td>Jan Slama</td>
761+ <td>Czech republic</td>
762+ <td></td>
763+ </tr>
764+
765+ <tr>
766+ <td>Jan Osusky</td>
767+ <td>Slovakia</td>
768+ <td></td>
769+ </tr>
770+
771+ <tr>
772+ <td>Johannes Selbach</td>
773+ <td>Germany</td>
774+ <td><a href="http://www.axandra-web-site-promotion-software-tool.com/">Web site promotion software</a></td>
775+ </tr>
776+
777+ <tr>
778+ <td>Keith Copenhagen</td>
779+ <td></td>
780+ <td></td>
781+ </tr>
782+
783+ <tr>
784+ <td>Vijay Avarachen</td>
785+ <td>USA</td>
786+ <td>Dana Corporation</td>
787+ </tr>
788+ <tr>
789+
790+ <td>Victor Mote</td>
791+ <td></td>
792+ <td></td>
793+ </tr>
794+
795+ <tr>
796+ <td>Valery Le Khanh Van</td>
797+ <td>France - Essonne (91)</td>
798+ <td></td>
799+ </tr>
800+
801+ <tr>
802+ <td>Johan Neidenmark</td>
803+ <td></td>
804+ <td></td>
805+ </tr>
806+
807+ <tr>
808+ <td>Adam Dorritie</td>
809+ <td>USA</td>
810+ <td></td>
811+ </tr>
812+
813+ <tr>
814+ <td>Rene Ceballos</td>
815+ <td></td>
816+ <td></td>
817+ </tr>
818+
819+ <tr>
820+ <td>Steve Kramer</td>
821+ <td></td>
822+ <td></td>
823+ </tr>
824+
825+ <tr>
826+ <td>Tom Rose</td>
827+ <td></td>
828+ <td></td>
829+ </tr>
830+
831+ <tr>
832+ <td>Robert Wetzlmayr</td>
833+ <td></td>
834+ <td></td>
835+ </tr>
836+
837+ <tr>
838+ <td>Costupdate</td>
839+ <td></td>
840+ <td><a href="http://www.costupdate.com">Costupdate</a></td>
841+ </tr>
842+
843+ <tr>
844+ <td>Mary Fredborg</td>
845+ <td></td>
846+ <td></td>
847+ </tr>
848+
849+ <tr>
850+ <td>Jonathan Steed</td>
851+ <td></td>
852+ <td></td>
853+ </tr>
854+
855+ <tr>
856+ <td>Andreas May</td>
857+ <td>Germany</td>
858+ <td></td>
859+ </tr>
860+
861+ <tr>
862+ <td>Mattias Aronsson</td>
863+ <td></td>
864+ <td></td>
865+ </tr>
866+
867+ <tr>
868+ <td>John Dawson</td>
869+ <td></td>
870+ <td></td>
871+ </tr>
872+
873+ <tr>
874+ <td>Adrian Burden</td>
875+ <td></td>
876+ <td></td>
877+ </tr>
878+
879+ <tr>
880+ <td>Lahni und Partner</td>
881+ <td></td>
882+ <td></td>
883+ </tr>
884+
885+ <tr>
886+ <td>Kirsch, Krienke, Milz, Nolte</td>
887+ <td>Germany</td>
888+ <td><a href="http://www.c-kn.de/">Computertechnik Krienke & Nolte GbR.</a></td>
889+ </tr>
890+
891+ <tr>
892+ <td>Phil Helms</td>
893+ <td></td>
894+ <td></td>
895+ </tr>
896+
897+ <tr>
898+ <td>Bernd Giegerich</td>
899+ <td>Germany</td>
900+ <td>Yeah! I'm gonna grab that bag of potato chips, lean back and watch Russel Crowe sail around the world... Thanks!</td>
901+ </tr>
902+
903+ <tr>
904+ <td>Mahmoud Arram</td>
905+ <td></td>
906+ <td></td>
907+ </tr>
908+
909+ <tr>
910+ <td>Norman Young</td>
911+ <td>Canada</td>
912+ <td></td>
913+ </tr>
914+
915+ <tr>
916+ <td>R.N. Sawers</td>
917+ <td>UK</td>
918+ <td></td>
919+ </tr>
920+
921+ <tr>
922+ <td>Michael Allenspach</td>
923+ <td>Switzerland</td>
924+ <td></td>
925+ </tr>
926+
927+ <tr>
928+ <td>Roger Searjeant</td>
929+ <td>UK</td>
930+ <td></td>
931+ </tr>
932+
933+ <tr>
934+ <td>Sven Prevrhal</td>
935+ <td>USA</td>
936+ <td></td>
937+ </tr>
938+
939+ <tr>
940+ <td>Florian von Walte</td>
941+ <td></td>
942+ <td></td>
943+ </tr>
944+
945+ <tr>
946+ <td>Hanhwe Kim</td>
947+ <td></td>
948+ <td></td>
949+ </tr>
950+
951+ <tr>
952+ <td>Jörg Vollmer</td>
953+ <td></td>
954+ <td></td>
955+ </tr>
956+
957+ <tr>
958+ <td>Tobias Schäfer</td>
959+ <td></td>
960+ <td></td>
961+ </tr>
962+
963+ <tr>
964+ <td>Daniel Heap</td>
965+ <td></td>
966+ <td></td>
967+ </tr>
968+
969+ <tr>
970+ <td>Pawel Pabich</td>
971+ <td></td>
972+ <td></td>
973+ </tr>
974+
975+ <tr>
976+ <td>Harold Sinclair</td>
977+ <td></td>
978+ <td></td>
979+ </tr>
980+
981+ <tr>
982+ <td>Kirk House</td>
983+ <td></td>
984+ <td></td>
985+ </tr>
986+
987+ <tr>
988+ <td>Matthew Brumley</td>
989+ <td></td>
990+ <td></td>
991+ </tr>
992+
993+ <tr>
994+ <td>Aron Wieck</td>
995+ <td>Germany</td>
996+ <td><a href="http://www.entropia.biz">Entropia Software GmbH</a></td>
997+ </tr>
998+
999+ <tr>
1000+ <td>Marcus Cuda</td>
1001+ <td></td>
1002+ <td></td>
1003+ </tr>
1004+
1005+ <tr>
1006+ <td>Simon Wiest</td>
1007+ <td>Germany</td>
1008+ <td></td>
1009+ </tr>
1010+
1011+ <tr>
1012+ <td>Markus Jeitschko</td>
1013+ <td>Austria</td>
1014+ <td><a href="http://www.automaten-donauland.at">Automaten Donauland K.F.Jeitschko KG</a></td>
1015+ </tr>
1016+
1017+ <tr>
1018+ <td>Herwig Abele</td>
1019+ <td>Germany</td>
1020+ <td>Perfect timing. I just ran out of reading material. Thanks!</td>
1021+ </tr>
1022+
1023+ <tr>
1024+ <td>Benjamin Kalytta</td>
1025+ <td>Germany</td>
1026+ <td><a href="http://www.kalytta.com">www.kalytta.com</a></td>
1027+ </tr>
1028+
1029+ <tr>
1030+ <td>Kevin J Baird</td>
1031+ <td></td>
1032+ <td></td>
1033+ </tr>
1034+
1035+ <tr>
1036+ <td>Metric Media</td>
1037+ <td></td>
1038+ <td><a href="http://metricmedia.com">Metric Media</a></td>
1039+ </tr>
1040+
1041+ <tr>
1042+ <td>Les Matheson</td>
1043+ <td></td>
1044+ <td></td>
1045+ </tr>
1046+
1047+ <tr>
1048+ <td>Mathias Berchtold</td>
1049+ <td>Switzerland</td>
1050+ <td><a href="http://www.smartftp.com/">SmartFTP</a></td>
1051+ </tr>
1052+
1053+ <tr>
1054+ <td>Martin Schmidt</td>
1055+ <td>Germany</td>
1056+ <td><a href="http://www.wunsch-galerie.de/">Wunsch Galerie</a></td>
1057+ </tr>
1058+
1059+ <tr>
1060+ <td>Robert Taylor</td>
1061+ <td></td>
1062+ <td></td>
1063+ </tr>
1064+
1065+ <tr>
1066+ <td>Michael Waddell</td>
1067+ <td></td>
1068+ <td></td>
1069+ </tr>
1070+
1071+ <tr>
1072+ <td>Istvan Agoston</td>
1073+ <td></td>
1074+ <td></td>
1075+ </tr>
1076+
1077+ <tr>
1078+ <td>Michael Ullrich</td>
1079+ <td></td>
1080+ <td></td>
1081+ </tr>
1082+
1083+ <tr>
1084+ <td>Dave Van den Eynde</td>
1085+ <td>Belgium</td>
1086+ <td></td>
1087+ </tr>
1088+
1089+ <tr>
1090+ <td>Ben Wong</td>
1091+ <td></td>
1092+ <td></td>
1093+ </tr>
1094+
1095+ <tr>
1096+ <td>ThePCFriends.com Team</td>
1097+ <td></td>
1098+ <td><a href="http://www.thepcfriends.com/">http://www.thepcfriends.com/</a></td>
1099+ </tr>
1100+
1101+ <tr>
1102+ <td>Mindlube Software</td>
1103+ <td></td>
1104+ <td><a href="http://www.mindlube.com">http://www.mindlube.com</a></td>
1105+ </tr>
1106+
1107+ <tr>
1108+ <td>Robert H. Fletcher</td>
1109+ <td>USA</td>
1110+ <td></td>
1111+ </tr>
1112+
1113+ <tr>
1114+ <td>Lyndell St Ville</td>
1115+ <td></td>
1116+ <td></td>
1117+ </tr>
1118+
1119+ <tr>
1120+ <td>Jonas Oestman</td>
1121+ <td></td>
1122+ <td></td>
1123+ </tr>
1124+
1125+ <tr>
1126+ <td>Peter DeGregorio</td>
1127+ <td></td>
1128+ <td></td>
1129+ </tr>
1130+
1131+ <tr>
1132+ <td>Shrishail Rana</td>
1133+ <td></td>
1134+ <td></td>
1135+ </tr>
1136+
1137+ <tr>
1138+ <td>G. Richard Bellamy</td>
1139+ <td></td>
1140+ <td></td>
1141+ </tr>
1142+
1143+ <tr>
1144+ <td>Thomas Larsen</td>
1145+ <td></td>
1146+ <td></td>
1147+ </tr>
1148+
1149+ <tr>
1150+ <td>Norman Young</td>
1151+ <td></td>
1152+ <td></td>
1153+ </tr>
1154+
1155+ <tr>
1156+ <td>Greg Stevenson</td>
1157+ <td>USA</td>
1158+ <td></td>
1159+ </tr>
1160+
1161+ <tr>
1162+ <td>Marcel Kloubert</td>
1163+ <td></td>
1164+ <td></td>
1165+ </tr>
1166+
1167+ <tr>
1168+ <td>Conrad Poelman</td>
1169+ <td>USA</td>
1170+ <td></td>
1171+ </tr>
1172+
1173+ <tr>
1174+ <td>Rafael Calderon</td>
1175+ <td></td>
1176+ <td></td>
1177+ </tr>
1178+
1179+ </tbody>
1180+ </table>
1181+ </div>
1182+
1183+ <br>
1184+ </br>
1185+
1186+ <h3>Donators before 1.2 release</h3>
1187+
1188+ <div class="table">
1189+ <table summary="Donators" width="80%">
1190+ <thead>
1191+ <tr>
1192+ <th width="20%">Name</th>
1193+ <th width="20%">Country</th>
1194+ <th width="60%">Organization</th>
1195+ </tr>
1196+ </thead>
1197+ <tbody>
1198+
1199+ <tr>
1200+ <td>Peter Loch</td>
1201+ <td></td>
1202+ <td><a href="http://www.easy2000.net">easy2000 Software</a></td>
1203+ </tr>
1204+
1205+ <tr>
1206+ <td>Jason Swartz</td>
1207+ <td></td>
1208+ <td></td>
1209+ </tr>
1210+
1211+ <tr>
1212+ <td>Instill Vision</td>
1213+ <td></td>
1214+ <td></td>
1215+ </tr>
1216+
1217+ <tr>
1218+ <td>Rene Serradeil</td>
1219+ <td>Germany</td>
1220+ <td></td>
1221+ </tr>
1222+
1223+ <tr>
1224+ <td>Les Matheson</td>
1225+ <td></td>
1226+ <td></td>
1227+ </tr>
1228+
1229+ <tr>
1230+ <td>Kai-Wen Chung</td>
1231+ <td></td>
1232+ <td></td>
1233+ </tr>
1234+
1235+ <tr>
1236+ <td>Lothar Mausz</td>
1237+ <td>Austria</td>
1238+ <td><a href="http://www.go-mobile.at">http://www.go-mobile.at</a></td>
1239+ </tr>
1240+
1241+ <tr>
1242+ <td>Jianbo Gao</td>
1243+ <td></td>
1244+ <td></td>
1245+ </tr>
1246+
1247+ <tr>
1248+ <td>Lucas Breedveld</td>
1249+ <td></td>
1250+ <td></td>
1251+ </tr>
1252+
1253+ <tr>
1254+ <td>Martin Mueller</td>
1255+ <td></td>
1256+ <td></td>
1257+ </tr>
1258+
1259+ <tr>
1260+ <td>Brian Huddleston</td>
1261+ <td></td>
1262+ <td></td>
1263+ </tr>
1264+
1265+ <tr>
1266+ <td>Christopher DeGuise</td>
1267+ <td>USA</td>
1268+ <td></td>
1269+ </tr>
1270+
1271+ <tr>
1272+ <td>Irvin Shapiro</td>
1273+ <td></td>
1274+ <td></td>
1275+ </tr>
1276+
1277+ <tr>
1278+ <td>Nick Gilbert</td>
1279+ <td></td>
1280+ <td></td>
1281+ </tr>
1282+
1283+ <tr>
1284+ <td>John Jarvis</td>
1285+ <td>Canada</td>
1286+ <td></td>
1287+ </tr>
1288+
1289+ <tr>
1290+ <td>Robert Wetzold</td>
1291+ <td>Germany</td>
1292+ <td><a href="http://www.fibotrader.com">www.fibotrader.com</a></td>
1293+ </tr>
1294+
1295+ <tr>
1296+ <td>Kevin J Baird</td>
1297+ <td></td>
1298+ <td></td>
1299+ </tr>
1300+
1301+ <tr>
1302+ <td>Justin Randall</td>
1303+ <td>USA</td>
1304+ <td></td>
1305+ </tr>
1306+
1307+ <tr>
1308+ <td>Timothy Peierls</td>
1309+ <td>USA</td>
1310+ <td></td>
1311+ </tr>
1312+
1313+ <tr>
1314+ <td>Tianzhen Lin</td>
1315+ <td></td>
1316+ <td></td>
1317+ </tr>
1318+
1319+ <tr>
1320+ <td>John Jarvis</td>
1321+ <td></td>
1322+ <td></td>
1323+ </tr>
1324+
1325+ <tr>
1326+ <td>Thomas Zehetner</td>
1327+ <td>Austria</td>
1328+ <td><a href="http://www.pcfreunde.de">www.pcfreunde.de</a></td>
1329+ </tr>
1330+
1331+ <tr>
1332+ <td>Achim Schweisguth</td>
1333+ <td>Germany</td>
1334+ <td></td>
1335+ </tr>
1336+
1337+ <tr>
1338+ <td>Justin Randall</td>
1339+ <td></td>
1340+ <td></td>
1341+ </tr>
1342+
1343+ <tr>
1344+ <td>Martin Serrano</td>
1345+ <td></td>
1346+ <td></td>
1347+ </tr>
1348+
1349+ <tr>
1350+ <td>James Ryley</td>
1351+ <td></td>
1352+ <td><a href="http://www.freepatentsonline.com/">http://www.freepatentsonline.com/</a></td>
1353+ </tr>
1354+
1355+ <tr>
1356+ <td>Point Line Plane Design Co.</td>
1357+ <td></td>
1358+ <td><a href="http://pointlineplane.ca/">http://pointlineplane.ca/</a></td>
1359+ </tr>
1360+
1361+ <tr>
1362+ <td>Glen S. Dayton</td>
1363+ <td>USA</td>
1364+ <td><a href="http://www.sagent.com">Sagent Group</a></td>
1365+ </tr>
1366+
1367+ <tr>
1368+ <td>Stefan Kanarski</td>
1369+ <td>Germany</td>
1370+ <td></td>
1371+ </tr>
1372+
1373+ <tr>
1374+ <td>Denis Molina Dominguez</td>
1375+ <td>Germany</td>
1376+ <td></td>
1377+ </tr>
1378+
1379+ <tr>
1380+ <td>William Fairman</td>
1381+ <td></td>
1382+ <td></td>
1383+ </tr>
1384+
1385+ <tr>
1386+ <td>Stuart MacKenzie</td>
1387+ <td></td>
1388+ <td></td>
1389+ </tr>
1390+
1391+ <tr>
1392+ <td>STCU</td>
1393+ <td></td>
1394+ <td><a href="http://www.stcu.org">www.stcu.org</a></td>
1395+ </tr>
1396+
1397+ <tr>
1398+ <td>Markus Hannebauer</td>
1399+ <td>Germany</td>
1400+ <td><a href="http://www.think-cell.com">think-cell Software</a></td>
1401+ </tr>
1402+
1403+ <tr>
1404+ <td>Timothy Peierls</td>
1405+ <td></td>
1406+ <td></td>
1407+ </tr>
1408+
1409+ <tr>
1410+ <td>Abraham Fowler</td>
1411+ <td></td>
1412+ <td></td>
1413+ </tr>
1414+
1415+ <tr>
1416+ <td>Roland Leupi</td>
1417+ <td>Switzerland</td>
1418+ <td></td>
1419+ </tr>
1420+
1421+ <tr>
1422+ <td>Peter Theill</td>
1423+ <td></td>
1424+ <td></td>
1425+ </tr>
1426+
1427+ <tr>
1428+ <td>Matthew Mullenweg</td>
1429+ <td></td>
1430+ <td></td>
1431+ </tr>
1432+
1433+ <tr>
1434+ <td>Nicola Ken Barozzi</td>
1435+ <td></td>
1436+ <td></td>
1437+ </tr>
1438+
1439+ <tr>
1440+ <td>Competent Technologies Inc.</td>
1441+ <td></td>
1442+ <td><a href="http://www.competent.com">http://www.competent.com</a></td>
1443+ </tr>
1444+
1445+ <tr>
1446+ <td>Richard Robson</td>
1447+ <td></td>
1448+ <td></td>
1449+ </tr>
1450+
1451+ <tr>
1452+ <td>Matthew Grooms</td>
1453+ <td>USA</td>
1454+ <td></td>
1455+ </tr>
1456+
1457+ <tr>
1458+ <td>Salman Khatri</td>
1459+ <td>USA</td>
1460+ <td><a href="http://www.macquarium.com/">Macquarium, Inc</a></td>
1461+ </tr>
1462+
1463+ <tr>
1464+ <td>Richard Haber</td>
1465+ <td>USA</td>
1466+ <td></td>
1467+ </tr>
1468+
1469+ <tr>
1470+ <td>Spaleon.com</td>
1471+ <td></td>
1472+ <td></td>
1473+ </tr>
1474+
1475+ <tr>
1476+ <td>Phil Caetano</td>
1477+ <td>Canada</td>
