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Re: Subversion machine

From: William L. Anderson <band_at_acm.org>
Date: 2004-01-08 22:46:16 CET

Steve: in the past week I just built the subversion-0.35.1 client on a
brand new Powerbook running OS X 10.2.8 with only one problem. The
system crashed during the make, but picked up perfectly after reboot.
The client seems to be working fine, but my use of subversion is very
simple.

Bill Anderson
praxis101.com

Steve A. McClelland wrote:

> Hi -
>
> We are working to replace our CVS repositories with a Subversion
> system. We currently use Red Hat for most of our development desktops
> and servers. As redhat is changing its support model we are looking to
> switch to a new Linux distribution. Is there a preferred distribution
> for supporting Subversion? We want to minimize the maintenance in
> keeping the clients and servers up to date. We have generally not
> supported Apache2 on our machines either. Distribution release cycles
> and security patches are also a consideration. If anyone has advice or
> opinions I would welcome them. Also, is anyone working with a good
> subversion client on MacOSX?
>
> Thanks,
> Steve
>
> --
> Steven McClelland
> Technology
> steve@interdimensions.com
>
>
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