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RE: Subversion 0.24.1 released.

From: James Goodall <jgoodall_at_dmetrix.com>
Date: 2003-06-17 17:56:16 CEST

My build of 0.24.1 does not pass all of the tests. I get this failure
during 'make check':

At least one test FAILED, checking
FAIL: svnversion_tests.py 1: test 'svnversion' on a working copy and other

I've been able to successfully build and test all of the previous releases
since 0.17 without a problem and my procedure for making/checking this build
is exactly the same every time:
 - untar/unzip
 - configure --disable-mod-activation
 - make
 - make check

There's nothing fancy going on and all operations done as root. Can anyone
tell me what might be causing this test to fail? TIA.

 - James

(P.S. Please reply to me directly if possible as I'm not subscribed to the
mailing list. Thanks.)

-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Price [mailto:michael.price@computer.org]
Sent: Monday, June 16, 2003 11:14 AM
To: announce@subversion.tigris.org
Cc: Subversion Development
Subject: Subversion 0.24.1 released.

I am pleased to announce that another interim release of Subversion is
now available. You can grab release 0.24.1 at the following location:


The MD5 checksum for this release is 8e1402528f0db97d9a187decddde89d1.

The list of changes in the 0.24.X series is substantial and users are
encouraged to browse the list at the end of this email. Please keep in
mind that extensive improvements were made to the ra_svn protocol which
require svnserve users to upgrade both their servers and clients. We are
also happy to announce that svnserve now works on the Windows platform.

This release was tested against Apache httpd 2.0.46, which is available
at this location:


Users are encouraged to upgrade to Apache 2.0.46 as this fixes several
security issues present in 2.0.45 and earlier including the following
issue which may be of interest to those running mod_dav:


Please direct all questions and comments regarding this release to
the dev@subversion.tigris.org mailing list.

Michael Price


Version 0.24.1 (released 16 June 2003, revision 6249,

 User-visible changes:
 * Fix bug in 'svn log'.

 Developer-visible changes:
 * none

Version 0.24.0 (released 15 June 2003, revision 6234,

 User-visible changes:
 * new 'svn diff [--old OLD] [--new NEW]' syntax (#1142)
 * new --relocate option for svn switch (#951)
 * new --version option for svnadmin and svnlook
 * new path-based authorization module for apache
 * make 'svn checkout' and not just 'svn update' resume a checkout
 * .svn directories now hidden on Windows
 * config variable 'store-password = no' now actually works
 * fix 'svn merge --dry-run'
 * fix 'properties hanging after a rename' issue (#1303)
 * fix odd behavior of 'svn up -r PREV filename' (#1304)
 * fix delete-tracking bug (#1348)
 * fix dump and load corner cases (#1290)
 * ra_dav server more resilient for foreign deltaV clients
 * numerous ra_svn changes - must update clients and servers
 * fix export over ra_svn (#1318)
 * fix ra_svn error transmission bug (#1146)
 * fix ra_svn corruption in tunnel mode (#1145)
 * make svnserve multi-threaded on non-fork platforms (now works on Windows)
 * remove svnserve -F and -S options
 * various memory use improvements (#1323)
 * various performance improvements for all protocols
 * various performance improvements for 'svnadmin dump' and svnlook
 * various subversion book updates (you have read the book right?)
 * more cvs2svn.py improvements (and more to follow)
 * new debugging script normalize-dump.py to normalize dump output

 Developer-visible changes:
 * path-based editor drivers
 * no more RA->do_checkout()
 * update python and java bindings
 * various windows build fixes

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