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Re: 0.16 client with 0.17 server?

From: <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2003-01-21 21:03:57 CET

Greg Stein gstein@lyra.org writes:
 Well, we're seeing some of the namespace stuff, which should be easily
 fixable. Is there another reason to avoid commits from earlier clients? IOW,
 denying them because of the namespace thing seems a bit gratuitous.
 I think we may have goofed a bit. We should have switched the client to the
 new namespaces and let that sit for a while, before disabling them in the
 Hmm. In fact, I think we may have a problem in a pure 0.17 environment,
 which may be what David Summers is seeing. Consider include/svn_dav.h:
 So libsvn_ra_dav is *still* sending old namespaces. And today's server is
 rejecting the old namespaces.
 Not good.

Looks like Mike posted the answer to this already.

 It sounds like maybe a 'make davcheck' with 0.17 wasn't performed before
 release. :-(

Not only was 'make davcheck' run on the 0.17 release on two different
machines, but it was also run with a 0.16.1 client against a 0.17
server, just to make sure.

(Translation: C'mon, dude, get real.)

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