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What revision of svn 1.7 is used to build TSVN nighties?

From: Konstantin Kolinko <knst.kolinko_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 25 May 2010 15:31:10 +0400


The nightly builds that are linked with svn 1.7.0,
are they built with the latest 1.7.0 sources at the time of the build?
Is there any trace from what svn revision of svn trunk they were built?

I was looking into small/buildlog.txt, but I do not see that information.

The TortoiseSVN revision is visible: it is in the msi name, and in the buildlog,

                             [exec] SubWCRev:
                             [exec] Last committed at revision 19602
                             [exec] Updated to revision 19602
                             [exec] Local modifications found

but I cannot find the svn sources revision.

"svn.exe --version" prints
svn, version 1.7.0 (dev build)
   compiled May 25 2010, 00:08:19

The reason for this question is that I already tried svn.exe from a
"small" nightly
build, but was not impressed. I would like to know whether it is the
"latest" svn at the moment,
or there is some lag.

If anyone would like to try svn 1.7 without installing TSVN, there is
a small caveat:
svn.exe asks for msvcr100.dll. I was able to extract the said DLL
from inside of
*.msi/TSVN.cab file with the help of 7zip archiver.

Thank you for your work!

Best regards,
Konstantin Kolinko


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