This nautilus extension show an emblem in the files when the script detect a .svn folder.
Do not work with folders, only files.
But i suggest to use the python-svn of Grundic None. (svn-icons-emblems-with-python-svn_*.*_all.deb)
Take a look in the small screenshot.
When the file is not added in svn, it show a gray cross.
When the file is modified, it show a red icon.
In any else case, the icon is green.
This small script is very very very very very very very very very very very very very very useful to me. Please enjoy.
[size=2]About python-svn support:[/size]
This is a version of Grundic None that use python-svn. It work perfectly, but is a little slow in first load. Anyway, it have support to files and folders.
You can not install both versions. (I am talking about the fast version, without python-svn)
[size=2]About python-subversion support:[/size]
This version made by Stefano Sonzogni support folders and tree walk. Its seem to be fast.
[size=2]Require for python-svn support:[/size]
[size=2]Require for python-subversion support:[/size]
Run the .deb
anyway, if it do not work, unzip the file and put the .py file over:
Added in 2008.12.22
Please, see KappaSVN. It is like TortoiseSVN.
Added in 2009.01.11
GnubVersion is a GNOME interface to Subversion. It integrates with the Nautilus file manager to allow access to (eventually) all subversion client-side functions, without having to resort to the command line.
Provides graphical equivalents to "svn checkout", "svn update" etc.