1478+ <td></td>
1479+ </tr>
1480+
1481+ <tr>
1482+ <td>Alexandre Gorbatchev</td>
1483+ <td>Canada</td>
1484+ <td></td>
1485+ </tr>
1486+
1487+ <tr>
1488+ <td>Jozsef Hontvari</td>
1489+ <td>Hungary</td>
1490+ <td><a href="http://www.flyordie.com">FlyOrDie.com</a></td>
1491+ </tr>
1492+
1493+ <tr>
1494+ <td>Mark Johnson</td>
1495+ <td></td>
1496+ <td></td>
1497+ </tr>
1498+
1499+ <tr>
1500+ <td>Jens Scheidtmann</td>
1501+ <td>Germany</td>
1502+ <td></td>
1503+ </tr>
1504+
1505+ <tr>
1506+ <td>Mark Brown</td>
1507+ <td></td>
1508+ <td></td>
1509+ </tr>
1510+
1511+ <tr>
1512+ <td>Denis Linine</td>
1513+ <td></td>
1514+ <td></td>
1515+ </tr>
1516+
1517+ <tr>
1518+ <td>George Wieggers</td>
1519+ <td>Netherlands</td>
1520+ <td></td>
1521+ </tr>
1522+
1523+ <tr>
1524+ <td>Kostas Pyliouras</td>
1525+ <td>Germany</td>
1526+ <td></td>
1527+ </tr>
1528+
1529+ <tr>
1530+ <td>Paul Nguyen</td>
1531+ <td></td>
1532+ <td></td>
1533+ </tr>
1534+
1535+ <tr>
1536+ <td>Ervin Walter</td>
1537+ <td>USA</td>
1538+ <td></td>
1539+ </tr>
1540+
1541+ <tr>
1542+ <td>Richard Jernigan</td>
1543+ <td></td>
1544+ <td></td>
1545+ </tr>
1546+
1547+ <tr>
1548+ <td>Peter Mergaerts</td>
1549+ <td></td>
1550+ <td></td>
1551+ </tr>
1552+
1553+ <tr>
1554+ <td>Greg Vander Rhodes</td>
1555+ <td></td>
1556+ <td></td>
1557+ </tr>
1558+
1559+ <tr>
1560+ <td>Shannon Holland</td>
1561+ <td></td>
1562+ <td></td>
1563+ </tr>
1564+
1565+ <tr>
1566+ <td>Hisashi Fujieda</td>
1567+ <td></td>
1568+ <td></td>
1569+ </tr>
1570+
1571+ <tr>
1572+ <td>Kenneth Gangstoe</td>
1573+ <td></td>
1574+ <td></td>
1575+ </tr>
1576+
1577+ <tr>
1578+ <td>Don Dayley</td>
1579+ <td></td>
1580+ <td></td>
1581+ </tr>
1582+
1583+ <tr>
1584+ <td>Graham Knight</td>
1585+ <td></td>
1586+ <td></td>
1587+ </tr>
1588+
1589+ <tr>
1590+ <td>Sebastian Witt</td>
1591+ <td></td>
1592+ <td></td>
1593+ </tr>
1594+
1595+ <tr>
1596+ <td>Michael &amp; Joel</td>
1597+ <td>USA</td>
1598+ <td><a href="http://www.fogcreek.com">Fog Creek Software</a></td>
1599+ </tr>
1600+
1601+ <tr>
1602+ <td>Bruce R. Modick</td>
1603+ <td>USA</td>
1604+ <td></td>
1605+ </tr>
1606+
1607+ <tr>
1608+ <td>Sean Moss-Pultz</td>
1609+ <td>USA</td>
1610+ <td></td>
1611+ </tr>
1612+
1613+ <tr>
1614+ <td>Ian Bevan</td>
1615+ <td>New Zealand</td>
1616+ <td></td>
1617+ </tr>
1618+
1619+ <tr>
1620+ <td>Christian Schaffner</td>
1621+ <td>Switzerland</td>
1622+ <td></td>
1623+ </tr>
1624+
1625+ <tr>
1626+ <td>Eric Hanchrow</td>
1627+ <td>USA</td>
1628+ <td></td>
1629+ </tr>
1630+
1631+ <tr>
1632+ <td>Jim Sokoloff</td>
1633+ <td>USA</td>
1634+ <td></td>
1635+ </tr>
1636+
1637+ <tr>
1638+ <td>Craig Findlay</td>
1639+ <td>Australia</td>
1640+ <td></td>
1641+ </tr>
1642+
1643+ <tr>
1644+ <td>Wolfgang Deutsch</td>
1645+ <td>Austria</td>
1646+ <td></td>
1647+ </tr>
1648+
1649+ <tr>
1650+ <td>Greg Martyn</td>
1651+ <td>USA</td>
1652+ <td></td>
1653+ </tr>
1654+
1655+ <tr>
1656+ <td>Reinhard Engmann</td>
1657+ <td>Germany</td>
1658+ <td></td>
1659+ </tr>
1660+
1661+ </tbody>
1662+ </table>
1663+ </div>
1664+
1665+ <div style="clear:both">
1666+
1667+ <p>
1668+ If you want to see who worked on the project, check our
1669+ <a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/contributors.html">contributors page</a>
1670+ </p>
1671+ </div>
1672+ </div>
1201673 </div>
121-
122-<div class="center">
123-<p>
124-If you think that sending money is boring, because it doesn't have the personal
125-touch that sending presents has, Lübbe can tell you what he'll do with the money.
126-<a href="http://tortoisesvn.berlios.de/?q=donate_luebbe">Get a Bass!</a>
127-</p>
128-</div>
129-
130-<div style="clear:both">
131-<h3>Donators</h3>
132-<div class="table">
133-<table summary="Donators" width="80%">
134-<thead>
135-<tr>
136-<th width="20%">Name</th>
137-<th width="20%">Country</th>
138-<th width="60%">Organization</th>
139-</tr>
140-</thead>
141-<tbody>
142-
143-<tr>
144-<td>Sam White</td>
145-<td></td>
146-<td><a href="http://www.stellent.com">Stellent, Inc. - Universal Content Management</a></td>
147-</tr>
148-
149-<tr>
150-<td>Lieven Govaerts</td>
151-<td></td>
152-<td></td>
153-</tr>
154-
155-<tr>
156-<td>Kirill Osenkov</td>
157-<td>Germany</td>
158-<td></td>
159-</tr>
160-
161-<tr>
162-<td>Ian Dallas</td>
163-<td>USA</td>
164-<td></td>
165-</tr>
166-
167-<tr>
168-<td>Larry Miller</td>
169-<td>USA</td>
170-<td></td>
171-</tr>
172-
173-<tr>
174-<td>Rob Chartier</td>
175-<td>Canada</td>
176-<td><a href="http://weblogs.asp.net/rchartier">http://weblogs.asp.net/rchartier</a></td>
177-</tr>
178-
179-<tr>
180-<td>Arya Irani</td>
181-<td></td>
182-<td></td>
183-</tr>
184-
185-<tr>
186-<td>Leigh Bateman</td>
187-<td>Australia</td>
188-<td>Heya, got a book from down under. You guys seem to know when I need new reading stuff :-)</td>
189-</tr>
190-
191-<tr>
192-<td>Ruston Rountree</td>
193-<td></td>
194-<td></td>
195-</tr>
196-
197-<tr>
198-<td>Oliver Computing LLC</td>
199-<td></td>
200-<td><a href="http://www.olivercomputing.com/">http://www.olivercomputing.com/</a></td>
201-</tr>
202-
203-<tr>
204-<td>Rajendra Gunda</td>
205-<td></td>
206-<td></td>
207-</tr>
208-
209-<tr>
210-<td>Yuichi Nakano</td>
211-<td></td>
212-<td></td>
213-</tr>
214-
215-<tr>
216-<td>Tim Howland</td>
217-<td>USA</td>
218-<td></td>
219-</tr>
220-
221-<tr>
222-<td>Souichi Arita</td>
223-<td></td>
224-<td></td>
225-</tr>
226-
227-<tr>
228-<td>Walter Tominaga</td>
229-<td></td>
230-<td></td>
231-</tr>
232-
233-<tr>
234-<td>Jason Sherrill</td>
235-<td></td>
236-<td></td>
237-</tr>
238-
239-<tr>
240-<td>Gerbrand van Dieijen</td>
241-<td></td>
242-<td></td>
243-</tr>
244-
245-<tr>
246-<td>Yuichi Goto</td>
247-<td>Japan</td>
248-<td></td>
249-</tr>
250-
251-<tr>
252-<td>Stijn Fonck</td>
253-<td>Belgium</td>
254-<td><a href="http://www.braincode.be/">http://www.braincode.be/</a></td>
255-</tr>
256-
257-<tr>
258-<td>Koen Tanghe</td>
259-<td></td>
260-<td></td>
261-</tr>
262-
263-<tr>
264-<td>Arne Brachhold</td>
265-<td></td>
266-<td></td>
267-</tr>
268-
269-<tr>
270-<td>Aaron Seet</td>
271-<td>Singapore</td>
272-<td><a href="http://www.sgdotnet.org/">http://www.sgdotnet.org/</a></td>
273-</tr>
274-
275-<tr>
276-<td>Christian Heindel</td>
277-<td>Germany</td>
278-<td><a href="http://www.christian-heindel.de/">http://www.christian-heindel.de/</a></td>
279-</tr>
280-
281-<tr>
282-<td>Phiroze Parakh</td>
283-<td></td>
284-<td></td>
285-</tr>
286-
287-<tr>
288-<td>Douglas Dietrich</td>
289-<td></td>
290-<td></td>
291-</tr>
292-
293-<tr>
294-<td>Javier Berrios</td>
295-<td></td>
296-<td></td>
297-</tr>
298-
299-<tr>
300-<td>Gordon McCreight</td>
301-<td></td>
302-<td></td>
303-</tr>
304-
305-<tr>
306-<td>Vincent Driessen</td>
307-<td></td>
308-<td><a href="http://www.datafox-engineering.com">DataFox Engineering</a></td>
309-</tr>
310-
311-<tr>
312-<td>Lars Thorup</td>
313-<td>Denmark</td>
314-<td><a href="http://www.bestbrains.biz/index-en.html">BestBrains</a></td>
315-</tr>
316-
317-<tr>
318-<td>Anil Gangolli</td>
319-<td></td>
320-<td><a href="http://www.rollerweblogger.org/">Roller Weblogger Project</a></td>
321-</tr>
322-
323-<tr>
324-<td>Robert Martin</td>
325-<td></td>
326-<td></td>
327-</tr>
328-
329-<tr>
330-<td>Mike Harrington</td>
331-<td></td>
332-<td></td>
333-</tr>
334-
335-<tr>
336-<td>Junhyouck Jang</td>
337-<td></td>
338-<td></td>
339-</tr>
340-
341-<tr>
342-<td>Marko Pohl</td>
343-<td>Germany</td>
344-<td><a href="http://www.echo-kassel.de/">Echo GbR</a></td>
345-</tr>
346-
347-<tr>
348-<td>Erich Eichinger</td>
349-<td>Austria</td>
350-<td><a href="http://www.diamonddogs.cc/">Diamond Dogs</a></td>
351-</tr>
352-
353-<tr>
354-<td>David Dapena Garrido</td>
355-<td></td>
356-<td></td>
357-</tr>
358-
359-<tr>
360-<td>Lars Kaufmann</td>
361-<td>Germany</td>
362-<td></td>
363-</tr>
364-
365-<tr>
366-<td>Kenneth Skala</td>
367-<td></td>
368-<td></td>
369-</tr>
370-
371-<tr>
372-<td>Zhenqi Pang</td>
373-<td></td>
374-<td><a href="http://www.dvd-software.info/">http://www.dvd-software.info/</a></td>
375-</tr>
376-
377-<tr>
378-<td>Beep Ltd.</td>
379-<td>Hungary</td>
380-<td><a href="http://www.interactv.tv/">http://www.interactv.tv/</a></td>
381-</tr>
382-
383-<tr>
384-<td>Glen English</td>
385-<td></td>
386-<td></td>
387-</tr>
388-
389-<tr>
390-<td>Solutions Inc.</td>
391-<td></td>
392-<td></td>
393-</tr>
394-
395-<tr>
396-<td>Michael Mueller</td>
397-<td>Germany</td>
398-<td></td>
399-</tr>
400-
401-<tr>
402-<td>Paul Connell</td>
403-<td>United Kingdom - Wales</td>
404-<td></td>
405-</tr>
406-
407-<tr>
408-<td>David Gerding</td>
409-<td></td>
410-<td><a href="http://www.versive.com">Versive LLC</a></td>
411-</tr>
412-
413-<tr>
414-<td>Phiroze Parakh</td>
415-<td></td>
416-<td></td>
417-</tr>
418-
419-<tr>
420-<td>FilZ.com</td>
421-<td></td>
422-<td><a href="http://www.fillz.com">http://www.fillz.com</a></td>
423-</tr>
424-
425-<tr>
426-<td>Drumbeat Insight</td>
427-<td></td>
428-<td><a href="http://drumbeatinsight.com/">http://drumbeatinsight.com/</a></td>
429-</tr>
430-
431-<tr>
432-<td>Tyler Tompkins</td>
433-<td></td>
434-<td></td>
435-</tr>
436-
437-<tr>
438-<td>Alexander Tsang</td>
439-<td></td>
440-<td></td>
441-</tr>
442-
443-<tr>
444-<td>Oleksandr Rudak</td>
445-<td></td>
446-<td></td>
447-</tr>
448-
449-<tr>
450-<td>POG guys</td>
451-<td></td>
452-<td><a href="http://www.phpobjectgenerator.com/">http://www.phpobjectgenerator.com/</a></td>
453-</tr>
454-
455-<tr>
456-<td>Dov Nir Aides</td>
457-<td></td>
458-<td><a href="http://www.digitalpeers.com/">http://www.digitalpeers.com/</a></td>
459-</tr>
460-
461-<tr>
462-<td>Marc te Vruchte</td>
463-<td></td>
464-<td></td>
465-</tr>
466-
467-<tr>
468-<td>Torsten Weber</td>
469-<td>Germany</td>
470-<td><a href="http://www.dotnet-leipzig.de/">.NET User Group Leipzig</a></td>
471-</tr>
472-
473-<tr>
474-<td>Ilium Software</td>
475-<td></td>
476-<td><a href="http://www.iliumsoft.com/">Ilium Software</a></td>
477-</tr>
478-
479-<tr>
480-<td>Mark Shuttleworth</td>
481-<td></td>
482-<td></td>
483-</tr>
484-
485-<tr>
486-<td>Gordon R. Reynolds</td>
487-<td></td>
488-<td></td>
489-</tr>
490-
491-<tr>
492-<td>Masato Kawakatsu</td>
493-<td></td>
494-<td></td>
495-</tr>
496-
497-<tr>
498-<td>Jason Young</td>
499-<td></td>
500-<td><a href="http://www.young-technologies.com/">http://www.young-technologies.com/</a></td>
501-</tr>
502-
503-<tr>
504-<td>Giel van Schijndel</td>
505-<td></td>
506-<td></td>
507-</tr>
508-
509-<tr>
510-<td>Sanjaya</td>
511-<td></td>
512-<td></td>
513-</tr>
514-
515-<tr>
516-<td>Michael Sparks</td>
517-<td>USA</td>
518-<td></td>
519-</tr>
520-
521-<tr>
522-<td>Jens Geyer</td>
523-<td>Germany</td>
524-<td></td>
525-</tr>
526-
527-<tr>
528-<td>Yuji Okazawa</td>
529-<td></td>
530-<td></td>
531-</tr>
532-
533-<tr>
534-<td>MIL Software</td>
535-<td></td>
536-<td><a href="http://www.milsoftware.com">http://www.milsoftware.com</a></td>
537-</tr>
538-
539-<tr>
540-<td>Jon Acker</td>
541-<td></td>
542-<td></td>
543-</tr>
544-
545-<tr>
546-<td>Thigma Consulting</td>
547-<td></td>
548-<td><a href="http://thigma.com">http://thigma.com</a></td>
549-</tr>
550-
551-<tr>
552-<td>Olivier Temam</td>
553-<td></td>
554-<td></td>
555-</tr>
556-
557-<tr>
558-<td>George Wieggers</td>
559-<td></td>
560-<td></td>
561-</tr>
562-
563-<tr>
564-<td>J. Barclay Burger</td>
565-<td></td>
566-<td></td>
567-</tr>
568-
569-<tr>
570-<td>Dream Prints Inc.</td>
571-<td>USA</td>
572-<td><a href="http://www.iceposter.com/">Dream Prints Inc.</a></td>
573-</tr>
574-
575-<tr>
576-<td>RunUO Software</td>
577-<td></td>
578-<td></td>
579-</tr>
580-
581-<tr>
582-<td>Eric Smith</td>
583-<td>USA</td>
584-<td><a href="http://www.codesmithtools.com/">CodeSmith Tools, LLC</a></td>
585-</tr>
586-
587-<tr>
588-<td>Tobias Delbruck</td>
589-<td></td>
590-<td></td>
591-</tr>
592-
593-</tbody>
594-</table>
595-</div>
596-
597-<br>
598-</br>
599-
600-<h3>Donators before 1.3 release</h3>
601-
602-<div class="table">
603-<table summary="Donators" width="80%">
604-<thead>
605-<tr>
606-<th width="20%">Name</th>
607-<th width="20%">Country</th>
608-<th width="60%">Organization</th>
609-</tr>
610-</thead>
611-<tbody>
612-
613-<tr>
614-<td>Edward Rosenberg</td>
615-<td></td>
616-<td></td>
617-</tr>
618-
619-<tr>
620-<td>Eye Of The Art</td>
621-<td></td>
622-<td><a href="http://www.eyeoftheart.com">Eye Of The Art</a></td>
623-</tr>
624-
625-<tr>
626-<td>RA Consulting GmbH</td>
627-<td>Germany</td>
628-<td><a href="http://www.rac.de">RA Consulting GmbH</a></td>
629-</tr>
630-
631-<tr>
632-<td>Les Matheson</td>
633-<td></td>
634-<td></td>
635-</tr>
636-
637-<tr>
638-<td>Jason Buberel</td>
639-<td></td>
