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upgrading SVN: which revisions do I need to "pass through"?

From: Alexis Huxley <ahuxley_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2002-11-23 15:31:50 CET

Hi ..

Up to now, come upgrade time, I've simply exported my version X repository,
compiled and installed version Y, and reimported. I've done this because
I've not really been using properties and I've not had any 'history' I
care to keep.

But now this is no longer the case: I want to keep my repository's properties
and history, and I want to upgrade, but I'm a bit behind:

        leda$ svn --version
        Subversion Client, version 0.14.0 (dev build)
           compiled Aug 4 2002, 19:11:33

Okay, I know I have to do dump/restore cycles with specific versions of
SVN. Is the sequence of SVN versions I need to "pass through" documented
somewhere? I couldn't find it on the web pages.

Also, I know that compiling any SVN version is best done with
specific versions of Apache2/APR/neon, are the required versions of
these documented somewhere?

Are the 'right' versions of these things even going to be available
anywhere? If not, and I use the latest of each of them, as per a new
install, am I going to hit compile problems with the old SVN versions?

Advice appreciated! Thanks!


PS If there'll be a new version this week, then I'll wait till *next*
   weekend to do the upgrade :-)

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