Usable, but slow and limited I'm using this app for three days but each checkout and commit take forever to accomplish. Some important functionality is missing like a command line client, or graphical equivalent of the features of the command line client (like svn diff, svn cp...). It does help though, it's not a bad product but I can't say it's a good one. I will change my review if I see improvements.
Never been so easy! I guess I'm old school or just used to solo programming for 30+ years, but I've always had trouble wrapping my head around Subversion, GIT, etc., until now (not the concept, but the particulars). It's never been this easy for me to checkout a project. I'll grab the Pro version to help support the project when I've full tested the free version. Thanks and, keep it up.
Great, but... Automatically adding all files in the working copy when committing isn't always desirable. I prefer to use my repository only for source code, not binaries. Also, I never want/need extraneous files (eg. the .aux and .log files that LaTeX produces when compiling a document) to clutter up the repository. I can see why auto-add would be a useful feature at times, but why not make it optional?
Operation in progress...please wait. What progress? Its good apps. But.. I don't know whether its work or not. Please provide verbose proccess dialog while checkout, commiting, update and so on. So we know what is going on with the progress.
Good, but so painfully slow!! Even on fast WiFi, this app is so slow. Content resolution works. However, there are files marked as modified and/or having s conflict when in reality it isn't modified and does not have a conflict.
No way to communicate This app has possibilities, but there doesn't seem to be a to communicate with the developer. You say to use the Web site for issues, but there's nothing on the Web site that allows you to. I would like to know how to set external sd card as default, and I found a closed issue that said it was resolved, but only for pro version. How can I get pro version? Also will you be able to set permissions in Marshmallow? I'll change my rating when I get some communication.
All changes in this version (jira search results):
Keepass2Android is a password manager compatible with KeePass 2 (.kdbx) files
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