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Re: Another working copy library

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2007-01-30 10:41:50 CET

On 1/30/07, Greg Stein <gstein@lyra.org> wrote:

> And FWIW, I am very, very strongly against any notion of 2.0.
> Personally, I see it as a failure in creativity. Shooting for 2.0 is a
> shortcut. It's a way to avoid the difficult problems. It is a way to
> shove development problems/maintenance at the bazillions of users that
> Subversion has today. Consider: 1.x clients and 2.0 servers are not
> compatible. 2.x clients and 1.x servers are not compatible.

FWIW, there's no reason that we have to drop client/server compat for
2.0. We've always said we weren't required to keep compat between
major versions, but we don't have to get rid of all of it. It's
perfectly reasonable IMO for us to decide to drop working copy and
binary compat while keeping network protocol compat.

Not that I'm arguing for a 2.0, I just wouldn't want "the clients will
be incompatible with the servers" to be the reason for not doing one.


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