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announcing Subversion 0.11.0

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-04-12 22:37:08 CEST

The conquering hordes of Subversion developers are proud to announce
Subversion milestone 0.11.0. We had two interim releases since 0.10,
but here's a quick summary of user-visible improvements since then:

 * completion of 'svn merge'
 * proxy support via a ~/.subversion configuration area
 * conflicts now create conflict-markers in files, and 3 fulltext backups.
 * new 'svn resolve' command removes conflicted state (by removing backups)
 * fixed and unified pop-up $EDITOR behaviors
 * New --targets command-line option for some commands.

Of course, this list is incomplete, and ignores the numerous
under-the-hood bugfixes, improvements, rewritens and cleanups.
See our CHANGES file for full details.

As usual, a new tarball has been posted in the "Downloads" section of
the Subversion website:


Please notice the new warning at the top of the page. The tarball is
meant to *bootstrap* to the latest source only, not for general
installation and use.

Also of interest -- we're now using branches. We used 'svn cp' to
create a 0.11.0 branch copy of trunk/, and rolled the tarball from
that. People can continue to commit large changes to trunk/, and if
we discover some bug in the 0.11.0 tarball, we can commit the fix to
trunk/ and then use 'svn merge' to port the change to the 0.11.0
branch. (Just like a real version control system!)

Best wishes,

 -- the svn development team

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