640-<td></td>
641-</tr>
642-
643-<tr>
644-<td>Michael Mazour</td>
645-<td></td>
646-<td></td>
647-</tr>
648-
649-<tr>
650-<td>Ewald Kicker</td>
651-<td>Austria</td>
652-<td><a href="http://www.very-clever.com/">http://www.very-clever.com/</a></td>
653-</tr>
654-
655-<tr>
656-<td>Denis Jouvin</td>
657-<td></td>
658-<td></td>
659-</tr>
660-
661-<tr>
662-<td>Donna Smith</td>
663-<td></td>
664-<td></td>
665-</tr>
666-
667-<tr>
668-<td>Hugh Winkler</td>
669-<td></td>
670-<td></td>
671-</tr>
672-
673-<tr>
674-<td>Nicholas Appelmans</td>
675-<td></td>
676-<td></td>
677-</tr>
678-
679-<tr>
680-<td>Metrohm AG</td>
681-<td>Switzerland</td>
682-<td><a href="http://www.metrohm.com/">http://www.metrohm.com/</a></td>
683-</tr>
684-
685-<tr>
686-<td>Mike Lischke</td>
687-<td></td>
688-<td><a href="http://www.soft-gems.net/">Soft Gems</a></td>
689-</tr>
690-
691-<tr>
692-<td>Roger Lynx</td>
693-<td></td>
694-<td></td>
695-</tr>
696-
697-<tr>
698-<td>Henryk Trappmann</td>
699-<td></td>
700-<td></td>
701-</tr>
702-
703-<tr>
704-<td>Timothy Peierls</td>
705-<td></td>
706-<td></td>
707-</tr>
708-
709-<tr>
710-<td>Mark Johnson</td>
711-<td></td>
712-<td></td>
713-</tr>
714-
715-<tr>
716-<td>Trelgol</td>
717-<td></td>
718-<td></td>
719-</tr>
720-
721-<tr>
722-<td>Michael L. Drew</td>
723-<td>USA</td>
724-<td><a href="http://www.drewtech.com">Drew Technologies, Inc.</a></td>
725-</tr>
726-
727-<tr>
728-<td>Matthew Mullenweg</td>
729-<td></td>
730-<td><a href="http://wordpress.org">WordPress</a></td>
731-</tr>
732-
733-<tr>
734-<td>Jeff Springer</td>
735-<td>USA</td>
736-<td></td>
737-</tr>
738-
739-<tr>
740-<td>Colin Gravill</td>
741-<td>United Kingdom</td>
742-<td></td>
743-</tr>
744-
745-<tr>
746-<td>Jan Slama</td>
747-<td>Czech republic</td>
748-<td></td>
749-</tr>
750-
751-<tr>
752-<td>Jan Osusky</td>
753-<td>Slovakia</td>
754-<td></td>
755-</tr>
756-
757-<tr>
758-<td>Johannes Selbach</td>
759-<td>Germany</td>
760-<td><a href="http://www.axandra-web-site-promotion-software-tool.com/">Web site promotion software</a></td>
761-</tr>
762-
763-<tr>
764-<td>Keith Copenhagen</td>
765-<td></td>
766-<td></td>
767-</tr>
768-
769-<tr>
770-<td>Vijay Avarachen</td>
771-<td>USA</td>
772-<td>Dana Corporation</td>
773-</tr>
774-<tr>
775-
776-<td>Victor Mote</td>
777-<td></td>
778-<td></td>
779-</tr>
780-
781-<tr>
782-<td>Valery Le Khanh Van</td>
783-<td>France - Essonne (91)</td>
784-<td></td>
785-</tr>
786-
787-<tr>
788-<td>Johan Neidenmark</td>
789-<td></td>
790-<td></td>
791-</tr>
792-
793-<tr>
794-<td>Adam Dorritie</td>
795-<td>USA</td>
796-<td></td>
797-</tr>
798-
799-<tr>
800-<td>Rene Ceballos</td>
801-<td></td>
802-<td></td>
803-</tr>
804-
805-<tr>
806-<td>Steve Kramer</td>
807-<td></td>
808-<td></td>
809-</tr>
810-
811-<tr>
812-<td>Tom Rose</td>
813-<td></td>
814-<td></td>
815-</tr>
816-
817-<tr>
818-<td>Robert Wetzlmayr</td>
819-<td></td>
820-<td></td>
821-</tr>
822-
823-<tr>
824-<td>Costupdate</td>
825-<td></td>
826-<td><a href="http://www.costupdate.com">Costupdate</a></td>
827-</tr>
828-
829-<tr>
830-<td>Mary Fredborg</td>
831-<td></td>
832-<td></td>
833-</tr>
834-
835-<tr>
836-<td>Jonathan Steed</td>
837-<td></td>
838-<td></td>
839-</tr>
840-
841-<tr>
842-<td>Andreas May</td>
843-<td>Germany</td>
844-<td></td>
845-</tr>
846-
847-<tr>
848-<td>Mattias Aronsson</td>
849-<td></td>
850-<td></td>
851-</tr>
852-
853-<tr>
854-<td>John Dawson</td>
855-<td></td>
856-<td></td>
857-</tr>
858-
859-<tr>
860-<td>Adrian Burden</td>
861-<td></td>
862-<td></td>
863-</tr>
864-
865-<tr>
866-<td>Lahni und Partner</td>
867-<td></td>
868-<td></td>
869-</tr>
870-
871-<tr>
872-<td>Kirsch, Krienke, Milz, Nolte</td>
873-<td>Germany</td>
874-<td><a href="http://www.c-kn.de/">Computertechnik Krienke & Nolte GbR.</a></td>
875-</tr>
876-
877-<tr>
878-<td>Phil Helms</td>
879-<td></td>
880-<td></td>
881-</tr>
882-
883-<tr>
884-<td>Bernd Giegerich</td>
885-<td>Germany</td>
886-<td>Yeah! I'm gonna grab that bag of potato chips, lean back and watch Russel Crowe sail around the world... Thanks!</td>
887-</tr>
888-
889-<tr>
890-<td>Mahmoud Arram</td>
891-<td></td>
892-<td></td>
893-</tr>
894-
895-<tr>
896-<td>Norman Young</td>
897-<td>Canada</td>
898-<td></td>
899-</tr>
900-
901-<tr>
902-<td>R.N. Sawers</td>
903-<td>UK</td>
904-<td></td>
905-</tr>
906-
907-<tr>
908-<td>Michael Allenspach</td>
909-<td>Switzerland</td>
910-<td></td>
911-</tr>
912-
913-<tr>
914-<td>Roger Searjeant</td>
915-<td>UK</td>
916-<td></td>
917-</tr>
918-
919-<tr>
920-<td>Sven Prevrhal</td>
921-<td>USA</td>
922-<td></td>
923-</tr>
924-
925-<tr>
926-<td>Florian von Walte</td>
927-<td></td>
928-<td></td>
929-</tr>
930-
931-<tr>
932-<td>Hanhwe Kim</td>
933-<td></td>
934-<td></td>
935-</tr>
936-
937-<tr>
938-<td>Jörg Vollmer</td>
939-<td></td>
940-<td></td>
941-</tr>
942-
943-<tr>
944-<td>Tobias Schäfer</td>
945-<td></td>
946-<td></td>
947-</tr>
948-
949-<tr>
950-<td>Daniel Heap</td>
951-<td></td>
952-<td></td>
953-</tr>
954-
955-<tr>
956-<td>Pawel Pabich</td>
957-<td></td>
958-<td></td>
959-</tr>
960-
961-<tr>
962-<td>Harold Sinclair</td>
963-<td></td>
964-<td></td>
965-</tr>
966-
967-<tr>
968-<td>Kirk House</td>
969-<td></td>
970-<td></td>
971-</tr>
972-
973-<tr>
974-<td>Matthew Brumley</td>
975-<td></td>
976-<td></td>
977-</tr>
978-
979-<tr>
980-<td>Aron Wieck</td>
981-<td>Germany</td>
982-<td><a href="http://www.entropia.biz">Entropia Software GmbH</a></td>
983-</tr>
984-
985-<tr>
986-<td>Marcus Cuda</td>
987-<td></td>
988-<td></td>
989-</tr>
990-
991-<tr>
992-<td>Simon Wiest</td>
993-<td>Germany</td>
994-<td></td>
995-</tr>
996-
997-<tr>
998-<td>Markus Jeitschko</td>
999-<td>Austria</td>
1000-<td><a href="http://www.automaten-donauland.at">Automaten Donauland K.F.Jeitschko KG</a></td>
1001-</tr>
1002-
1003-<tr>
1004-<td>Herwig Abele</td>
1005-<td>Germany</td>
1006-<td>Perfect timing. I just ran out of reading material. Thanks!</td>
1007-</tr>
1008-
1009-<tr>
1010-<td>Benjamin Kalytta</td>
1011-<td>Germany</td>
1012-<td><a href="http://www.kalytta.com">www.kalytta.com</a></td>
1013-</tr>
1014-
1015-<tr>
1016-<td>Kevin J Baird</td>
1017-<td></td>
1018-<td></td>
1019-</tr>
1020-
1021-<tr>
1022-<td>Metric Media</td>
1023-<td></td>
1024-<td><a href="http://metricmedia.com">Metric Media</a></td>
1025-</tr>
1026-
1027-<tr>
1028-<td>Les Matheson</td>
1029-<td></td>
1030-<td></td>
1031-</tr>
1032-
1033-<tr>
1034-<td>Mathias Berchtold</td>
1035-<td>Switzerland</td>
1036-<td><a href="http://www.smartftp.com/">SmartFTP</a></td>
1037-</tr>
1038-
1039-<tr>
1040-<td>Martin Schmidt</td>
1041-<td>Germany</td>
1042-<td><a href="http://www.wunsch-galerie.de/">Wunsch Galerie</a></td>
1043-</tr>
1044-
1045-<tr>
1046-<td>Robert Taylor</td>
1047-<td></td>
1048-<td></td>
1049-</tr>
1050-
1051-<tr>
1052-<td>Michael Waddell</td>
1053-<td></td>
1054-<td></td>
1055-</tr>
1056-
1057-<tr>
1058-<td>Istvan Agoston</td>
1059-<td></td>
1060-<td></td>
1061-</tr>
1062-
1063-<tr>
1064-<td>Michael Ullrich</td>
1065-<td></td>
1066-<td></td>
1067-</tr>
1068-
1069-<tr>
1070-<td>Dave Van den Eynde</td>
1071-<td>Belgium</td>
1072-<td></td>
1073-</tr>
1074-
1075-<tr>
1076-<td>Ben Wong</td>
1077-<td></td>
1078-<td></td>
1079-</tr>
1080-
1081-<tr>
1082-<td>ThePCFriends.com Team</td>
1083-<td></td>
1084-<td><a href="http://www.thepcfriends.com/">http://www.thepcfriends.com/</a></td>
1085-</tr>
1086-
1087-<tr>
1088-<td>Mindlube Software</td>
1089-<td></td>
1090-<td><a href="http://www.mindlube.com">http://www.mindlube.com</a></td>
1091-</tr>
1092-
1093-<tr>
1094-<td>Robert H. Fletcher</td>
1095-<td>USA</td>
1096-<td></td>
1097-</tr>
1098-
1099-<tr>
1100-<td>Lyndell St Ville</td>
1101-<td></td>
1102-<td></td>
1103-</tr>
1104-
1105-<tr>
1106-<td>Jonas Oestman</td>
1107-<td></td>
1108-<td></td>
1109-</tr>
1110-
1111-<tr>
1112-<td>Peter DeGregorio</td>
1113-<td></td>
1114-<td></td>
1115-</tr>
1116-
1117-<tr>
1118-<td>Shrishail Rana</td>
1119-<td></td>
1120-<td></td>
1121-</tr>
1122-
1123-<tr>
1124-<td>G. Richard Bellamy</td>
1125-<td></td>
1126-<td></td>
1127-</tr>
1128-
1129-<tr>
1130-<td>Thomas Larsen</td>
1131-<td></td>
1132-<td></td>
1133-</tr>
1134-
1135-<tr>
1136-<td>Norman Young</td>
1137-<td></td>
1138-<td></td>
1139-</tr>
1140-
1141-<tr>
1142-<td>Greg Stevenson</td>
1143-<td>USA</td>
1144-<td></td>
1145-</tr>
1146-
1147-<tr>
1148-<td>Marcel Kloubert</td>
1149-<td></td>
1150-<td></td>
1151-</tr>
1152-
1153-<tr>
1154-<td>Conrad Poelman</td>
1155-<td>USA</td>
1156-<td></td>
1157-</tr>
1158-
1159-<tr>
1160-<td>Rafael Calderon</td>
1161-<td></td>
1162-<td></td>
1163-</tr>
1164-
1165-</tbody>
1166-</table>
1167-</div>
1168-
1169-<br>
1170-</br>
1171-
1172-<h3>Donators before 1.2 release</h3>
1173-
1174-<div class="table">
1175-<table summary="Donators" width="80%">
1176-<thead>
1177-<tr>
1178-<th width="20%">Name</th>
1179-<th width="20%">Country</th>
1180-<th width="60%">Organization</th>
1181-</tr>
1182-</thead>
1183-<tbody>
1184-
1185-<tr>
1186-<td>Peter Loch</td>
1187-<td></td>
1188-<td><a href="http://www.easy2000.net">easy2000 Software</a></td>
1189-</tr>
1190-
1191-<tr>
1192-<td>Jason Swartz</td>
1193-<td></td>
1194-<td></td>
1195-</tr>
1196-
1197-<tr>
1198-<td>Instill Vision</td>
1199-<td></td>
1200-<td></td>
1201-</tr>
1202-
1203-<tr>
1204-<td>Rene Serradeil</td>
1205-<td>Germany</td>
1206-<td></td>
1207-</tr>
1208-
1209-<tr>
1210-<td>Les Matheson</td>
1211-<td></td>
1212-<td></td>
1213-</tr>
1214-
1215-<tr>
1216-<td>Kai-Wen Chung</td>
1217-<td></td>
1218-<td></td>
1219-</tr>
1220-
1221-<tr>
1222-<td>Lothar Mausz</td>
1223-<td>Austria</td>
1224-<td><a href="http://www.go-mobile.at">http://www.go-mobile.at</a></td>
1225-</tr>
1226-
1227-<tr>
1228-<td>Jianbo Gao</td>
1229-<td></td>
1230-<td></td>
1231-</tr>
1232-
1233-<tr>
1234-<td>Lucas Breedveld</td>
1235-<td></td>
1236-<td></td>
1237-</tr>
1238-
1239-<tr>
1240-<td>Martin Mueller</td>
1241-<td></td>
1242-<td></td>
1243-</tr>
1244-
1245-<tr>
1246-<td>Brian Huddleston</td>
1247-<td></td>
1248-<td></td>
1249-</tr>
1250-
1251-<tr>
1252-<td>Christopher DeGuise</td>
1253-<td>USA</td>
1254-<td></td>
1255-</tr>
1256-
1257-<tr>
1258-<td>Irvin Shapiro</td>
1259-<td></td>
1260-<td></td>
1261-</tr>
1262-
1263-<tr>
1264-<td>Nick Gilbert</td>
1265-<td></td>
1266-<td></td>
1267-</tr>
1268-
1269-<tr>
1270-<td>John Jarvis</td>
1271-<td>Canada</td>
1272-<td></td>
1273-</tr>
1274-
1275-<tr>
1276-<td>Robert Wetzold</td>
1277-<td>Germany</td>
1278-<td><a href="http://www.fibotrader.com">www.fibotrader.com</a></td>
1279-</tr>
1280-
1281-<tr>
1282-<td>Kevin J Baird</td>
1283-<td></td>
1284-<td></td>
1285-</tr>
1286-
1287-<tr>
1288-<td>Justin Randall</td>
1289-<td>USA</td>
1290-<td></td>
1291-</tr>
1292-
1293-<tr>
1294-<td>Timothy Peierls</td>
1295-<td>USA</td>
1296-<td></td>
1297-</tr>
1298-
1299-<tr>
1300-<td>Tianzhen Lin</td>
1301-<td></td>
1302-<td></td>
1303-</tr>
1304-
1305-<tr>
1306-<td>John Jarvis</td>
1307-<td></td>
1308-<td></td>
1309-</tr>
1310-
1311-<tr>
1312-<td>Thomas Zehetner</td>
1313-<td>Austria</td>
1314-<td><a href="http://www.pcfreunde.de">www.pcfreunde.de</a></td>
1315-</tr>
1316-
1317-<tr>
1318-<td>Achim Schweisguth</td>
1319-<td>Germany</td>
1320-<td></td>
1321-</tr>
1322-
1323-<tr>
1324-<td>Justin Randall</td>
1325-<td></td>
1326-<td></td>
1327-</tr>
1328-
1329-<tr>
1330-<td>Martin Serrano</td>
1331-<td></td>
1332-<td></td>
1333-</tr>
1334-
1335-<tr>
1336-<td>James Ryley</td>
1337-<td></td>
1338-<td><a href="http://www.freepatentsonline.com/">http://www.freepatentsonline.com/</a></td>
1339-</tr>
1340-
1341-<tr>
1342-<td>Point Line Plane Design Co.</td>
1343-<td></td>
1344-<td><a href="http://pointlineplane.ca/">http://pointlineplane.ca/</a></td>
1345-</tr>
1346-
1347-<tr>
1348-<td>Glen S. Dayton</td>
1349-<td>USA</td>
1350-<td><a href="http://www.sagent.com">Sagent Group</a></td>
1351-</tr>
1352-
1353-<tr>
1354-<td>Stefan Kanarski</td>
1355-<td>Germany</td>
1356-<td></td>
1357-</tr>
1358-
1359-<tr>
1360-<td>Denis Molina Dominguez</td>
1361-<td>Germany</td>
1362-<td></td>
1363-</tr>
1364-
1365-<tr>
1366-<td>William Fairman</td>
1367-<td></td>
1368-<td></td>
1369-</tr>
1370-
1371-<tr>
1372-<td>Stuart MacKenzie</td>
1373-<td></td>
1374-<td></td>
1375-</tr>
1376-
1377-<tr>
1378-<td>STCU</td>
1379-<td></td>
1380-<td><a href="http://www.stcu.org">www.stcu.org</a></td>
1381-</tr>
1382-
1383-<tr>
1384-<td>Markus Hannebauer</td>
1385-<td>Germany</td>
1386-<td><a href="http://www.think-cell.com">think-cell Software</a></td>
1387-</tr>
1388-
1389-<tr>
1390-<td>Timothy Peierls</td>
1391-<td></td>
1392-<td></td>
1393-</tr>
1394-
1395-<tr>
1396-<td>Abraham Fowler</td>
1397-<td></td>
