One of our customers, Sofa, recently released the first easy to use Subversion client for the Mac, named Versions. Version control is a critical piece to software development projects, and the tools and processes to handle versioning have often been pain points for development teams. The ability to easily visualize commits, notes and changes that Versions offers is a big step forward for Mac developers.
A time-limited demo is available for free download and a single copy sells for 39 euros. Versions has been in public beta since June of 2008. You can view the press release here or read more at the Unofficial Apple Weblog.
The registration system for Versions is hosted on a FreeBSD Virtual Private Server at RootBSD. The flexibility that RootBSD’s VPS service offers allowed administrators to upgrade their VPS in a matter of minutes to handle increased server load at the release date.