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Re: locking a file renders repos unusable with older clients

From: Norbert Unterberg <nepo_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2005-03-26 15:18:18 CET

Mark Phippard schrieb:

>>I am tempted think in most cases where network admins are involved
>>subversion runs on apache or svnserve. On these systems you need to
>>upgrade the server and then the repository manually to enable locking.
>>No auto-update here. So 9,500 of the 10,000 admins need to do some
>>manual work anyway.
>I do not think this is true. I believe the repository will auto-update
>regardless of the RA method used to access it.
I do not know that much details about subversion, but I did not think
that a subversion 1.1 svnserve process or mod_ dav_svn module running
on a server would upgrade the repository to a 1.2 format when processing
requests from a remote 1.2 client?

>Perhaps we should explore ghudson's ideas more. Why do we really need to
>bump the version number?
I have not taken part in that discussion so I'll back out here ...

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