1398-<td></td>
1399-</tr>
1400-
1401-<tr>
1402-<td>Roland Leupi</td>
1403-<td>Switzerland</td>
1404-<td></td>
1405-</tr>
1406-
1407-<tr>
1408-<td>Peter Theill</td>
1409-<td></td>
1410-<td></td>
1411-</tr>
1412-
1413-<tr>
1414-<td>Matthew Mullenweg</td>
1415-<td></td>
1416-<td></td>
1417-</tr>
1418-
1419-<tr>
1420-<td>Nicola Ken Barozzi</td>
1421-<td></td>
1422-<td></td>
1423-</tr>
1424-
1425-<tr>
1426-<td>Competent Technologies Inc.</td>
1427-<td></td>
1428-<td><a href="http://www.competent.com">http://www.competent.com</a></td>
1429-</tr>
1430-
1431-<tr>
1432-<td>Richard Robson</td>
1433-<td></td>
1434-<td></td>
1435-</tr>
1436-
1437-<tr>
1438-<td>Matthew Grooms</td>
1439-<td>USA</td>
1440-<td></td>
1441-</tr>
1442-
1443-<tr>
1444-<td>Salman Khatri</td>
1445-<td>USA</td>
1446-<td><a href="http://www.macquarium.com/">Macquarium, Inc</a></td>
1447-</tr>
1448-
1449-<tr>
1450-<td>Richard Haber</td>
1451-<td>USA</td>
1452-<td></td>
1453-</tr>
1454-
1455-<tr>
1456-<td>Spaleon.com</td>
1457-<td></td>
1458-<td></td>
1459-</tr>
1460-
1461-<tr>
1462-<td>Phil Caetano</td>
1463-<td>Canada</td>
1464-<td></td>
1465-</tr>
1466-
1467-<tr>
1468-<td>Alexandre Gorbatchev</td>
1469-<td>Canada</td>
1470-<td></td>
1471-</tr>
1472-
1473-<tr>
1474-<td>Jozsef Hontvari</td>
1475-<td>Hungary</td>
1476-<td><a href="http://www.flyordie.com">FlyOrDie.com</a></td>
1477-</tr>
1478-
1479-<tr>
1480-<td>Mark Johnson</td>
1481-<td></td>
1482-<td></td>
1483-</tr>
1484-
1485-<tr>
1486-<td>Jens Scheidtmann</td>
1487-<td>Germany</td>
1488-<td></td>
1489-</tr>
1490-
1491-<tr>
1492-<td>Mark Brown</td>
1493-<td></td>
1494-<td></td>
1495-</tr>
1496-
1497-<tr>
1498-<td>Denis Linine</td>
1499-<td></td>
1500-<td></td>
1501-</tr>
1502-
1503-<tr>
1504-<td>George Wieggers</td>
1505-<td>Netherlands</td>
1506-<td></td>
1507-</tr>
1508-
1509-<tr>
1510-<td>Kostas Pyliouras</td>
1511-<td>Germany</td>
1512-<td></td>
1513-</tr>
1514-
1515-<tr>
1516-<td>Paul Nguyen</td>
1517-<td></td>
1518-<td></td>
1519-</tr>
1520-
1521-<tr>
1522-<td>Ervin Walter</td>
1523-<td>USA</td>
1524-<td></td>
1525-</tr>
1526-
1527-<tr>
1528-<td>Richard Jernigan</td>
1529-<td></td>
1530-<td></td>
1531-</tr>
1532-
1533-<tr>
1534-<td>Peter Mergaerts</td>
1535-<td></td>
1536-<td></td>
1537-</tr>
1538-
1539-<tr>
1540-<td>Greg Vander Rhodes</td>
1541-<td></td>
1542-<td></td>
1543-</tr>
1544-
1545-<tr>
1546-<td>Shannon Holland</td>
1547-<td></td>
1548-<td></td>
1549-</tr>
1550-
1551-<tr>
1552-<td>Hisashi Fujieda</td>
1553-<td></td>
1554-<td></td>
1555-</tr>
1556-
1557-<tr>
1558-<td>Kenneth Gangstoe</td>
1559-<td></td>
1560-<td></td>
1561-</tr>
1562-
1563-<tr>
1564-<td>Don Dayley</td>
1565-<td></td>
1566-<td></td>
1567-</tr>
1568-
1569-<tr>
1570-<td>Graham Knight</td>
1571-<td></td>
1572-<td></td>
1573-</tr>
1574-
1575-<tr>
1576-<td>Sebastian Witt</td>
1577-<td></td>
1578-<td></td>
1579-</tr>
1580-
1581-<tr>
1582-<td>Michael &amp; Joel</td>
1583-<td>USA</td>
1584-<td><a href="http://www.fogcreek.com">Fog Creek Software</a></td>
1585-</tr>
1586-
1587-<tr>
1588-<td>Bruce R. Modick</td>
1589-<td>USA</td>
1590-<td></td>
1591-</tr>
1592-
1593-<tr>
1594-<td>Sean Moss-Pultz</td>
1595-<td>USA</td>
1596-<td></td>
1597-</tr>
1598-
1599-<tr>
1600-<td>Ian Bevan</td>
1601-<td>New Zealand</td>
1602-<td></td>
1603-</tr>
1604-
1605-<tr>
1606-<td>Christian Schaffner</td>
1607-<td>Switzerland</td>
1608-<td></td>
1609-</tr>
1610-
1611-<tr>
1612-<td>Eric Hanchrow</td>
1613-<td>USA</td>
1614-<td></td>
1615-</tr>
1616-
1617-<tr>
1618-<td>Jim Sokoloff</td>
1619-<td>USA</td>
1620-<td></td>
1621-</tr>
1622-
1623-<tr>
1624-<td>Craig Findlay</td>
1625-<td>Australia</td>
1626-<td></td>
1627-</tr>
1628-
1629-<tr>
1630-<td>Wolfgang Deutsch</td>
1631-<td>Austria</td>
1632-<td></td>
1633-</tr>
1634-
1635-<tr>
1636-<td>Greg Martyn</td>
1637-<td>USA</td>
1638-<td></td>
1639-</tr>
1640-
1641-<tr>
1642-<td>Reinhard Engmann</td>
1643-<td>Germany</td>
1644-<td></td>
1645-</tr>
1646-
1647-</tbody>
1648-</table>
1649-</div>
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1651-<div style="clear:both">
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1653-<p>
1654-If you want to see who worked on the project, check our
1655-<a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/contributors.html">contributors page</a>
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45
5- <p> TortoiseSVN is a really easy-to-use version control / source control client under a GPL license, i.e. it's free! <br />
6- Since it's not an integration for a <em>specific</em> IDE you can use it with whatever development tools you like. </p>
7- <h2>Features of TortoiseSVN/Subversion</h2>
8- <ul>
9- <li>Easy to use</li>
10- <ul>
11- <li>all commands are available directly from the
12- <a href="/ExplorerIntegration.html#contextmenus">windows explorer</a>.</li>
13- <li>only commands that make sense for the selected file/folder are shown. You won't
14- see any commands that you can't use in your situation.</li>
15- <li>See the <a href="/ExplorerIntegration.html#overlays">status of your files</a> directly in the Windows explorer</li>
16- <li>descriptive dialogs, constantly improved due to user feedback</li>
17- <li>allows moving files by right-dragging them in the windows explorer</li>
18- </ul>
19- <li>All Subversion protocols are supported</li>
20- <ul>
21- <li>http://</li>
22- <li>https://</li>
23- <li>svn://</li>
24- <li>svn+ssh://</li>
25- <li>file:///</li>
26- <li>svn+XXX://</li>
27- </ul>
28- <li>Powerful commit dialog</li>
29- <ul>
30- <li><a href="/commitdialog.html#spellchecker">integrated spell checker</a> for log messages</li>
31- <li><a href="/commitdialog.html#autocompletion">auto completion</a> of paths and keywords of the modified files</li>
32- <li><a href="/commitdialog.html#textformatting">text formatting</a> with special chars [<a href="#version14">*</a>]</li>
33- </ul>
34- <li>The big picture</li>
35- <ul>
36- <li>Can create a <a href="/bigpicture.html#revisiongraph">graph</a> of all revisions/commits. You can then easily see where
37- you created a tag/branch or modified a file/folder</li>
38- <li>Graphs of <a href="/bigpicture.html#statistics">commit statistics</a> of the project</li>
39- <li>Easy <a href="/bigpicture.html#dirdiff">comparing of two branches or tags</a> [<a href="#version14">*</a>]</li>
40- </ul>
41- <li>Per project settings</li>
42- <ul>
43- <li>minimum log message length to avoid accidentally committing with an empty log message</li>
44- <li>language to use for the spell checker</li>
45- </ul>
46- <li>Integration with issuetrackers</li>
47- <ul>
48- <li>A separate input box to enter the issue number assigned to the commit, or coloring of
49- the issue number directly in the log message itself</li>
50- <li>When showing all log messages, an extra column is added with the issue number. You can
51- immediately see to which issue the commit belongs to.</li>
52- <li>Issue numbers are converted into links which open the webbrowser directly on the
53- corresponding issue</li>
54- <li>Optional warning if a commit isn't assigned to an issue number</li>
55- </ul>
56- <li>Helpful Tools</li>
57- <ul>
58- <li>TortoiseMerge</li>
59- <ul>
60- <li>Shows changes you made to your files</li>
61- <li>Helps resolving conflicts</li>
62- <li>Can apply patchfiles you got from users without commit access to your repository</li>
63- </ul>
64- <li>TortoiseBlame: to show blames of files. Shows also log messages for each line in a file.</li>
65- <li>TortoiseIDiff: to see the changes you made to your image files [<a href="#version14">*</a>]</li>
66- <li>SubWCRev: to include the revision numbers/dates/... into your source files</li>
67- </ul>
68- <li>Available in many languages</li>
69- <li>TortoiseSVN is stable</li>
70- <ul>
71- <li>Before every release, we create one or more 'release candidates' for adventurous people to test first.</li>
72- <li>During development cycles, many people test intermediate builds. These are built every night automatically
73- and made available to all our users. This helps finding bugs very early so they won't even get into an
74- official release.</li>
75- <li>A big user community helps out with testing each build before we release it.</li>
76- <li>A custom crash report tool is included in every TortoiseSVN release which helps us fix the bugs
77- much faster, even if you can't remember exactly what you did to trigger it.</li>
78- </ul>
79- <li>Support</li>
80- <ul>
81- <li>Extensive and descriptive <a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/doc_release">documentation</a>
82- is available in several formats and languages</li>
83- <li>A big list of <a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/faq">frequently asked questions</a>
84- and problems with all the answers is also available</li>
85- <li>For your specific problems, we have a <a href="/list_etiquette.html">mailing list</a> where many
86- users can help you. Usually you get an answer for your problem within a few hours.</li>
87- </ul>
88- </ul>
89- <a name="version14">
90- [*] These features are available in the upcoming 1.4.0 release.
91- <h2>System Requirements</h2>
92- <ul>
93- <li>
94- Win2k SP2 or WinXP or later, IE5.5 or later
95- </li>
96- </ul>
97- <h2>Latest Version</h2>
98- <ul>
99- <li>
100- <p><b>TortoiseSVN 1.3.5</b>, built against Subversion 1.3.2. Released 15 June 2006. <br>
101- Grab it from the <a href="/download.html">download page.</a></p>
102- </li>
103- </ul>
104- <h2>Source code</h2>
105- The whole source code is available zipped from our <a href="/download.html">download page.</a>
106- Just follow the link to download the binaries, the zipped source is there too.
107- <br />
108- TortoiseSVN is hosted on a subversion repository. You can:
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25+
26+<body>
27+
28+<!-- The class h2 is included on the main div, because the HTML which the
29+ server will wrap around the page includes a <div class="h2">.
30+ Thus, we include one here so that the page looks right when previewed
31+ locally, *but* we override the border which the CSS assigns to that
32+ style, so that we do not get two borders on the live page. -->
33+<div class="h2 app" id="customcontent">
34+
35+ <div style="text-align: center;">
36+ <img src="./tortoisesvn_logo_hor468x64.PNG" alt="TortoiseSVN" />
37+ <img src="./tortoisemerge_logo_hor468x64.png" alt="TortoiseMerge" />
38+ </div>
39+
40+
41+ <p> TortoiseSVN is a <a href="http://subversion.tigris.org" target="top_">Subversion</a> client, implemented as a windows shell extension.
42+ The coolest Interface to (Sub)Version Control.</p>
43+
44+ <p> TortoiseSVN is a really easy-to-use version control / source control client under a GPL license, i.e. it's free! <br />
45+ Since it's not an integration for a <em>specific</em> IDE you can use it with whatever development tools you like. </p>
46+ <h2>Latest Version</h2>
47+ <ul>
48+ <li>
49+ <p><b>TortoiseSVN 1.3.5</b>, built against Subversion 1.3.2. Released 15 June 2006. <br>
50+ Grab it from the <a href="/download.html">download page.</a></p>
51+ </li>
52+ <li><p>Don't forget to <a href="/donate.html">support</a> this project!</p>
53+ </li>
54+ </ul>
55+ <h2>Features of TortoiseSVN/Subversion</h2>
56+ <ul>
57+ <li>Easy to use</li>
10958 <ul>
110- <li>
111- <p>View the HEAD revision directly at
112- http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/svn/tortoisesvn/trunk
113- </p>
114- </li>
115- <li>
116- <p>Check out a working copy using TortoiseSVN - just click on the Tortoise!</p>
117- <a href="tsvn:http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/svn/tortoisesvn/trunk">
118- <img src="images/TortoiseCheckout.png"></a>
119- </li>
59+ <li>all commands are available directly from the
60+ <a href="/ExplorerIntegration.html#contextmenus">windows explorer</a>.</li>
61+ <li>only commands that make sense for the selected file/folder are shown. You won't
62+ see any commands that you can't use in your situation.</li>
63+ <li>See the <a href="/ExplorerIntegration.html#overlays">status of your files</a> directly in the Windows explorer</li>
64+ <li>descriptive dialogs, constantly improved due to user feedback</li>
65+ <li>allows moving files by right-dragging them in the windows explorer</li>
12066 </ul>
121- Note: we don't provide direct links to our repository to reduce the load a little.
122- If you really need the source, copy the links into your browser manually.
123- The last two options require authentication with the server.
124- You can use the guest account if you don't already have access there.
