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Older tarballs of Milestone releases

From: Kirby C. Bohling <kbohling_at_birddog.com>
Date: 2002-03-11 22:25:45 CET

Is there anyplace to get the last couple of tarballs released? I have
an interest in setting up some sort of "regression" suite for memory
consumption and logfiles generated, database size. Give it a full path
to a svnadmin and a svn binary and let it rip on linux kernel source
trees. Do a measurement on import/update/commit apply patches big and
small and just display the measurements.

There have been a lot of interesting posts recently about surprising
things to do with sizes of variout other things. I figured the old
tarballs would be handy to get some sort of baseline. Follow gstein's
rule of measure it rather argue what should be the case. Amazing how
many times logic fails a person.

I know I can get the old versions using svn, but it becomes a problem in
finding the right apr/apr-util/neon version to link against. I know the
recent tarballs had everything all together which was pretty handy.
Besides and empirically show the recent improvements.

It appears that from the download screen that if I knew the magic
download id, I could get them. I just don't see anyplace that has that
list or any interface to find them. Sorry if I missed something obvious.

        Thanks,
                Kirby

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