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R: R: subclipse 0.8.6 for eclipse 2.1.* (linked against 0.35.1)

From: Fabio Da Soghe <fabio.dasoghe_at_interprosrl.it>
Date: 2004-01-27 17:45:02 CET

I've already asked there about this issue. They pointed to me to the open
issue on the Debian site about updating subversion to the latest release.
They are blocked by the dependecy from berkeley DB, as I mentioned.
I checked just today what is the avalaible version on debian unstable, and
it's still the 0.33.

Thanks for the interest :)



-----Messaggio originale-----
Da: McClain Looney [mailto:m@loonsoft.com]
Inviato: marted́ 27 gennaio 2004 15.49
A: users@subclipse.tigris.org
Oggetto: Re: R: subclipse 0.8.6 for eclipse 2.1.* (linked against

more of a question for the svn list, but i can assure you that the svn
server is very available for debian, you just have to compile it
yourself. i'm not positive, but i'd bet that there's even a > 0.33
available from unstable as a package.

good luck,

On Jan 27, 2004, at 2:39 AM, Fabio Da Soghe wrote:

> Thank you very much for your work.
> I was installing it while a thought suddenly came to me: what is the
> server
> release avalaible for me? Since we're using a linux server with
> Debian, it's
> not a trivial question. And of course I discovered the bad news: due to
> dependecies related to Berkeley DB, the subversion version on Debian is
> blocked to 0.33 :(
> Obviously I'm not asking you to release a build with those linkings. I
> would
> only ask if you, or anyone else, know about compatibility issues
> between a
> 0.35 client and a 0.33 server. I know there is a database structure
> change
> after 0.33, but I still hope this doesn't affect the way a client
> interface
> with the server.
> Thank you againg.
> Fabio

McClain Looney
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