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RE: 1.4.0-rc1 tarballs up for testing/signing

From: Lieven Govaerts <lgo_at_mobsol.be>
Date: 2006-06-24 22:06:04 CEST

David,

I ran the tests on the RC1 package on Windows XP. I know you will be
releasing a new package next week, this was a testrun to correctly setup my
build & sign environment, I'll try to include bdb and bindings when testing
RC2.

Tested: fsfs x (ra_local + ra_svn + ra_dav)
Not tested: bindings, bdb

Build environment:
- Windows VS 2003.NET
- Apache 2.0.54
- apr/apr-util/apr-inconv as included in apache 2.0.54 package (=0.9.7)
- Neon 0.24.7
- zlib 1.2.3
- bdb 4.3.27

This setup was working correctly, all tests passed. I can give my +0
(non-binding) vote.

Remarks:
1. as also noted by Paul Burba, the included apr 0.9.7 is too old for the
also included neon 0.25.5. I propose to include apr 0.9.12 (also included in
apache 2.0.58) in the next RC.

2. The memory usage of apache 2.0.54 was huge during the test run. Some
process stats (after testrun was finished):
mem usage: 525.768K
vm size: 1.430.896K
handles: 4083
threads: 254

Signature:

subversion-1.4.0-rc1.zip.asc:

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h12UbzAt/3oEK0fo8HTEh3A=
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Lieven.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Anderson [mailto:david.anderson@calixo.net]
> Sent: donderdag 1 juni 2006 20:29
> To: dev@subversion.tigris.org
> Subject: 1.4.0-rc1 tarballs up for testing/signing
>
> Following a comment by cmpilato on the directory names I
> randomly choose to hide the tarballs for unblessed releases
> until people have read the large warning, I will now unveil
> the strange origins of these names in my call for sigs.
>
> This one is the name of a band that I was listening to while
> the tarballs rolled. It is caracterized by the band members
> being very much aware that they are being very silly, and a
> vampire/werewolf theme (quite fitting, as they are a Romanian band).
>
> So, with no further ado, Subversion 1.4.0-rc1, is up for
> testing and signing. The magic revision is r19895.
>
> http://lolut.utbm.info/subversion/1.4.0/rc1/
>
> As usual, signatures from full committers back to me, and
> enthusiastic tester feedback is welcome. However, this RC is
> not yet blessed for wide release, so please don't make it
> available to people not interested in test-driving the new release.
>
> Also, distro package maintainers, please to NOT include any
> RC builds, even blessed, into operating system distros. The
> reasons for not doing so were very eloquently outlined by
> Karl in a mail, which is summarized at the above address.
>
> The quick version is: we don't guarantee compatibility
> between the RCs and the final release, so if people install
> the RC, all their repositories and working copies might break
> unrepairably when they upgrade to 1.4.0 proper. We don't
> want that kind of bad publicity, and neither do you.
>
> Have fun!
> - Dave
>
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