125- <br />
126- username : guest<br />
127- password : ""
128- <h2>Contributors</h2>
129- If you would like to know how many people are working on TortoiseSVN or just
130- helping the developers then have a look at the list of
131- <a href=http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/contributors.html>contributors</a>
132- or check out our <a href=/donate.html>Donate</a> page.
133- <h2>Related resources</h2>
67+ <li>All Subversion protocols are supported</li>
68+ <ul>
69+ <li>http://</li>
70+ <li>https://</li>
71+ <li>svn://</li>
72+ <li>svn+ssh://</li>
73+ <li>file:///</li>
74+ <li>svn+XXX://</li>
75+ </ul>
76+ <li>Powerful commit dialog</li>
77+ <ul>
78+ <li><a href="/commitdialog.html#spellchecker">integrated spell checker</a> for log messages</li>
79+ <li><a href="/commitdialog.html#autocompletion">auto completion</a> of paths and keywords of the modified files</li>
80+ <li><a href="/commitdialog.html#textformatting">text formatting</a> with special chars [<a href="#version14">*</a>]</li>
81+ </ul>
82+ <li>The big picture</li>
83+ <ul>
84+ <li>Can create a <a href="/bigpicture.html#revisiongraph">graph</a> of all revisions/commits. You can then easily see where
85+ you created a tag/branch or modified a file/folder</li>
86+ <li>Graphs of <a href="/bigpicture.html#statistics">commit statistics</a> of the project</li>
87+ <li>Easy <a href="/bigpicture.html#dirdiff">comparing of two branches or tags</a> [<a href="#version14">*</a>]</li>
88+ </ul>
89+ <li>Per project settings</li>
90+ <ul>
91+ <li>minimum log message length to avoid accidentally committing with an empty log message</li>
92+ <li>language to use for the spell checker</li>
93+ </ul>
94+ <li>Integration with issuetrackers</li>
95+ <ul>
96+ <li>A separate input box to enter the issue number assigned to the commit, or coloring of
97+ the issue number directly in the log message itself</li>
98+ <li>When showing all log messages, an extra column is added with the issue number. You can
99+ immediately see to which issue the commit belongs to.</li>
100+ <li>Issue numbers are converted into links which open the webbrowser directly on the
101+ corresponding issue</li>
102+ <li>Optional warning if a commit isn't assigned to an issue number</li>
103+ </ul>
104+ <li>Helpful Tools</li>
105+ <ul>
106+ <li>TortoiseMerge</li>
107+ <ul>
108+ <li>Shows changes you made to your files</li>
109+ <li>Helps resolving conflicts</li>
110+ <li>Can apply patchfiles you got from users without commit access to your repository</li>
111+ </ul>
112+ <li>TortoiseBlame: to show blames of files. Shows also log messages for each line in a file.</li>
113+ <li>TortoiseIDiff: to see the changes you made to your image files [<a href="#version14">*</a>]</li>
114+ <li>SubWCRev: to include the revision numbers/dates/... into your source files</li>
115+ </ul>
116+ <li>Available in many languages</li>
117+ <li>TortoiseSVN is stable</li>
118+ <ul>
119+ <li>Before every release, we create one or more 'release candidates' for adventurous people to test first.</li>
120+ <li>During development cycles, many people test intermediate builds. These are built every night automatically
121+ and made available to all our users. This helps finding bugs very early so they won't even get into an
122+ official release.</li>
123+ <li>A big user community helps out with testing each build before we release it.</li>
124+ <li>A custom crash report tool is included in every TortoiseSVN release which helps us fix the bugs
125+ much faster, even if you can't remember exactly what you did to trigger it.</li>
126+ </ul>
127+ <li>Support</li>
128+ <ul>
129+ <li>Extensive and descriptive <a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/doc_release">documentation</a>
130+ is available in several formats and languages</li>
131+ <li>A big list of <a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/faq">frequently asked questions</a>
132+ and problems with all the answers is also available</li>
133+ <li>For your specific problems, we have a <a href="/list_etiquette.html">mailing list</a> where many
134+ users can help you. Usually you get an answer for your problem within a few hours.</li>
135+ </ul>
136+ </ul>
137+ <a name="version14">
138+ [*] These features are available in the upcoming 1.4.0 release.
139+ <h2>System Requirements</h2>
140+ <ul>
141+ <li>
142+ Win2k SP2 or WinXP or later, IE5.5 or later
143+ </li>
144+ </ul>
145+ <h2>Source code</h2>
146+ The whole source code is available zipped from our <a href="/download.html">download page.</a>
147+ Just follow the link to download the binaries, the zipped source is there too.
148+ <br />
149+ TortoiseSVN is hosted on a subversion repository. You can:
134150 <ul>
135151 <li>
136- All hail the mighty
137- <a href="http://subversion.tigris.org">Subversion version control system</a>
152+ <p>View the HEAD revision directly at
153+ http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/svn/tortoisesvn/trunk
154+ </p>
138155 </li>
139156 <li>
140- Don't forget to check out <a href="http://www.tortoisecvs.org">TortoiseCVS</a>,
141- the inspiration and base for this project, thanks guys!
157+ <p>Check out a working copy using TortoiseSVN - just click on the Tortoise!</p>
158+ <a href="tsvn:http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/svn/tortoisesvn/trunk">
159+ <img src="images/TortoiseCheckout.png"></a>
142160 </li>
143161 </ul>
144- <hr noshade>
162+ Note: we don't provide direct links to our repository to reduce the load a little.
163+ If you really need the source, copy the links into your browser manually.
164+ The last two options require authentication with the server.
165+ You can use the guest account if you don't already have access there.
166+ <br />
167+ username : guest<br />
168+ password : ""
169+ <h2>Contributors</h2>
170+ If you would like to know how many people are working on TortoiseSVN or just
171+ helping the developers then have a look at the list of
172+ <a href=http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/contributors.html>contributors</a>
173+ or check out our <a href=/donate.html>Donate</a> page.
174+ <h2>Related resources</h2>
175+ <ul>
176+ <li>
177+ All hail the mighty
178+ <a href="http://subversion.tigris.org">Subversion version control system</a>
179+ </li>
180+ <li>
181+ Don't forget to check out <a href="http://www.tortoisecvs.org">TortoiseCVS</a>,
182+ the inspiration and base for this project, thanks guys!
183+ </li>
184+ </ul>
185+ <hr noshade>
186+</div>
187+</body>
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414
5-<p>A little bit of common sense should make it unneccessary to place this
6-etiquette here, but since many people don't seem to know some basic rules...
7-<div class="alert">
8-Here they are:
9-<ul>
10-<li>Answers go only to the mailing-list. If you don't want to subscribe to the
11- list, you can read the answers in the archives (see below) or ask that the
12- answers get CC'ed to you directly.</li>
13-<li>Don't mail the project owners directly. We are going to ditch these mails.</li>
14-<li>Answer below the quote.</li>
15-<li>Delete unnecessary text (signatures) in the quote.</li>
16-<li>No full quoting. Keep just enough of the original text so that others can
17-see the questions you are answering.</li>
18-<li>If you want to change to a different topic, create a new thread.
19-Don't just answer another message and replace the subject.</li>
20-<li>Limited text length per line (e.g. max. 72 characters).</li>
21-<li>No html or rtf mails</li>
22-<li>No big (larger than 10kB) attachments. Screenshots are ok, but send them as
23- jpeg's or png's. Some people sent us screenshots in a WORD document - don't
24- expect anyone to even open such a document.</li>
25-<li>Don't ask for mail receipts.</li>
26-<li>Don't send "out-of-office" replies or other autoresponder messages to the list.</li>
27-</ul>
28-for further reading see:
29-<ul>
30-<li><a href="http://learn.to/quote">How To Quote</a>.</li>
31-<li><a href="http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html">How To Ask Questions The Smart Way</a></li>
32-</ul>
33-</div>
34-Thanks.
35-</p>
36-<p>
37-Before you ask questions on the mailing list, please have a look at our archives:
38-<div class="table">
39-<table summary="Archives">
40-<tr>
41-<th>Users list</th>
42-<th>Developers list</th>
43-</tr>
44-<tbody>
45-<tr>
46-<td><a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/servlets/SummarizeList?listName=users">Tigris.org archives</a></td>
47-<td><a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/servlets/SummarizeList?listName=dev">Tigris.org archives</a></td>
48-</tr>
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54-<td><a href="http://news.gmane.org/gmane.comp.version-control.subversion.tortoisesvn.user">Gmane.org archives</a></td>
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56-</tr>
57-<tr>
58-<td><a href="http://svn.haxx.se/tsvnusers">haxx archives</a></td>
59-<td><a href="http://svn.haxx.se/tsvn">haxx archives</a></td>
60-</tr>
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62-</tbody>
63-</table>
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18+
19+<!-- The class h2 is included on the main div, because the HTML which the
20+ server will wrap around the page includes a <div class="h2">.
21+ Thus, we include one here so that the page looks right when previewed
22+ locally, *but* we override the border which the CSS assigns to that
23+ style, so that we do not get two borders on the live page. -->
24+<div class="h2 app" id="customcontent">
25+ <h1>TortoiseSVN Mailing Lists</h1>
26+
27+ <h2>Mailing List Etiquette</h2>
28+
29+ <p>A little bit of common sense should make it unneccessary to place this
30+ etiquette here, but since many people don't seem to know some basic rules...
31+ <div class="alert">
32+ Here they are:
33+ <ul>
34+ <li>Answers go only to the mailing-list. If you don't want to subscribe to the
35+ list, you can read the answers in the archives (see below) or ask that the
36+ answers get CC'ed to you directly.</li>
37+ <li>Don't mail the project owners directly. We are going to ditch these mails.</li>
38+ <li>Answer below the quote.</li>
39+ <li>Delete unnecessary text (signatures) in the quote.</li>
40+ <li>No full quoting. Keep just enough of the original text so that others can
41+ see the questions you are answering.</li>
42+ <li>If you want to change to a different topic, create a new thread.
43+ Don't just answer another message and replace the subject.</li>
44+ <li>Limited text length per line (e.g. max. 72 characters).</li>
45+ <li>No html or rtf mails</li>
46+ <li>No big (larger than 10kB) attachments. Screenshots are ok, but send them as
47+ jpeg's or png's. Some people sent us screenshots in a WORD document - don't
48+ expect anyone to even open such a document.</li>
49+ <li>Don't ask for mail receipts.</li>
50+ <li>Don't send "out-of-office" replies or other autoresponder messages to the list.</li>
51+ </ul>
52+ for further reading see:
53+ <ul>
54+ <li><a href="http://learn.to/quote">How To Quote</a>.</li>
55+ <li><a href="http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html">How To Ask Questions The Smart Way</a></li>
56+ </ul>
57+ </div>
58+ Thanks.
59+ </p>
60+ <p>
61+ Before you ask questions on the mailing list, please have a look at our archives:
62+ <div class="table">
63+ <table summary="Archives">
64+ <tr>
65+ <th>Users list</th>
66+ <th>Developers list</th>
67+ </tr>
68+ <tbody>
69+ <tr>
70+ <td><a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/servlets/SummarizeList?listName=users">Tigris.org archives</a></td>
71+ <td><a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/servlets/SummarizeList?listName=dev">Tigris.org archives</a></td>
72+ </tr>
73+ <tr>
74+ <!--
75+ The list is registered under a wrong name at gmane.org.
76+ <td><a href="http://news.gmane.org/gmane.comp.version-control.subversion.tortoisesvn.users">Gmane.org archives</a></td>
77+ -->
78+ <td><a href="http://news.gmane.org/gmane.comp.version-control.subversion.tortoisesvn.user">Gmane.org archives</a></td>
79+ <td><a href="http://news.gmane.org/gmane.comp.version-control.subversion.tortoisesvn.devel">Gmane.org archives</a></td>
80+ </tr>
81+ <tr>
82+ <td><a href="http://svn.haxx.se/tsvnusers">haxx archives</a></td>
83+ <td><a href="http://svn.haxx.se/tsvn">haxx archives</a></td>
84+ </tr>
85+
86+ </tbody>
87+ </table>
88+ </div>
89+ <br>
90+ If you are requesting a new feature or reporting a bug, take a look in our
91+ <a href="http://tortoisesvn.berlios.de/issues/index.php?order=id&sort=desc&status=all">issue tracker</a>
92+ first to see if someone else got there before you.
93+ <br>
94+ Now you're ready to ask questions on our <a href="mailto:users@tortoisesvn.tigris.org">mailing list</a>.
95+ <br>
96+ To subscribe/unsubscribe our different mailing lists see <a href="/servlets/ProjectMailingListList">here</a>.
97+ </p>
98+ <p>
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64122 </div>
65-<br>
66-If you are requesting a new feature or reporting a bug, take a look in our
67-<a href="http://tortoisesvn.berlios.de/issues/index.php?order=id&sort=desc&status=all">issue tracker</a>
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83-If your company attaches a so called disclaimer to every mail, please contact your
84-IT department and ask them to remove it. If you don't know how to convince them, just ask them to
85-replace the disclaimer with this one:
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89-We don't know how to use the security and encryption features of
90-our e-mail server. We are so confused that we cannot even be
91-certain that this e-mail was delivered to the proper person. So,
92-if you received this e-mail because of our incompetence, please
93-delete it and notify us as soon as possible. Notice that this is
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95-how incompetent we are.
96-</i>
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124+</html>
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25
3-<h2>Issue Tracker Guidelines</h2>
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414
5-<p>As TortoiseSVN continues to mature, and as it gains attention from
6- new users, folks will inevitably find bugs in, or come up with
7- enhancements that they would like to see made to, the software.
8- The TortoiseSVN community welcomes such requests for enhancements
9- and reports of bugs. However, we ask that you follow a few
10- guidelines with respect to the issue filing process.</p>
15+</head>
1116
12-<div class="alert" style="color: red; font-weight: bold">
13-<p>Before filing an issue in the Issue Tracker, please:</p>
17+<body>
1418
15-<ul>
16- <li>Make sure that you've read the <a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/?q=support">TortoiseSVN documentation</a>,
17- and the <a href="http://svnbook.red-bean.com/">Subversion book</a> to verify
18- that you are using the software appropriately, and to determine if any
19- problems you are seeing are perhaps not bugs, but "pilot errors".</li>
20- <li>Search the <a href="/list_etiquette.html">mailing list</a>
21- if your problem has been discussed before</li>
22- <li>Check out our <a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/svn/tortoisesvn/trunk/src/Changelog.txt">changelog</a>
23- - maybe we have already fixed the bug you want to report or added the feature you're requesting.</li>
24- <li>Send email to the <a href="/list_etiquette.html">development list</a>
25- fully describing the enhancement or bug that brought you here today.
26- That will give the community a chance to ask questions of you, so that
27- we can fully understand your concern.</li>
28- <li>Do you have permission from the developers to file an issue?</li>
29-</ul>
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25+ <h1>TortoiseSVN Issue Tracker</h1>
26+
27+ <h2>Issue Tracker Guidelines</h2>
28+
29+ <p>As TortoiseSVN continues to mature, and as it gains attention from
30+ new users, folks will inevitably find bugs in, or come up with
31+ enhancements that they would like to see made to, the software.
32+ The TortoiseSVN community welcomes such requests for enhancements
33+ and reports of bugs. However, we ask that you follow a few
34+ guidelines with respect to the issue filing process.</p>
35+
36+ <div class="alert" style="color: red; font-weight: bold">
37+ <p>Before filing an issue in the Issue Tracker, please:</p>
38+
39+ <ul>
40+ <li>Make sure that you've read the <a href="http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/?q=support">TortoiseSVN documentation</a>,
41+ and the <a href="http://svnbook.red-bean.com/">Subversion book</a> to verify
42+ that you are using the software appropriately, and to determine if any
43+ problems you are seeing are perhaps not bugs, but "pilot errors".</li>
44+ <li>Search the <a href="/list_etiquette.html">mailing list</a>
45+ if your problem has been discussed before</li>
46+ <li>Check out our <a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/svn/tortoisesvn/trunk/src/Changelog.txt">changelog</a>
47+ - maybe we have already fixed the bug you want to report or added the feature you're requesting.</li>
48+ <li>Send email to the <a href="/list_etiquette.html">development list</a>
49+ fully describing the enhancement or bug that brought you here today.
