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Old version advice

From: Peter Van Hove <peter_at_smart-projects.net>
Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2012 13:57:02 +0200


I (still) use following version:

I'm very happy with it in fact. I use it almost every day eventhough I
know very little about the technology behind it and I also only use novice
features such as check in, or go back via the log to see what changes I
made and where.

The reason why I stopped upgrading, now years ago, is because I made a
mistake originally with the type of repository that I created and the fact
that the repository is placed on a remote drive in my local network. Don't
ask me the details, I'm not SVN savvy enough to understand the problem. I
had to stay with this version to be able to use it properly.

I'm now in the process of migrating to a new system. Obviously a 64 bit OS

What to do !??
Is the exact same version also available in 64 bit ? Is it a stable
release and where can I find it ?

Or better yet, what should I do to go to the latest and greatest version
using my type of repository ?


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