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Re: Deprecating 1.1.x when 1.3.0 comes out.

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-10-07 19:42:09 CEST

Florian Weimer <fw@deneb.enyo.de> writes:
> * Malcolm Rowe:
> > as someone mentions every so often, several
> > of the Linux server distributions - SuSE, most recently, wasn't it? -
> > are still on a 1.1.x version.
> Debian sarge comes with 1.1.4, and needs to provide security support
> for this version at least until June 2007, perhaps longer.

Don't worry, serious security flaws will always be handled.

The text we use when we deprecate is like this:

   The Subversion 1.0.x line is no longer supported. This doesn't
   mean that your 1.0 installation is doomed; if it works well and is
   all you need, that's fine. "No longer supported" just means we've
   stopped accepting bug reports against 1.0.x versions, and will not
   make any more 1.0.x bugfix releases (except perhaps for a critical
   security or data-loss bug.)

That's from the 1.2 release notes.


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