50+ That will give the community a chance to ask questions of you, so that
51+ we can fully understand your concern.</li>
52+ <li>Do you have permission from the developers to file an issue?</li>
53+ </ul>
54+ </div>
55+
56+ <p>When mailing the <a href="/list_etiquette.html">development list</a>
57+ with a concern, make sure that
58+ your e-mail describes your bug or enhancement fully. Provide
59+ details about the versions of the relevant software (TortoiseSVN,
60+ Apache, neon, etc.) that you are using, about your windows version
61+ , and about any other thing that might seem pertinent to the
62+ issue. If you can provide a script which consistently reproduces a
63+ problem, that can be incredibly helpful to those evaluating and/or
64+ working on your issue.</p>
65+
66+ <p>After mailing the development list, you should expect your concern
67+ to be addressed with relative immediacy. That is, within a few
68+ days, you should get feedback on your mail. If indeed you have
69+ found a new bug in TortoiseSVN, or if your enhancement request is
70+ feasible, you will likely be asked to return here and file a new
71+ issue in the Issue Tracker.</p>
72+
73+ <h2>Enter the Issue Tracker</h2>
74+
75+ <p>Before you proceed any further: do you have the permission of
76+ at least one of the developers to file an issue?<br>
77+ If you don't have the permission and you file an issue don't be
78+ surprised if we get cranky!<br>
79+ And so, with further ado, we give you the
80+ TortoiseSVN <a
81+ href="/servlets/ProjectIssues">Issue
82+ Tracker</a>, to seach for an issue or you can jump to the List of <a
83+ href="/issues/buglist.cgi?component=tortoisesvn&issue_status=UNCONFIRMED&issue_status=NEW&issue_status=STARTED&issue_status=REOPENED">
84+ Open Issues</a> immediately.</p>
3085 </div>
31-
32-<p>When mailing the <a href="/list_etiquette.html">development list</a>
33- with a concern, make sure that
34- your e-mail describes your bug or enhancement fully. Provide
35- details about the versions of the relevant software (TortoiseSVN,
36- Apache, neon, etc.) that you are using, about your windows version
37- , and about any other thing that might seem pertinent to the
38- issue. If you can provide a script which consistently reproduces a
39- problem, that can be incredibly helpful to those evaluating and/or
40- working on your issue.</p>
41-
42-<p>After mailing the development list, you should expect your concern
43- to be addressed with relative immediacy. That is, within a few
44- days, you should get feedback on your mail. If indeed you have
45- found a new bug in TortoiseSVN, or if your enhancement request is
46- feasible, you will likely be asked to return here and file a new
47- issue in the Issue Tracker.</p>
48-
49-<h2>Enter the Issue Tracker</h2>
50-
51-<p>Before you proceed any further: do you have the permission of
52- at least one of the developers to file an issue?<br>
53- If you don't have the permission and you file an issue don't be
54- surprised if we get cranky!<br>
55- And so, with further ado, we give you the
56- TortoiseSVN <a
57- href="/servlets/ProjectIssues">Issue
58- Tracker</a>, to seach for an issue or you can jump to the List of <a
59- href="/issues/buglist.cgi?component=tortoisesvn&issue_status=UNCONFIRMED&issue_status=NEW&issue_status=STARTED&issue_status=REOPENED">
60- Open Issues</a> immediately.</p>
86+</body>
87+</html>
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2- <h2>Status</h2>
3-</center>
4-<h3>Development Roadmap</h3>
5-<blockquote>
6- <P>
7- <font color="green"><b>Upcoming</b></font>:
8- </P>
9- <UL>
10- <LI>
11- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.4.0</STRONG> : TBD
12- </LI>
13- <LI>
14- <a href="http://mapcar.org/tsvn-snapshots/latest/changelog.html">current changelog</a>
15- </LI>
16- </UL>
17-</blockquote><blockquote>
18- <P>
19- <font color="green"><b>Done</b></font>:
20- </P>
21- <UL>
22- <LI>
23- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.3.5</STRONG> (15.06.2006) r6804
24- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
25- </LI>
26- <LI>
27- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.3.4</STRONG> (02.06.2006) r6692
28- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
29- </LI>
30- <LI>
31- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.3.3</STRONG> (05.04.2006) r6219
32- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
33- </LI>
34- <LI>
35- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.3.2</STRONG> (25.02.2006) r5840
36- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
37- </LI>
38- <LI>
39- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.3.1</STRONG> (24.01.2006) r5521
40- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
41- </LI>
42- <LI>
43- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.3.0</STRONG> (15.01.2006) r5416
44- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
45- </LI>
46- <LI>
47- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.3.0-RC1</STRONG> (30.12.2005) r5301
48- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
49- </LI>
50- <LI>
51- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.2.6</STRONG> (31.10.2005) r4786
52- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
53- </LI>
54- <LI>
55- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.2.5</STRONG> (22.10.2005) r4719
56- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
57- </LI>
58- <LI>
59- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.2.4</STRONG> (24.09.2005) r4480
60- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
61- </LI>
62- <LI>
63- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.2.3</STRONG> (23.09.2005) r4471
64- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
65- </LI>
66- <LI>
67- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.2.2</STRONG> (31.08.2005) r4296
68- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
69- </LI>
70- <LI>
71- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.2.1</STRONG> (15.07.2005) r3912
72- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
73- </LI>
74- <LI>
75- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.2.0</STRONG> (01.06.2005) r3688
76- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
77- </LI>
78- <LI>
79- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.7</STRONG> (05.05.2005) r3255
80- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
81- </LI>
82- <LI>
83- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.6</STRONG> (04.05.2005) r3221
84- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
85- </LI>
86- <LI>
87- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.5</STRONG> (07.04.2005) r2996
88- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
89- </LI>
90- <LI>
91- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.4</STRONG> (02.04.2005) r2950
92- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
93- </LI>
94- <LI>
95- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.3</STRONG> (20.01.2005) r2502
96- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
97- </LI>
98- <LI>
99- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.2</STRONG> (23.12.2004) r2207
100- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
101- </LI>
102- <LI>
103- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.1</STRONG> (24.10.2004) r1900
104- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
105- </LI>
106- <LI>
107- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.0</STRONG> (1.10.2004) r1770
108- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
109- </LI>
110- <LI>
111- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.0RC2</STRONG> (15.09.2004) r1695
112- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
113- </LI>
114- <LI>
115- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.0RC1</STRONG> (11.08.2004) r1527
116- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
117- </LI>
118- <LI>
119- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.8</STRONG> (22.07.2004) r1433
120- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
121- </LI>
122- <LI>
123- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.7</STRONG> (20.07.2004) r1414
124- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
125- </LI>
126- <LI>
127- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.6</STRONG> (30.05.2004) r1201
128- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
129- </LI>
130- <LI>
131- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.5</STRONG> (23.05.2004) r1162
132- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
133- </LI>
134- <LI>
135- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.4</STRONG> (08.05.2004) r1103
136- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
137- </LI>
138- <LI>
139- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.3</STRONG> (26.03.2004) r969
140- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
141- </LI>
142- <LI>
143- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.2</STRONG> (21.03.2004) r938
144- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
145- </LI>
146- <LI>
147- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.1</STRONG> (14.03.2004) r892
148- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
149- </LI>
150- <LI>
151- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0</STRONG> (23.02.2004) r784
152- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
153- </LI>
154- <LI>
155- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.26</STRONG> (28.01.2004)
156- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
157- </LI>
158- <LI>
159- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.24</STRONG> (23.12.2003)
160- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
161- </LI>
162- <LI>
163- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.23</STRONG> (10.12.2003)
164- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
165- </LI>
166- <LI>
167- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.22.1</STRONG> (19.11.2003)
168- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
169- </LI>
170- <LI>
171- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.22</STRONG> (17.11.2003)
172- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
173- </LI>
174- <LI>
175- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.21</STRONG> (26.10.2003)
176- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
177- </LI>
178- <LI>
179- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.20</STRONG> (09.10.2003)
180- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
181- </LI>
182- <LI>
183- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.19</STRONG> (26.09.2003)
184- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
185- </LI>
186- <LI>
187- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.18</STRONG> (07.09.2003)
188- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
189- </LI>
190- <LI>
191- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.17</STRONG> (28.08.2003)
192- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
193- </LI>
194- <LI>
195- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.16</STRONG> (16.08.2003)
196- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
197- </LI>
198- <LI>
199- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.15.2</STRONG> (28.07.2003)
200- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
201- </LI>
202- <LI>
203- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.15.1</STRONG> (26.07.2003)
204- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
205- </LI>
206- <LI>
207- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.14</STRONG> (13.07.2003)
208- <P>See changelog for details.</P>
209- </LI>
210- <LI>
211- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.12.1</STRONG> (25.06.2003)
212- <P>Bugfix release. See changelog for details.</P>
213- </LI>
214- <LI>
215- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.12</STRONG> (24.06.2003)
216- <P>Bugfix release. See changelog for details.</P>
217- </LI>
218- <LI>
219- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.11.2</STRONG> (21.05.2003)
220- <P>Bugfix release. See changelog for details.</P>
221- </LI>
222- <LI>
223- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.11</STRONG> (20.05.2003)
224- <P>see changelog for details.</P>
225- </LI>
226- <LI>
227- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.9.2</STRONG> (21.04.2003)
228- <P>Bugfix release. See changelog for details.</P>
229- </LI>
230- <LI>
231- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.9.1</STRONG> (17.04.2003)
232- <P>Bugfix release. See changelog for details.</P>
233- </LI>
234- <LI>
235- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.9</STRONG> (16.04.2003)
236- <P>see changelog for details.</P>
237- </LI>
238- <LI>
239- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.8.1</STRONG> (25.03.2003)
240- <P>see changelog for details.</P>
241- </LI>
242- <LI>
243- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.8</STRONG> (21.03.2003)
244- <P>see changelog for details.</P>
245- </LI>
246- <LI>
247- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.7</STRONG> (27.02.2003)
248- <P>see changelog for details.</P>
249- </LI>
250- <LI>
251- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.6.1</STRONG> (27.02.2003)
252- <P>see changelog for details.</P>
253- </LI>
254- <LI>
255- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.6</STRONG> (20.02.2003)
256- <P>see changelog for details.</P>
257- </LI>
258- <LI>
259- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.5</STRONG> (01.02.2003)
260- <P>fixed all reported bugs. See the changelog for details.</P>
261- </LI>
262- <LI>
263- <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.4</STRONG> (24.01.2003)
264- <P>first public release. Release date linked with subversion 0.17</P>
265- </LI>
266- <LI>
267- <STRONG>Milestone 0.3: </STRONG>
268- <P>- ENH: log messages are now received from the HEAD of the repository
269- and not from the workingcopy revision on.</P>
270- <P>- BUG: properties page in explorer crashed when a non versioned item
271- inside a versioned directory was selected.</P>
272- <P>- BUG: crash in Win95/98/Me because of 'normal' parameter instead of unicode.</P>
273- <P>- ENH: new command in log window to compare the working copy with an older revision.</P>
274- </LI>
275- <LI>
276- <STRONG>Milestone 0.2: </STRONG>
277- <P>Commit and Status commands available from right click menu</P>
278- </LI>
279- <LI>
280- <STRONG>Milestone 0.1</STRONG> :
281- <P>File Status (Up to date, modified, conflicts) displayed in Windows explorer as
282- icon overlays and Checkout, Update commands available from right click menu</P>
283- </LI>
284- </UL>
285-</blockquote>
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4+<head>
5+
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11+ href="/branding/css/print.css"/>
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13+<title>Project Status</title>
14+
15+</head>
16+
17+<body>
18+
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26+ <h2>Status</h2>
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28+ <h3>Development Roadmap</h3>
29+ <blockquote>
30+ <P>
31+ <font color="green"><b>Upcoming</b></font>:
32+ </P>
33+ <UL>
34+ <LI>
35+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.4.0</STRONG> : TBD
36+ </LI>
37+ <LI>
38+ <a href="http://mapcar.org/tsvn-snapshots/latest/changelog.html">current changelog</a>
39+ </LI>
40+ </UL>
41+ </blockquote><blockquote>
42+ <P>
43+ <font color="green"><b>Done</b></font>:
44+ </P>
45+ <UL>
46+ <LI>
47+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.3.5</STRONG> (15.06.2006) r6804
48+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
49+ </LI>
50+ <LI>
51+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.3.4</STRONG> (02.06.2006) r6692
52+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
53+ </LI>
54+ <LI>
55+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.3.3</STRONG> (05.04.2006) r6219
56+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
57+ </LI>
58+ <LI>
59+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.3.2</STRONG> (25.02.2006) r5840
60+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
61+ </LI>
62+ <LI>
63+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.3.1</STRONG> (24.01.2006) r5521
64+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
65+ </LI>
66+ <LI>
67+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.3.0</STRONG> (15.01.2006) r5416
68+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
69+ </LI>
70+ <LI>
71+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.3.0-RC1</STRONG> (30.12.2005) r5301
72+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
73+ </LI>
74+ <LI>
75+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.2.6</STRONG> (31.10.2005) r4786
76+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
77+ </LI>
78+ <LI>
79+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.2.5</STRONG> (22.10.2005) r4719
80+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
81+ </LI>
82+ <LI>
83+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.2.4</STRONG> (24.09.2005) r4480
84+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
85+ </LI>
86+ <LI>
87+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.2.3</STRONG> (23.09.2005) r4471
88+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
89+ </LI>
90+ <LI>
91+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.2.2</STRONG> (31.08.2005) r4296
92+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
93+ </LI>
94+ <LI>
95+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.2.1</STRONG> (15.07.2005) r3912
96+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
97+ </LI>
98+ <LI>
99+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.2.0</STRONG> (01.06.2005) r3688
100+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
101+ </LI>
102+ <LI>
103+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.7</STRONG> (05.05.2005) r3255
104+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
105+ </LI>
106+ <LI>
107+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.6</STRONG> (04.05.2005) r3221
108+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
109+ </LI>
110+ <LI>
111+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.5</STRONG> (07.04.2005) r2996
112+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
113+ </LI>
114+ <LI>
115+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.4</STRONG> (02.04.2005) r2950
116+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
117+ </LI>
118+ <LI>
119+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.3</STRONG> (20.01.2005) r2502
120+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
121+ </LI>
122+ <LI>
123+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.2</STRONG> (23.12.2004) r2207
124+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
125+ </LI>
126+ <LI>
127+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.1</STRONG> (24.10.2004) r1900
128+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
129+ </LI>
130+ <LI>
131+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.0</STRONG> (1.10.2004) r1770
132+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
133+ </LI>
134+ <LI>
135+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.0RC2</STRONG> (15.09.2004) r1695
136+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
137+ </LI>
138+ <LI>
139+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.1.0RC1</STRONG> (11.08.2004) r1527
140+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
141+ </LI>
142+ <LI>
143+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.8</STRONG> (22.07.2004) r1433
144+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
145+ </LI>
146+ <LI>
147+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.7</STRONG> (20.07.2004) r1414
148+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
149+ </LI>
150+ <LI>
151+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.6</STRONG> (30.05.2004) r1201
152+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
153+ </LI>
154+ <LI>
155+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.5</STRONG> (23.05.2004) r1162
156+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
157+ </LI>
158+ <LI>
159+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.4</STRONG> (08.05.2004) r1103
160+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
161+ </LI>
162+ <LI>
163+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.3</STRONG> (26.03.2004) r969
164+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
165+ </LI>
166+ <LI>
167+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.2</STRONG> (21.03.2004) r938
168+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
169+ </LI>
170+ <LI>
171+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0.1</STRONG> (14.03.2004) r892
172+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
173+ </LI>
174+ <LI>
175+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;1.0</STRONG> (23.02.2004) r784
176+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
177+ </LI>
178+ <LI>
179+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.26</STRONG> (28.01.2004)
180+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
181+ </LI>
182+ <LI>
183+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.24</STRONG> (23.12.2003)
184+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
185+ </LI>
186+ <LI>
187+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.23</STRONG> (10.12.2003)
188+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
189+ </LI>
190+ <LI>
191+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.22.1</STRONG> (19.11.2003)
192+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
193+ </LI>
194+ <LI>
195+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.22</STRONG> (17.11.2003)
196+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
197+ </LI>
198+ <LI>
199+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.21</STRONG> (26.10.2003)
200+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
201+ </LI>
202+ <LI>
203+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.20</STRONG> (09.10.2003)
204+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
205+ </LI>
206+ <LI>
207+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.19</STRONG> (26.09.2003)
208+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
209+ </LI>
210+ <LI>
211+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.18</STRONG> (07.09.2003)
212+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
213+ </LI>
214+ <LI>
215+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.17</STRONG> (28.08.2003)
216+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
217+ </LI>
218+ <LI>
219+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.16</STRONG> (16.08.2003)
220+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
221+ </LI>
222+ <LI>
223+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.15.2</STRONG> (28.07.2003)
224+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
225+ </LI>
226+ <LI>
227+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.15.1</STRONG> (26.07.2003)
228+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
229+ </LI>
230+ <LI>
231+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.14</STRONG> (13.07.2003)
232+ <P>See changelog for details.</P>
233+ </LI>
234+ <LI>
235+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.12.1</STRONG> (25.06.2003)
236+ <P>Bugfix release. See changelog for details.</P>
237+ </LI>
238+ <LI>
239+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.12</STRONG> (24.06.2003)
240+ <P>Bugfix release. See changelog for details.</P>
241+ </LI>
242+ <LI>
243+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.11.2</STRONG> (21.05.2003)
244+ <P>Bugfix release. See changelog for details.</P>
245+ </LI>
246+ <LI>
247+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.11</STRONG> (20.05.2003)
248+ <P>see changelog for details.</P>
249+ </LI>
250+ <LI>
251+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.9.2</STRONG> (21.04.2003)
252+ <P>Bugfix release. See changelog for details.</P>
253+ </LI>
254+ <LI>
255+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.9.1</STRONG> (17.04.2003)
256+ <P>Bugfix release. See changelog for details.</P>
257+ </LI>
258+ <LI>
259+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.9</STRONG> (16.04.2003)
260+ <P>see changelog for details.</P>
261+ </LI>
262+ <LI>
263+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.8.1</STRONG> (25.03.2003)
264+ <P>see changelog for details.</P>
265+ </LI>
266+ <LI>
267+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.8</STRONG> (21.03.2003)
268+ <P>see changelog for details.</P>
269+ </LI>
270+ <LI>
271+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.7</STRONG> (27.02.2003)
272+ <P>see changelog for details.</P>
273+ </LI>
274+ <LI>
275+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.6.1</STRONG> (27.02.2003)
276+ <P>see changelog for details.</P>
277+ </LI>
278+ <LI>
279+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.6</STRONG> (20.02.2003)
280+ <P>see changelog for details.</P>
281+ </LI>
282+ <LI>
283+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.5</STRONG> (01.02.2003)
284+ <P>fixed all reported bugs. See the changelog for details.</P>
285+ </LI>
286+ <LI>
287+ <STRONG>Milestone&nbsp;0.4</STRONG> (24.01.2003)
288+ <P>first public release. Release date linked with subversion 0.17</P>
289+ </LI>
290+ <LI>
291+ <STRONG>Milestone 0.3: </STRONG>
292+ <P>- ENH: log messages are now received from the HEAD of the repository
293+ and not from the workingcopy revision on.</P>
294+ <P>- BUG: properties page in explorer crashed when a non versioned item
295+ inside a versioned directory was selected.</P>
296+ <P>- BUG: crash in Win95/98/Me because of 'normal' parameter instead of unicode.</P>
297+ <P>- ENH: new command in log window to compare the working copy with an older revision.</P>
298+ </LI>
299+ <LI>
300+ <STRONG>Milestone 0.2: </STRONG>
301+ <P>Commit and Status commands available from right click menu</P>
302+ </LI>
303+ <LI>
304+ <STRONG>Milestone 0.1</STRONG> :
305+ <P>File Status (Up to date, modified, conflicts) displayed in Windows explorer as
306+ icon overlays and Checkout, Update commands available from right click menu</P>
307+ </LI>
308+ </UL>
309+ </blockquote>
310+</div>
311+</body>
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9- <h2>TortoiseSVN Release FAQ</h2>
10-</center>
11-<h2>How often is TortoiseSVN released</h2>
125
13-<p>Normally there is a new release of TortoiseSVN every time there is
14-a new release of Subversion. This means that we are always using the
15-latest bug-fixed Subversion libraries. Occasionally, if a major bug
16-is found in TortoiseSVN, there may be an additional release to
17-fix that.</p>
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1814
19-<h2>Why are the version numbers of Subversion and TortoiseSVN different?</h2>
15+</head>
2016
21-<p>Because TortoiseSVN is usually released soon after Subversion,
22-the version numbers are often the same. But they are independent projects
23-and version numbers are not always aligned.</p>
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2418
25-<h2>Does TortoiseSVN follow the same release procedure as Subversion?</h2>
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26+ <h2>TortoiseSVN Release FAQ</h2>
27+ </center>
28+ <h2>How often is TortoiseSVN released</h2>
29+
30+ <p>Normally there is a new release of TortoiseSVN every time there is
31+ a new release of Subversion. This means that we are always using the
32+ latest bug-fixed Subversion libraries. Occasionally, if a major bug
33+ is found in TortoiseSVN, there may be an additional release to
34+ fix that.</p>
35+
36+ <h2>Why are the version numbers of Subversion and TortoiseSVN different?</h2>
37+
38+ <p>Because TortoiseSVN is usually released soon after Subversion,
39+ the version numbers are often the same. But they are independent projects
40+ and version numbers are not always aligned.</p>
41+
42+ <h2>Does TortoiseSVN follow the same release procedure as Subversion?</h2>
43+
44+ <p>Almost. We also create a stablisization branch before a release, but
45+ we don't have as many people as the Subversion project, so we don't vote
46+ which changes go into a stable branch and which ones don't. Each developer
47+ must decide for himself if a change can go into a stable branch or not.
