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Re: Including serf 0.2 in svn 1.5 RC's

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2008 06:21:50 -0700

On Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 4:59 AM, Lieven Govaerts <svnlgo_at_mobsol.be> wrote:
> It looks like we will not be able to release serf 0.2 in the next coming
> weeks. The code itself is ready, this is mainly an
> availability-of-people issue. We hope to get it released at ApacheCon
> (april 9th - 11th).
> Now, what has this to do with Subversion? Serf 0.2 will include a whole
> list of fixes and features that are needed to get ra_serf closer to
> ra_neon in terms of functionality and stability. There's at least NTLM,
> proxy server, progress feedback and SSL server certificate validation
> that ra_serf will support with serf 0.2.
> Wile subversion 1.5 beta contains most of the above (except ssl server
> certificates), the code is only built when using serf trunk.
> So, this leads me to the question: if we release serf 0.2 somewhere mid
> april, when subversion 1.5 RC1 is probably already tagged, are there any
> objections to start supporting serf 0.2 in a later RC and include it in
> the deps file?
> Considering serf is still listed as experimental I don't think this is a
> big issue, but I'd like to hear other opinions too.

I do not see a problem with updating our dependencies in the tarball
at any point during our release process, including the RC to GA

Mark Phippard
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