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Re: ISO-8601 dates and issue 614

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-05-07 22:28:00 CEST

Nuutti Kotivuori <naked@iki.fi> writes:
> 1) Old repository, new client
> Will repository get some date string from the client that it cannot
> parse after the change - if so, where?

Do repositories *ever* get dates from clients? I think only revision
numbers and paths are transmitted in that direction.

> 2) New repository, old client
> Will the new repository send dates to the client it cannot parse? Will
> it do this immediately and is it fatal - eg. upgrading repos breaks
> all old clients? Or does it just appear on new commits? Or is it not a
> problem at all?

It's okay for new repositories to break old clients, as long as the
code to deal with the new repository is checked in well before the
live server is actually upgraded. Being forced to upgrade your client
is normal around here :-). Being forced to re-checkout your working
copy is not (or shouldn't be, anyway, heh).

> I'll start testing my already changed client sometime soon - but I do
> not have a WebDAV server to play with for the test.

Have you / can you set up httpd-2.0 w/ mod_dav_svn locally?


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