48+ </p>
49+
50+ <p>Subversion provides the access to and management of the version control
51+ database. It is absolutely critical that the Subversion libraries are
52+ well tested and reliable, so they adopt a very careful and controlled
53+ release strategy in order to maximise data safety.</p>
54+
55+ <p>TortoiseSVN is a client which uses the Subversion libraries to do
56+ all the work. If there is a bug in TortoiseSVN it may be inconvenient,
57+ but it should not compromise data safety, so we do not require the
58+ same stringent release procedure. This also allows for much a more
59+ dynamic development process, and less administrative overhead.</p>
60+
61+ <h2>What are Major and Minor releases?</h2>
62+
63+ <p>We define a major release as one which adds significant new
64+ features. Normally this happens when Subversion adds a new
65+ feature, and TSVN grows some new UI to support it.</p>
66+
67+ <p>A minor release includes only bugfixes. There may still be a lot of
68+ small changes.</p>
69+
70+ <h2>How are releases stabilised?</h2>
71+
72+ <p>We have a nightly build site which allows many people to test the
73+ current trunk build. When we think we're ready for a new major release,
74+ we create a stable branch from trunk and announce this on the mailing
75+ list. From this point on, only bugfixes are allowed to go into that
76+ branch. The nightly builds from that branch are used by many people
77+ and gets tested that way.</p>
78+
79+ <p>After about a week after the creation of the stable branch, we
80+ release at least one release candidate (RC) to allow for more
81+ extensive testing. Release candidates are announced in the same way
82+ as full releases and allow even more people to get on with testing.
83+ </p>
2684
27-<p>Almost. We also create a stablisization branch before a release, but
28-we don't have as many people as the Subversion project, so we don't vote
29-which changes go into a stable branch and which ones don't. Each developer
30-must decide for himself if a change can go into a stable branch or not.
31-</p>
32-
33-<p>Subversion provides the access to and management of the version control
34-database. It is absolutely critical that the Subversion libraries are
35-well tested and reliable, so they adopt a very careful and controlled
36-release strategy in order to maximise data safety.</p>
37-
38-<p>TortoiseSVN is a client which uses the Subversion libraries to do
39-all the work. If there is a bug in TortoiseSVN it may be inconvenient,
40-but it should not compromise data safety, so we do not require the
41-same stringent release procedure. This also allows for much a more
42-dynamic development process, and less administrative overhead.</p>
43-
44-<h2>What are Major and Minor releases?</h2>
45-
46-<p>We define a major release as one which adds significant new
47-features. Normally this happens when Subversion adds a new
48-feature, and TSVN grows some new UI to support it.</p>
49-
50-<p>A minor release includes only bugfixes. There may still be a lot of
51-small changes.</p>
52-
53-<h2>How are releases stabilised?</h2>
54-
55-<p>We have a nightly build site which allows many people to test the
56-current trunk build. When we think we're ready for a new major release,
57-we create a stable branch from trunk and announce this on the mailing
58-list. From this point on, only bugfixes are allowed to go into that
59-branch. The nightly builds from that branch are used by many people
60-and gets tested that way.</p>
61-
62-<p>After about a week after the creation of the stable branch, we
63-release at least one release candidate (RC) to allow for more
64-extensive testing. Release candidates are announced in the same way
65-as full releases and allow even more people to get on with testing.
66-</p>
67-
68-
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86+</body>
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414
5-<p>
6-Before you report a bug, please make sure you have completed the following steps:
7-</p>
8-<ul>
9- <li>Update to the current version. Reports for older versions will be ignored.</li>
10- <li>Check the <a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/svn/tortoisesvn/trunk/src/Changelog.txt">Changelog.txt</a>
11- file from /trunk/ and see if your bug has already been fixed. (use 'guest' as username and '' as password)</li>
12- <li>If possible, update to the latest nightly build and see if the bug is
13- still there. You can find the link to the nightly builds on our
14- <a href="/download.html">download</a> page.</li>
15- <li>Check the mailing list archive. Maybe someone else already reported the
16- same bug you're seeing, and if so that bug might be already fixed.</li>
17- <li>Take a look in our
18- <a href="http://tortoisesvn.berlios.de/issues/index.php?order=id&sort=desc&status=all">issue tracker</a>
19- to see if the bug has already been reported.</li>
20- <li>If you've got a zip file from our crashreporting tool, send it to
21- <i>crashreports</i>_at_<i>tortoisesvn.tigris.org</i>. Note that we don't
22- answer mails there. Other kinds of bugreports on that list will be
23- deleted without being read.</li>
24-</ul>
25-</p>
15+</head>
2616
27-<h2>How to report a bug</h2>
28-<p>
29-There is a large number of TortoiseSVN users. There is a much small number of
30-people who actually develop TortoiseSVN. There is an even smaller number of
31-people who actively fix bugs reported by users.
32-</p>
33-<p>
34-What does this mean for you, an aspiring bug reporter? In order to catch the
35-eye of one of these few <b>volunteers</b>, you'll need to take to heart a
36-few tips on how to report a bug so that they can and will help you.
37-</p>
38-<p>
39-Take special note of that word in bold above. The people who are going to help
40-you with a bug you report are <b>volunteers</b>. Not only are you not paying
41-them to help you, but nobody else is either. So, be nice to them.
42-</p>
43-<p>
44-Beyond that golden rule, what follows are some additional tips on ways to make
45-your bug report better so that someone will be able to help you.
46-</p>
17+<body>
4718
48-<h2>The basics: what you did, what you wanted to happen, and what actually happened.</h2>
49-<p>
50-Those are the three basic elements of a bug report. You need to tell us exactly
51-what you did (for example, "I right-clicked on "make happy meal"), what you
52-expected to have happened (to continue the example, "I expected TortoiseSVN to
53-serve me a happy meal with a hamburger and onion rings"),
54-and what actually happened ("It gave me a happy meal with french fries.").
55-</p>
56-<p>
57-Yes, the example is silly. But if your bug report simply said "The make_happy_meal
58-function doesn't work," you will very likely get a reply saying "It works fine for me",
59-because we can't guess what you were expecting to happen. By giving all the information
60-you might get a reply like "That's because you can't
61-have onion rings in a happy meal, you can only have french fries or curly fries."
62-By telling us what you asked for, what you expected to get, and what you
63-actually got, we don't have to guess what you mean.
64-</p>
65-
66-<h2>Only report one problem in each bug report</h2>
67-<p>
68-If you have encountered two bugs that don't appear to be related, create a
69-new bug report for each one. This makes it easier for different people to help
70-with the different bugs.
71-</p>
72-
73-<h2>Where to send the report to?</h2>
74-<p>
75-Bug reports must be mailed to our mailing list. You don't have to subscribe to
76-the mailing list if you don't want to. You can read the mailing list from
77-<a href="http://news.gmane.org/gmane.comp.version-control.subversion.tortoisesvn.devel">gmane</a>
78-or <a href="http://svn.haxx.se/tsvn">haxx</a>
79-too.
80-</p>
81-<p>
82-Just make sure that if you're not subscribed to the mailing list that you ask
83-in your bugreport to reply also directly to you, otherwise you won't get any
84-answers to your report.
85-</p>
86-<p>
87-Note: if you're not subscribed to the list, it may take up to a day until your
88-mail appears on the mailing list. This is because we have to review mails from
89-non-subscribers first and have to 'accept' them - we have to do this to prevent
90-SPAM from going to the list.
91-So don't worry if you're not getting an answer right away, your mail <b>will</b>
92-appear on the list, just give us some time.
93-</p>
94-<p>
95-Now you're almost ready to send your bugreport. But before you do, please read
96-our <a href="/list_etiquette.html">mailing list etiquette</a>. You will find
97-the mail address of the mailing list on that page.
98-</p>
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24+<div class="h2 app" id="customcontent">
25+ <h1>Reporting Bugs</h1>
26+
27+ <h2>Preparations</h2>
28+
29+ <p>
30+ Before you report a bug, please make sure you have completed the following steps:
31+ </p>
32+ <ul>
33+ <li>Update to the current version. Reports for older versions will be ignored.</li>
34+ <li>Check the <a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/svn/tortoisesvn/trunk/src/Changelog.txt">Changelog.txt</a>
35+ file from /trunk/ and see if your bug has already been fixed. (use 'guest' as username and '' as password)</li>
36+ <li>If possible, update to the latest nightly build and see if the bug is
37+ still there. You can find the link to the nightly builds on our
38+ <a href="/download.html">download</a> page.</li>
39+ <li>Check the mailing list archive. Maybe someone else already reported the
40+ same bug you're seeing, and if so that bug might be already fixed.</li>
41+ <li>Take a look in our
42+ <a href="http://tortoisesvn.berlios.de/issues/index.php?order=id&sort=desc&status=all">issue tracker</a>
43+ to see if the bug has already been reported.</li>
44+ <li>If you've got a zip file from our crashreporting tool, send it to
45+ <i>crashreports</i>_at_<i>tortoisesvn.tigris.org</i>. Note that we don't
46+ answer mails there. Other kinds of bugreports on that list will be
47+ deleted without being read.</li>
48+ </ul>
49+ </p>
50+
51+ <h2>How to report a bug</h2>
52+ <p>
53+ There is a large number of TortoiseSVN users. There is a much small number of
54+ people who actually develop TortoiseSVN. There is an even smaller number of
55+ people who actively fix bugs reported by users.
56+ </p>
57+ <p>
58+ What does this mean for you, an aspiring bug reporter? In order to catch the
59+ eye of one of these few <b>volunteers</b>, you'll need to take to heart a
60+ few tips on how to report a bug so that they can and will help you.
61+ </p>
62+ <p>
63+ Take special note of that word in bold above. The people who are going to help
64+ you with a bug you report are <b>volunteers</b>. Not only are you not paying
65+ them to help you, but nobody else is either. So, be nice to them.
66+ </p>
67+ <p>
68+ Beyond that golden rule, what follows are some additional tips on ways to make
69+ your bug report better so that someone will be able to help you.
70+ </p>
71+
72+ <h2>The basics: what you did, what you wanted to happen, and what actually happened.</h2>
73+ <p>
74+ Those are the three basic elements of a bug report. You need to tell us exactly
75+ what you did (for example, "I right-clicked on "make happy meal"), what you
76+ expected to have happened (to continue the example, "I expected TortoiseSVN to
77+ serve me a happy meal with a hamburger and onion rings"),
78+ and what actually happened ("It gave me a happy meal with french fries.").
79+ </p>
80+ <p>
81+ Yes, the example is silly. But if your bug report simply said "The make_happy_meal
82+ function doesn't work," you will very likely get a reply saying "It works fine for me",
83+ because we can't guess what you were expecting to happen. By giving all the information
84+ you might get a reply like "That's because you can't
85+ have onion rings in a happy meal, you can only have french fries or curly fries."
86+ By telling us what you asked for, what you expected to get, and what you
87+ actually got, we don't have to guess what you mean.
88+ </p>
89+
90+ <h2>Only report one problem in each bug report</h2>
91+ <p>
92+ If you have encountered two bugs that don't appear to be related, create a
93+ new bug report for each one. This makes it easier for different people to help
94+ with the different bugs.
95+ </p>
96+
97+ <h2>Where to send the report to?</h2>
98+ <p>
99+ Bug reports must be mailed to our mailing list. You don't have to subscribe to
100+ the mailing list if you don't want to. You can read the mailing list from
101+ <a href="http://news.gmane.org/gmane.comp.version-control.subversion.tortoisesvn.devel">gmane</a>
102+ or <a href="http://svn.haxx.se/tsvn">haxx</a>
103+ too.
104+ </p>
105+ <p>
106+ Just make sure that if you're not subscribed to the mailing list that you ask
107+ in your bugreport to reply also directly to you, otherwise you won't get any
108+ answers to your report.
109+ </p>
110+ <p>
111+ Note: if you're not subscribed to the list, it may take up to a day until your
112+ mail appears on the mailing list. This is because we have to review mails from
113+ non-subscribers first and have to 'accept' them - we have to do this to prevent
114+ SPAM from going to the list.
115+ So don't worry if you're not getting an answer right away, your mail <b>will</b>
116+ appear on the list, just give us some time.
117+ </p>
118+ <p>
119+ Now you're almost ready to send your bugreport. But before you do, please read
120+ our <a href="/list_etiquette.html">mailing list etiquette</a>. You will find
121+ the mail address of the mailing list on that page.
122+ </p>
123+</div>
124+</body>
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9- <h2>TortoiseSVN 1.2 Release Notes</h2>
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11-<h2>What's New in TortoiseSVN 1.2</h2>
125
13-<ul>
14- <li>Optional locking ("reserved checkouts")</li>
15- <li>New, much improved overlay cache</li>
16- <li>Better use of overlays when co-existing with TortoiseCVS</li>
17- <li>Many improved dialogs</li>
18- <li>Many bugfixes</li>
19- <li>Implemented all new <a href="http://subversion.tigris.org/svn_1.2_releasenotes.html">Subversion 1.2</a> features</li>
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2214
23-<h2>Compatibility Concerns</h2>
15+</head>
2416
25-<p>TortoiseSVN 1.2 is compatible with 1.0 and 1.1 servers. Of course,
26-some of the new 1.2 features may not be available unless the server is
27-upgraded to the latest version.</p>
17+<body>
2818
29-<p>If you access a BDB repository using <tt>file://</tt> access
30-you will need to update that repository to BDB 4.3 format.
31-Instructions on how to do that can be found on the
32-<a href="http://subversion.tigris.org/faq.html#bdb43-upgrade">
33-Subversion FAQ page</a></p>
34-
35-<p>Subversion 1.2 introduces an alternative history storage mechanism
36-known as xdelta differencing. Reconstructing older data from repositories
37-stored in the new format is much faster, resulting in a noticeable speedup
38-for operations such as blame, checkout, diff and merge. Although converting
39-repositories is not required, you may wish to do so in order to gain faster
40-access. To do that you need to perform a dump/load cycle using the command
41-line svnadmin tool. Look at the
42-<a href="http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch05s03.html#svn-ch-5-sect-3.5">
43-Subversion Manual</a> for instructions on how to do that.</p>
44-
45-<p>The Windows 98/Me and Windows NT 4.0 operating systems are no longer
46-supported in TortoiseSVN 1.2. That's not because we want to be unfriendly,
47-but because there are just too many incompatibilities in these older OS versions
48-which we have to work around, and as none of the developers use these systems
49-it is impossible to test and debug properly. If you want to use TortoiseSVN
50-with these systems, you should use the 1.1.x line which is still available
51-from our download page.</p>
52-
53-<h2>New Features</h2>
54-
55-<h3>File Locking (<em>also requires updated server</em>)</h3>
56-
57-<p>"Locking" is a long-requested feature, often known in other systems
58-as "reserved checkouts". While Subversion is still primarily a <a
59-href="http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch02s02.html#svn-ch-2-sect-2.3">copy-modify-merge</a>
60-system focused on parallel development, there is widespread
61-acknowledgement that not all files are easily mergeable &mdash;
62-binary files in particular, such as artwork, compressed files,
63-proprietary binary formats, or any other non-line-based data.</p>
64-
65-<p>The goal of the new locking feature is twofold. First, provide a
66-means to force serialized write-access to a file. Second, provide a
67-communication mechanism to prevent users from wasting time on
68-unmergable changes.</p>
69-
70-<p>The first goal is accomplished using file locks. TortoiseSVN has new
71-context menu entries to <tt>Get Lock</tt> and <tt>Release Lock</tt>.
