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Re: [Subclipse-users] .svn 1.4 x Subclipse and tortoise

From: Chris Beck <subclipse-users_at_pacanukeha.net>
Date: 2006-11-04 00:34:19 CET

How it is supposed to work:

Any 1.x client should be able to talk to any 1.x server. That's the API contract.

If you have a 1.3 working copy checked out, fiddle with it using any 1.4 client
and then try to do things with a different 1.3 client, the 1.3 client will not
understand the now 1.4 working copy.

So client-side compatibility is not guaranteed within a working copy from
version to version, but client-server compatibility is.


They say Jerry Brown, on or about 03.Nov.2006 18:22, whispered:
> No, I disagree.
> As I understand it, you can use an older client against 1.4 *until* you
> use a newer, version 1.4 client, at which point the .svn/entries file
> format in the sandbox is changed to the newer, non-xml version.
> We did not change platform or anything else, we just upgraded to
> Subversion 1.4 on the server, then applied the command line client to
> the sandbox, and that was enough to break subclipse.
> At this time, I can get the svnant-1.1.0-RC2 task to start an svn update
> on the sandbox, but it has java heap space issues.
> Jerry
> On 11/3/06, *Mark Phippard* < markp@softlanding.com
> <mailto:markp@softlanding.com>> wrote:
> Server version doesn't matter. Tigris is running 1.3 as an example.
> If you get message about working copy not being right version you are
> either not using 1.1.8, or you are using JavaHL on one of the platforms
> where you have to provide the JavaHL version.
> Mark
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