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Re: [Whoops Fwd: Using PostgreSQL instead of Berkeley DB??]

From: Peter Davis <peter_at_pdavis.cx>
Date: 2002-04-25 10:10:00 CEST

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On Wednesday 24 April 2002 16:06, Greg Stein wrote:
> Personally, I have two big goals for post-1.0 work: conversion to a SQL
> backend

As a Subversion user, I'd like to formally request that support for Berkeley
DB or a similar filesystem-based backend is never removed. Setting up an SQL
server is nothing to be taken lightly for most installations. Subversion
needs to be useable right out of the box (ie., "svnadmin create repos; svn co
repos/foo;"). SQL would be great for those who want it, but a lot of people
wouldn't (myself included -- I have grown fond of Berkeley DB, despite its

I'm sure you all already realize this and intend to do this anyway, so thanks
for letting me waste your time by preaching to the choir :-)

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Peter Davis
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