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Apps: iWeb Publisher, Subversion

updated 08:00 pm EST, Tue February 12, 2008

TimeLog, Bin-it

  • iWeb Publisher 2.0.1 (free) allows the quick and easy uploading of iWeb sites to your web host. It will quickly upload a file or the contents of a folder to a web site via FTP. Once configured, uploading a web site created in iWeb is as easy as dragging a folder on to the Easy iWeb Publisher icon in the dock. Version 2.0.1 adds Leopard support as resolves issues dealing with multiple configurations. [Download - 250KB]

  • Subversion 1.4.6 (donationware) Versioning and repository software. The package of the binary has changed. The 1.4.4 release installed everything in /usr/local which made the package difficult to uninstall. The 1.4.6+ package installs Subversion into /opt/subversion for easy management and coexistence with other installations. The 1.4.4 packaging also included unnecessary files like header file. [Download - form]

  • TimeLog 4.2 ($25) time tracking software. TimeLog 4.2 adds direct export to iWork (Pages and Numbers), an Export option for the Application Tracker, printing of detailed Expenses and a Norwegian localization. In addition the user interface is improved and a lot of issues have been fixed. Available in English, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Spanish, Polish and Norwegian. [Download - 5.4MB]

  • Bin-it 1.5.2 ($30) a free update to the desktop trash can utility for Mac OS X. It provides quick and easy access to the Mac OS X Trash. It includes a floating trash can on your desktop (instead of the Trash being hidden in the Dock), a Trash Level Display and many adjustable options for trash themes, sounds, sizes, opacity and more. The update adds sounds to the OS 8 and OS X themes, and adds an option in the Preferences to switch built-in and custom sounds on or off. [Download - 1.7MB]

  • Revolution 2.9 ($1000) application design and programming tool. The new release has overhauled support for Linux, a new graphics architecture, support for complex Unicode scripts, improved font rendering, native open and save dialogs and native print dialogs [Download - form]




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  1. rachel_greenham

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    subversion?

    Why would you install that subversion? Leopard comes with it installed as standard, you don't even need the developer tools installed.

    It *is* worth installing SCPlugin though, which integrates it with the Finder: http://scplugin.tigris.org/

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