72-When a user locks a file, no other user may commit a change to the file
73-or delete it from the repository.</p>
74-
75-<p>Locks can also be stolen or broken, say if the person who locked a
76-file goes on holiday and forgets to unlock. New lock hooks are available
77-to system administrators to set their own locking policy. Refer to
78-the Subversion documentation for details on repository administration.</p>
79-
80-<p>The second goal &mdash; preventing a user from wasting time on an
81-unmergable change &mdash; is accomplished via a new property,
82-<tt>svn:needs-lock</tt>. Users (or administrators) are encouraged to
83-set this property on any file that is unmergeable. When present, this
84-property causes the file to be read-only <em>unless</em> the working
85-copy holds a lock-token for the file, in which case the file is
86-read-write. TortoiseSVN uses a new status overlay to indicate when
87-a file is in the read-only state, which warns you that you need to
88-acquire a lock before editing.</p>
89-
90-<p><strong>Warning</strong>: if you have a team of users all accessing
91-a repository via <tt>file://</tt>, then <strong>all</strong> users
92-must use 1.2 clients. Pre-1.2 clients will unknowingly ignore locks.
93-
94-<h3>New External Status Cache</h3>
95-
96-<p>TortoiseSVN has always had a recursive overlay feature whereby overlay
97-changes in lower level folders are propagated up through the folder hierarchy
98-so that you don't forget about changes you made deep in the tree. However,
99-in previous releases this feature was only useable with very small working
100-copies due to the delay in getting the status information.</p>
101-
102-<p>In release 1.2, a new <tt>TSVNCache</tt> program is used to maintain
103-a cache of your working copy status, providing much faster access to this
104-information. Not only does this prevent explorer from blocking while
105-acquiring status, but it also makes recursive overlays workable.</p>
106-
107-<p>Note: Explorer is much more responsive with the new cache because it
108-displays pages before the full information is available and refreshes as
109-required. This means that the status you see immediately may not be recursive
110-but the non-recursive status.
111-Depending on the size of your working copy it may take a second or two for
112-the recursive status to filter through.</p>
113-
114-<p>Subversion has always suffered from a speed problem if the timestamp
115-on a file changes and the content doesn't. This forces subversion to
116-do a byte-by-byte compare of the file with BASE to check whether it has
117-really changed. In this new release, you can fix such timestamp mismatches
118-using the <tt>Cleanup</tt> menu entry. If your WC has become slow to
119-check, try doing a cleanup.</p>
120-
121-<h3>Better Use of Overlays</h3>
122-
123-<p>Windows supports only 15 icon overlays, and uses 3 of these itself.
124-If both TortoiseSVN and TortoiseCVS are installed there are simply not
125-enough overlays for both applications.</p>
126-
127-<p>In this release, TortoiseSVN checks to see how many overlays are
128-required by other apps, and only installs essential ones if there
129-are not enough for everyone. It also displays an alternative overlay
130-if the preferred one is not available. For example if the <tt>Added</tt>
131-overlay is not available, the <tt>Modified</tt> overlay will be used
132-instead.</p>
133-
134-<h2>Enhancements and Bugfixes</h2>
135-
136-<p>This is a major new release, and almost all the main dialogs have
137-been improved in some way, either to add new features or to make
138-them easier to use. Some of the main ones are mentioned below,
139-and there have also been many minor bugfixes. To see the full list
140-of changes check the
141-<a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/svn/tortoisesvn/tags/version_1.2.0/src/Changelog.txt">
142-ChangeLog (user 'guest' as username and '' as password)</a></p>
143-
144-<h3>Merge Dialog</h3>
145-<p>This has been changed considerably to make the difficult subject
146-of merging easier to understand and use. You can now select revisions
147-to merge using the revision log dialog, without trying to work out
148-the correct numbers to insert in the revision boxes.</p>
149-
150-<h3>Log Dialog</h3>
151-<p>New filters allow you to search within the log messages, or restrict
152-to a date range.</p>
153-
154-<p>The new Subversion 1.2 API allows you to fetch a given number of
155-log messages rather than the log messages for a given number of
156-repository revisions. This makes it much easier to display a useful
157-number of messages, and to get more messages as required.</p>
158-
159-<p>Note - this feature works best with Subversion 1.2 servers.
160-It will work with earlier servers, but will be slow. The server
161-does not understand the new parameter and returns all log messages,
162-which the Subversion client then filters. This results in very slow
163-response. TortoiseSVN has a setting which allows you to use the old
164-API in case you need to work with an older server.</p>
165-
166-<p>You can now compare two revisions of a folder. TortoiseSVN will
167-list the files which have changed, allowing you to diff each one
168-individually.</p>
169-
170-<p>You can now resize the 3 panes of the log dialog individually.</p>
171-
172-<p>The log dialog has a number of other new context menus, allowing
173-you to do more.</p>
174-
175-<h3>Commit Dialog</h3>
176-<p>Autocompletion now picks up some language-dependent keywords
177-(usually class/method/variable name) using regular expressions.</p>
178-
179-<p>Bugtracking integration has been extended using regular expressions,
180-making it easier to pick out your issue IDs. Read about this in the
181-<a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/svn/tortoisesvn/tags/version_1.2.0/doc/issuetrackers.txt">
182-Issue Tracker Integration Spec</a>.</p>
183-
184-<p>Comment history is now inserted at the current cursor position,
185-rather than always at the beginning of any existing message.</p>
186-
187-<h3>Repository Browser</h3>
188-<p>Several new context menu entries, allowing you to export or
189-checkout directly from the browser.</p>
190-
191-<p>Open files using the Windows file association, or a program
192-of your choice.</p>
193-
194-<h3>Cleanup</h3>
195-<p>Subversion 1.2 adds extra functionality to the Cleanup command so that
196-it now makes more repairs. If the timestamp of a working copy file does
197-not match Subversion's recorded timestamp, but the file length does match,
198-Subversion does a byte-by-byte check to see if the files really are
199-different, and that can slow down status checks.</p>
200-
201-<p><tt>Cleanup</tt> now checks these files and if the content matches,
202-it resets its record of the timestamp so that future checks will run
203-faster. If your working copy is very slow to produce the list of files
204-in the <tt>Check for Modifications</tt> and <tt>Commit</tt> dialogs,
205-try running <tt>Cleanup</tt> on your working copy. If you used the
206-<tt>Use commit timestamps</tt> option, you should definitely do this.</p>
207-
208-<h3>Settings Dialog</h3>
209-<p>The settings dialog now has an updated interface which is less
210-crowded and easier to use. The options are also grouped in a more
211-logical manner, so you know where to look for things.</p>
212-
213-<h3>Tortoise Merge</h3>
214-<p>You can opt to ignore case differences when viewing file difference.
215-This is useful for VB source, which sometimes gets changed by the
216-IDE.</p>
217-
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21+ Thus, we include one here so that the page looks right when previewed
22+ locally, *but* we override the border which the CSS assigns to that
23+ style, so that we do not get two borders on the live page. -->
24+<div class="h2 app" id="customcontent">
25+ <center>
26+ <h2>TortoiseSVN 1.2 Release Notes</h2>
27+ </center>
28+ <h2>What's New in TortoiseSVN 1.2</h2>
29+
30+ <ul>
31+ <li>Optional locking ("reserved checkouts")</li>
32+ <li>New, much improved overlay cache</li>
33+ <li>Better use of overlays when co-existing with TortoiseCVS</li>
34+ <li>Many improved dialogs</li>
35+ <li>Many bugfixes</li>
36+ <li>Implemented all new <a href="http://subversion.tigris.org/svn_1.2_releasenotes.html">Subversion 1.2</a> features</li>
37+ <li>Linked against SVN 1.2</li>
38+ </ul>
39+
40+ <h2>Compatibility Concerns</h2>
41+
42+ <p>TortoiseSVN 1.2 is compatible with 1.0 and 1.1 servers. Of course,
43+ some of the new 1.2 features may not be available unless the server is
44+ upgraded to the latest version.</p>
45+
46+ <p>If you access a BDB repository using <tt>file://</tt> access
47+ you will need to update that repository to BDB 4.3 format.
48+ Instructions on how to do that can be found on the
49+ <a href="http://subversion.tigris.org/faq.html#bdb43-upgrade">
50+ Subversion FAQ page</a></p>
51+
52+ <p>Subversion 1.2 introduces an alternative history storage mechanism
53+ known as xdelta differencing. Reconstructing older data from repositories
54+ stored in the new format is much faster, resulting in a noticeable speedup
55+ for operations such as blame, checkout, diff and merge. Although converting
56+ repositories is not required, you may wish to do so in order to gain faster
57+ access. To do that you need to perform a dump/load cycle using the command
58+ line svnadmin tool. Look at the
59+ <a href="http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch05s03.html#svn-ch-5-sect-3.5">
60+ Subversion Manual</a> for instructions on how to do that.</p>
61+
62+ <p>The Windows 98/Me and Windows NT 4.0 operating systems are no longer
63+ supported in TortoiseSVN 1.2. That's not because we want to be unfriendly,
64+ but because there are just too many incompatibilities in these older OS versions
65+ which we have to work around, and as none of the developers use these systems
66+ it is impossible to test and debug properly. If you want to use TortoiseSVN
67+ with these systems, you should use the 1.1.x line which is still available
68+ from our download page.</p>
69+
70+ <h2>New Features</h2>
71+
72+ <h3>File Locking (<em>also requires updated server</em>)</h3>
73+
74+ <p>"Locking" is a long-requested feature, often known in other systems
75+ as "reserved checkouts". While Subversion is still primarily a <a
76+ href="http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch02s02.html#svn-ch-2-sect-2.3">copy-modify-merge</a>
77+ system focused on parallel development, there is widespread
78+ acknowledgement that not all files are easily mergeable &mdash;
79+ binary files in particular, such as artwork, compressed files,
80+ proprietary binary formats, or any other non-line-based data.</p>
81+
82+ <p>The goal of the new locking feature is twofold. First, provide a
83+ means to force serialized write-access to a file. Second, provide a
84+ communication mechanism to prevent users from wasting time on
85+ unmergable changes.</p>
86+
87+ <p>The first goal is accomplished using file locks. TortoiseSVN has new
88+ context menu entries to <tt>Get Lock</tt> and <tt>Release Lock</tt>.
89+ When a user locks a file, no other user may commit a change to the file
90+ or delete it from the repository.</p>
91+
92+ <p>Locks can also be stolen or broken, say if the person who locked a
93+ file goes on holiday and forgets to unlock. New lock hooks are available
94+ to system administrators to set their own locking policy. Refer to
95+ the Subversion documentation for details on repository administration.</p>
96+
97+ <p>The second goal &mdash; preventing a user from wasting time on an
98+ unmergable change &mdash; is accomplished via a new property,
99+ <tt>svn:needs-lock</tt>. Users (or administrators) are encouraged to
100+ set this property on any file that is unmergeable. When present, this
101+ property causes the file to be read-only <em>unless</em> the working
102+ copy holds a lock-token for the file, in which case the file is
103+ read-write. TortoiseSVN uses a new status overlay to indicate when
104+ a file is in the read-only state, which warns you that you need to
105+ acquire a lock before editing.</p>
106+
107+ <p><strong>Warning</strong>: if you have a team of users all accessing
108+ a repository via <tt>file://</tt>, then <strong>all</strong> users
109+ must use 1.2 clients. Pre-1.2 clients will unknowingly ignore locks.
110+
111+ <h3>New External Status Cache</h3>
112+
113+ <p>TortoiseSVN has always had a recursive overlay feature whereby overlay
114+ changes in lower level folders are propagated up through the folder hierarchy
115+ so that you don't forget about changes you made deep in the tree. However,
116+ in previous releases this feature was only useable with very small working
117+ copies due to the delay in getting the status information.</p>
118+
119+ <p>In release 1.2, a new <tt>TSVNCache</tt> program is used to maintain
120+ a cache of your working copy status, providing much faster access to this
121+ information. Not only does this prevent explorer from blocking while
122+ acquiring status, but it also makes recursive overlays workable.</p>
123+
124+ <p>Note: Explorer is much more responsive with the new cache because it
125+ displays pages before the full information is available and refreshes as
126+ required. This means that the status you see immediately may not be recursive
127+ but the non-recursive status.
128+ Depending on the size of your working copy it may take a second or two for
129+ the recursive status to filter through.</p>
130+
131+ <p>Subversion has always suffered from a speed problem if the timestamp
132+ on a file changes and the content doesn't. This forces subversion to
133+ do a byte-by-byte compare of the file with BASE to check whether it has
134+ really changed. In this new release, you can fix such timestamp mismatches
135+ using the <tt>Cleanup</tt> menu entry. If your WC has become slow to
136+ check, try doing a cleanup.</p>
137+
138+ <h3>Better Use of Overlays</h3>
139+
140+ <p>Windows supports only 15 icon overlays, and uses 3 of these itself.
141+ If both TortoiseSVN and TortoiseCVS are installed there are simply not
142+ enough overlays for both applications.</p>
143+
144+ <p>In this release, TortoiseSVN checks to see how many overlays are
145+ required by other apps, and only installs essential ones if there
146+ are not enough for everyone. It also displays an alternative overlay
147+ if the preferred one is not available. For example if the <tt>Added</tt>
148+ overlay is not available, the <tt>Modified</tt> overlay will be used
149+ instead.</p>
150+
151+ <h2>Enhancements and Bugfixes</h2>
152+
153+ <p>This is a major new release, and almost all the main dialogs have
154+ been improved in some way, either to add new features or to make
155+ them easier to use. Some of the main ones are mentioned below,
156+ and there have also been many minor bugfixes. To see the full list
157+ of changes check the
158+ <a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/svn/tortoisesvn/tags/version_1.2.0/src/Changelog.txt">
159+ ChangeLog (user 'guest' as username and '' as password)</a></p>
160+
161+ <h3>Merge Dialog</h3>
162+ <p>This has been changed considerably to make the difficult subject
163+ of merging easier to understand and use. You can now select revisions
164+ to merge using the revision log dialog, without trying to work out
165+ the correct numbers to insert in the revision boxes.</p>
166+
167+ <h3>Log Dialog</h3>
168+ <p>New filters allow you to search within the log messages, or restrict
169+ to a date range.</p>
170+
171+ <p>The new Subversion 1.2 API allows you to fetch a given number of
172+ log messages rather than the log messages for a given number of
173+ repository revisions. This makes it much easier to display a useful
174+ number of messages, and to get more messages as required.</p>
175+
176+ <p>Note - this feature works best with Subversion 1.2 servers.
177+ It will work with earlier servers, but will be slow. The server
178+ does not understand the new parameter and returns all log messages,
179+ which the Subversion client then filters. This results in very slow
180+ response. TortoiseSVN has a setting which allows you to use the old
181+ API in case you need to work with an older server.</p>
182+
183+ <p>You can now compare two revisions of a folder. TortoiseSVN will
184+ list the files which have changed, allowing you to diff each one
185+ individually.</p>
186+
187+ <p>You can now resize the 3 panes of the log dialog individually.</p>
188+
189+ <p>The log dialog has a number of other new context menus, allowing
190+ you to do more.</p>
191+
192+ <h3>Commit Dialog</h3>
193+ <p>Autocompletion now picks up some language-dependent keywords
194+ (usually class/method/variable name) using regular expressions.</p>
195+
196+ <p>Bugtracking integration has been extended using regular expressions,
197+ making it easier to pick out your issue IDs. Read about this in the
198+ <a href="http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/svn/tortoisesvn/tags/version_1.2.0/doc/issuetrackers.txt">
199+ Issue Tracker Integration Spec</a>.</p>
200+
201+ <p>Comment history is now inserted at the current cursor position,
202+ rather than always at the beginning of any existing message.</p>
203+
204+ <h3>Repository Browser</h3>
205+ <p>Several new context menu entries, allowing you to export or
206+ checkout directly from the browser.</p>
207+
208+ <p>Open files using the Windows file association, or a program
209+ of your choice.</p>
210+
211+ <h3>Cleanup</h3>
212+ <p>Subversion 1.2 adds extra functionality to the Cleanup command so that
213+ it now makes more repairs. If the timestamp of a working copy file does
214+ not match Subversion's recorded timestamp, but the file length does match,
215+ Subversion does a byte-by-byte check to see if the files really are
216+ different, and that can slow down status checks.</p>
217+
218+ <p><tt>Cleanup</tt> now checks these files and if the content matches,
219+ it resets its record of the timestamp so that future checks will run
220+ faster. If your working copy is very slow to produce the list of files
221+ in the <tt>Check for Modifications</tt> and <tt>Commit</tt> dialogs,
222+ try running <tt>Cleanup</tt> on your working copy. If you used the
223+ <tt>Use commit timestamps</tt> option, you should definitely do this.</p>
224+
225+ <h3>Settings Dialog</h3>
226+ <p>The settings dialog now has an updated interface which is less
227+ crowded and easier to use. The options are also grouped in a more
228+ logical manner, so you know where to look for things.</p>
229+
230+ <h3>Tortoise Merge</h3>
231+ <p>You can opt to ignore case differences when viewing file difference.
232+ This is useful for VB source, which sometimes gets changed by the
233+ IDE.</p>
234+</div>
235+</body>
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