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Re: 'PROPFIND' question about TSVN/SVN

From: Alf Christophersen <alf.christophersen_at_medisin.uio.no>
Date: 2006-07-31 18:17:39 CEST

At 09:42 31.07.2006, Stefan Küng wrote:
>Alf Christophersen wrote:
>
>>I think it is quite unclear whether a group of programmers and web
>>designers using both windows with tortoisesvn, but also Unix, Mac and
>>PS/2 whether all has to upgrade to common version of svn 1.3.2 and evt.
>>TortoiseSVN, of if this could be a mix, except when someone upgrades to
>>v. 1.4 (and belonging components)
>
>All Subversion clients can be used with any Subversion servers. Sure, some
>functions/features may not be available on older versions, but that's all.
>
>>Do upgrade from 1.2.3 to 1.3.2 involve some irreversible changes?
>
>No.
>
>>Or is that only actual with the 1.4 upgrade?
>
>I think you're misunderstanding the changes here a little bit. Version 1.4
>will upgrade the *working copy* to a new format. But since you shouldn't
>share your working copy, it won't be a problem at all. And it will
>definitely not be a problem when you're connecting to the repository.

Ok, I read that as if I upgrade to v. 1.4, it won't affect the working
copies of my colleagues, that is, the files I have on my own computer, but
the file organisation on server and the working copies for my colleagues
are not affected at all.

Alf Christophersen
http://folk.uio.no/achristo

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