Re: 'svn --version -v' displays wrong OS version information on Windows 10
On 20.12.2016 10:05, Ivan Zhakov wrote:
> I've noticed that 'svn --version -v' displays wrong information about
> OS version on Windows 10 and later.
> For example:
> $ svn --version -v
> System information:
> * running on x86/x86_64-microsoft-windows6.2.9200
> - Windows 10 Enterprise 2015 LTSB, build 10240 [6.3 Client
> Multiprocessor Free]
> * linked dependencies:
> - APR 1.5.1 (compiled with 1.5.2)
> - APR-Util 1.5.3 (compiled with 1.5.4)
> - Expat 2.2.0 (compiled with 2.2.0)
> - SQLite 3.11.1 (static)
> - Utf8proc 1.1.5 (compiled with 1.1.5)
> - ZLib 1.2.8 (compiled with 1.2.8)
> * loaded shared libraries:
> - C:\Ivan\SVN\trunk\Debug\subversion\svn\svn.exe (1.10)
> - C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\ntdll.dll (6.2.10240.17184)
> - C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\KERNEL32.DLL (6.2.10240.17113)
> - C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\KERNELBASE.dll (6.2.10240.17184)
> Notice that version is '6.2' while it should be 10.0. Version for OS
> modules are also wrong. This happens because svn.exe is not manifested
> properly and Windows enables 'version lie shims' in this case .
How about the "6.3 Client Multiprocessor Free" part? I suppose 6.3 is
correct in this case? AIUI that's the actual kernel version.
Anyway ... looks good to me. We'll just have to remember to update the
manifest when the next version of Windows comes along, which is no worse
than macOS version mapping.
Received on 2016-12-20 10:48:46 CET
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