On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 6:28 PM, Talden <talden_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> It looks like we might be fairly close to having on-disk formats
>> stabilized, and hence rolling alphas. †Prereleases may be fairly
>> prolific, since I want to work the bugs out of the transition to ASF
>> distribution infrastructure, and get fixes into the hands of users
> I'm very interested in experimenting with the alphas. †I have little
> time or interest in building subversion myself (last time I looked at
> that in ~1.3 days, getting the appropriate tools, dependencies and
> environment set up was like gnawing off my own leg) but I'd very much
> like to perform some scripted experiments using our corporate
> repository content (a copy of course) with 1.7 on Win32 and Win64.
The project doesn't typically provide binaries, partly because there
are so many different combinations that it's hard to justify which
ones to build and which not too.
However, providing binaries of these releases may be really useful,
especially for people in your position. I *really* hope that our
volunteer packagers chose to build binaries of these interim releases
(with the appropriate warnings, of course). It would also be nice if
third-parties (such as Tortoise) used these as part of their own beta
> 1.7 sounds very promising and it would be great to get an early look
> at the progress made and maybe help shake out the bugs.
Received on 2010-07-29 04:50:35 CEST