It appears that development of SCPlugin has resumed, despite the fact that the news page has not been updated in over two years. The project’s Documents & Files page offers downloads of versions as new as December 9, 2006, including an “experimental” Universal Binary build of SCPlugin. I haven’t had a chance to test this yet, but this is certainly encouraging.
Older information follows…
NOTE: Despite the fact that some folks have gotten it to compile, Intel builds of this plugin have proven to be extremely buggy. At this point I have switched to using svnX for all of my svn needs on OS X. The best I can recommend would be to contact the SCPlugin project maintainers listed at scplugin.tigris.org and request that effort be put into Intel compatibility.
SCPlugin, a contextual menu plugin for the OS X Finder, is pretty cool. The official distro is only via source, tho, which isn’t super handy for a lot of folks. So I built the plugin and zipped that bad boy up for your enjoyment:
Update: Raf. has built what promises to be an Intel-compatible version of SCPlugin:
Hi Ed, I’ve compiled an Intel version of the plugin (I noticed some comments on your blog requesting Intel versions: http://funkatron.com/wp/archives/os-x/binary-build-of-scplugin/) Please find the file at: http://studiofunk.com.au/downloads/SCPlugin-Intel.zip You can mirror the file if you like and let some of your readers know with an updated article.
[tags]svn, subversion, OS X, mac, Finder, plugin, scplugin, intel, binary, compile[/tags]