On Thu, Jul 29, 2010 at 04:43, Hyrum K. Wright
> The project doesn't typically provide binaries, partly because there
> are so many different combinations that it's hard to justify which
> ones to build and which not too.
> However, providing binaries of these releases may be really useful,
> especially for people in your position. I *really* hope that our
> volunteer packagers chose to build binaries of these interim releases
> (with the appropriate warnings, of course). It would also be nice if
> third-parties (such as Tortoise) used these as part of their own beta
TortoiseSVN already uses the svn trunk code (right now, about two
weeks old) for its current nightly build releases. Of course, due to
the wc format change, not many people are using it.
Our build and upload script also provides builds of svn.exe,
svnadmin.exe and svnserve.exe for people to use if they like:
But these builds of svn use a static build of the svn libs (i.e., no
lib dlls but everything linked into the same exe), so they slightly
differ from the official builds.
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Received on 2010-07-29 13:09:23 CEST