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Re: Features and release dates

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-05-01 20:38:07 CEST

Nicklas Larsson <kilsmo@lysator.liu.se> writes:

> Hi,
> I just saw that the feature list for version 1.0 has been changed on the
> project page.

Yeah, now that we're getting nearer a 1.0 release this summer, we were
tired of misleading newbies coming to the website. :-)

> Now, when I read that 1.0 will probably not include annotate and module
> support, the most obvious question is, how much longer will it take to
> finish the version with annotate and module support?

Those two features *could* make it in by 1.0, but at this point it's
not likely we have time to finish them, unless a new army of
volunteers comes out of nowhere. My guess is that they'll probably be
implemented soon afterwards, like in 1.1.

> Another thing that I would like to ask is if something important in the
> database will change between 1.0 and x.x when modules are supported?

Certainly, the repository features and internal implementations will
change over time. But that's why we have a repository dump/load file
format -- so you can migrate your data from an older repository to a
newer repository.

> Is it safe for a company to start using SubVersion at version 1.0?

That's the only difference between Alpha and 1.0: safety. :-)

> Will SubVersion 1.0 be able to convert a CVS repository on its release
> date?

Yes. cvs2svn is a work already in progress.

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