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Re: Subversion 0.32.1 release

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-10-25 04:18:48 CEST

John Locke <mail@freelock.com> writes:

> Have I likely mangled my repositories by now? Or as long as I don't get
> an error, can I merrily continue my mishmash of versions (I promise next
> time I'll update everything ;-)

No protocol incompatibilities are going to mangle your repository.
They all manifest themselves as failed network operations: a commit
errors out before getting started, or a checkout results in an empty
working copy, and so on. No need to worry about losing data.

By running a mishmash of client and server versions, though, you're
pretty much guaranteeing that you're not going to get any technical
support when you see a weird error. :-) The first words out of our
mouth will be, "update everything to the latest version and try

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