SCPlugin binary for Intel Macs

Update: official universal builds are now available.

Raf. wrote it to let me know that he’s created an Intel binary of SCPlugin, the Finder plugin that enables SVN access

Hi Ed, I’ve compiled an Intel version of the plugin (I noticed some comments on your blog requesting Intel versions) Please find the file at:

I’ve also mirrored the file locally.

[tags]SCPlugin, Finder, svn, subversion, OS X, mac[/tags]

  • John
    08/05/2006 12:05:07 PM

    Anyone actually used this successfully yet? It just causes my Finder (10.4.7 MBP) to crash and doesn’t seem to work at all.

  • Ed
    08/05/2006 12:19:06 PM

    Same here, honestly. I think the GUI options out there are your best bets, like svnX or ZigVersion.

  • John
    08/05/2006 12:22:08 PM

    Guess so. I’m using SmartSVN, but I really miss the Finder integration (I use it religiously on my G5) :P

  • Yanik Crépeau
    08/11/2006 01:39:19 PM

    Downloaded and installed binaries: Finder crashes. Downloaded, compiled and installed from code source: Finder crashes.

    I have done the source code download, compile and install on another machine (PowerPC based) and got no problem.

    In the source code, the “mach_override.c” file has a strange thing. There is an error generated when compiling on an Intel machine.

    The code reads:

    if !defined(ppc) && !defined(POWERPC)

    #error “this code is currently PowerPC-only”


    So, I suspect that there is a missing thing for Intel here.


  • Jack Repenning
    09/26/2007 07:06:52 PM

    The latest version of SCPlugin is Universal.