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RE: svn 0.14.3 released

From: Barry Scott <barry.alan.scott_at_ntlworld.com>
Date: 2002-09-25 01:19:47 CEST

Is the APR and APR-UTIL in httpd-2.0.42 suitable for building this
release? (I cannot see a 0.9.2 of APR they claim 0.9.1 is the latest.)

BArry

> -----Original Message-----
> From: sussman@collab.net [mailto:sussman@collab.net]
> Sent: 21 September 2002 00:18
> To: SVN Dev List; announce@subversion.tigris.org
> Subject: svn 0.14.3 released
>
>
>
> Rejoice, for another Alpha 'interim' release of Subversion is upon us,
> another step on the path to Beta.
>
> Please note that the latest Subversion (0.14.3) requires at least
> 0.9.2 of apr and apr-util, and the server module (mod_dav_svn) must
> build against any version of httpd NEWER than 2.0.40. Please do not
> try building against the httpd 2.0.40 release tarball; at the time of
> this writing, httpd-2.0.42 was in final testing stages, so it should
> be released any day now. (If you're impatient, then checkout the HEAD
> of httpd-2.0 from CVS, which works fine.)
>
> Also note that our logo contest has ended. Congratulations to Tyrus
> Christiana (tyrus.christiana@databuilt.com). His logo now graces the
> front of our website. (All the entries and votes are still visible at
> http://svn.collab.net/repos/logos) If you're into Subversion team
> spirit, you can buy a subversion t-shirt, mousepad, coffee mug, and
> other things from our page at:
>
> http://www.cafepress.com/subversion
>
> Note that this page isn't for any fundraising -- just for promoting
> project spirit. All of the items are being sold at cost.
>
> Finally, we should mention that our main repository, svn.collab.net,
> has been upgraded to use SSL. So you should be able to do all
> checkouts over https://.
>
> Here's our list of CHANGES for this release:
>
> User-visible changes:
> * new ~/.subversion/config file
> * new $Id$ keyword
> * new client --no-auth-cache option
> * empty values in the Windows Registry are no longer ignored (issue #671)
> * report details of repository start-commit or pre-commit hook errors
> * fix locking behaviour when using current directory as a target
> * updated man page
> * new front-page logo. :-)
>
> Developer-visible changes:
> * continuing work on python SWIG bindings
> * continuing work on new access-baton system for libsvn_wc
> * upgrade to neon 0.23.4 to fix Windows build issues and seg faults
> * add XFAIL to the C testing framework
> * prevent setting of certain svn: props on incorrect file types
> * cleanup libsvn_subr's path library behavior
> * new 'fast-clean' vs. 'clean' Makefile targets
> * various bugfixes, tweaks, cleanups.
>
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