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Re: 1.3 installer

From: David Anderson <david.anderson_at_calixo.net>
Date: 2006-01-11 05:49:53 CET

On Tuesday 10 January 2006 15:01, Wim Bonjean wrote:
> Have you found the time to build a windows SVN 1.3 installer? I am
> implementing SVN in our organization and am waiting for the locking
> feature in 1.3. This was the only feature that kept us using cvs up till
> now :-)

I don't know whether Branko is subscribed to the Users list, so I'll forward
this to the dev list, just in case.

The windows binary packages should be made available within the next few days.
I know they're late compared with our usual "next-day money-back"
super-efficiency, but this is a very busy time for all of the people who have
the tools and knowledge to roll these packages. And, as we explicitely don't
make promises about binary packages (see our downloads page for details),
they may take somewhat of a back-bench position in such situations.

But rest assured, all of you who have been mailing me asking about the win32
binary packages, we haven't forgotten, and the cavalry is on the way. Or if
it isn't, I'd very much like a telegram explaining how I could roll these
binary packages with the freely available Visual Studio Lite system, so that
I can take some of the pressure off the shoulders of developers who have
other, more important stuff to do.

Also, I'd just like to point out that the locking feature was introduced into
Subversion in the 1.2.0 release, which has been available for several months
now... The 1.3.0 release brings its own slew of changes, of course, but if
you were looking for locking, you're already ready to go with the 1.2.0
binaries. (Though if you hold on just a *little* longer, the 1.3.0 binaries
should get here!)

- Dave.

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