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Re: Rejecting commits to a 1.5 server from clients < 1.5

From: <david.finnie_at_aciworldwide.com>
Date: 2007-10-23 22:41:15 CEST

Blair Zajac <blair@orcaware.com> wrote on 24/10/2007 06:21:56 AM:

> Daniel Rall wrote:
> >
> > Blair actually brought this issue up about a year ago, and the
> > consensus was that while it's certainly a valid issue, we currently
> > have no reliable way to do this. We simply can't trust the client, so
> > can't enforce this with 100% reliability. We can, however, put some
> > "guideline" constraints in place (along the lines of the suggestions
> > in this thread).
> I'm not looking for a 100% reliability. As long as somebody downloads a
> known binary, say Subclipse, our .exe's or TortoiseSVN who will do a
> good build,
> or downloads and compiles from source and doesn't modify the source,
> that's good
> enough for me.


Received on Tue Oct 23 22:41:13 2007

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