On 13/12/2017 01:31, luke1410_at_apache.org wrote:
> Author: luke1410
> Date: Wed Dec 13 00:31:56 2017
> New Revision: 1817969
> URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=1817969&view=rev
> * site/staging/docs/release-notes/1.3.html: Remove dead link to tmate.org and
> only note it in the text as the previously used one.
> Modified: subversion/site/staging/docs/release-notes/1.3.html
> URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/subversion/site/staging/docs/release-notes/1.3.html?rev=1817969&r1=1817968&r2=1817969&view=diff
> --- subversion/site/staging/docs/release-notes/1.3.html (original)
> +++ subversion/site/staging/docs/release-notes/1.3.html Wed Dec 13 00:31:56 2017
> @@ -434,13 +434,13 @@ working, even with older clients.</p>
> <p>However, programs that interact with the working copy property
> files without using the official Subversion APIs or binaries may
> -experience problems. JavaSVN is
> -the only project that we know of that falls into this category, and
> -they have been notified accordingly. If you happen to be using or
> -developing software that, similarly, bypasses the Subversion APIs,
> -then you may need to make a minor alteration to the parsing routines.
> -See revision 16855 of
> -the Subversion repository for details.</p>
> +experience problems. JavaSVN (previously available under
> +http://tmate.org/svn/) is the only project that we know of that falls
> +into this category, and they have been notified accordingly. If you
> +happen to be using or developing software that, similarly, bypasses the
> +Subversion APIs, then you may need to make a minor alteration to the
> +parsing routines. See <a href="https://svn.apache.org/r856929"
> +>revision 16855</a> of the Subversion repository for details.</p>
> </div> <!-- wc-props-change -->
> </div> <!-- enhancements -->
The old host pointing to JavaSVN (http://tmate.org/) is no longer valid
(the page currently advertises the URL being for sale). To prevent
people accidentally visiting whatever might appear there in the future,
I thought it might be better to drop the dead link and only note it down
in the text. Note that as far as I can see JavaSVN no longer exists and
therefore I couldn't find a replacement for the old link.
Any objections/alternative suggestions?
Received on 2017-12-13 01:38:24 CET