I'm happy to announce the release of new MaxSVN versions today:
These versions were built with an updated set of dependencies/build tools:
- VS 2015 Update 3
- ActivePerl 220.127.116.110
- CMake 3.7.0
- NASM 2.12.02 (replacing usage of ml64.exe)
- Python 2.7.12
- SCons 2.5.1
- Apache httpd 2.4.23
- Apache Serf 1.3.9
- Expat 2.2.0
- Neon 0.30.2
- OpenSSL 1.0.2j
- PCRE 8.39
- SQLite 3.15.1
Highlights in these versions are:
- improved SVN test coverage
- tests cover for tests requiring elevated privileges
- ensuring deployed content is actually tested
- MaxSVN 1.7.x: [fsfs] x [ra_local | ra_serf (http) | ra_neon (http)]
- MaxSVN 1.8.x: [fsfs] x [ra_local | ra_serf (http)]
- MaxSVN 1.9.x: [fsfs | fsx] x [ra_local | ra_serf (http)]
- MaxSVN trunk: [fsfs | fsx] x [ra_local | ra_serf (http) | ra_serf
- All MaxSVN versions ship with all available standard SVN tools now.
- MaxSVN trunk: Contains the svn mergeinfo normalizer tool again which
was missed in the previous version.
- MaxSVN trunk: Contains a fix for a deadlock condition when utilizing
the experimental fsx filesystem.
- Notable build environment changes
- Apache httpd builds integrate OpenSSL now (for https-testcoverage
and to make a step towards a feature complete SVN build environment).
- OpenSSL is built using NASM now (previous builds relied on the
Microsoft assembler (ml64.exe).
Please note that normally we'd have shipped this version with OpenSSL
1.1.0c. However, we decided to postpone an upgrade to OpenSSL 1.1.0 for
the time being due to Apache httpd not having a compatible release
available just yet.
MaxSVN homepage: http://www.luke1410.de/typo3/index.php?id=97
MaxSVN bugtracker: http://www.luke1410.de:8090/browse/MAXSVN
MaxSVN is a highly experimental distribution of Apache™ Subversion®
(SVN) for Windows.
MaxSVN is ***NOT*** meant/designed for production use. If you are
looking for an SVN distribution for daily use, please check out the
alternative SVN distributions for Windows. A partial list is provided
MaxSVN's main purpose is to be used for development of Subversion itself
and for providing a distribution which can be used to test
features/builds as early as possible.
The aim is to provide:
- a distribution which tests SVN against the latest build tools and
dependencies on Windows
- provide early access to versions of SVN while they are in development
- provide a distribution which can be used to debug/test issues yourself
(by providing symbol files)
Received on 2017-02-24 02:43:31 CET