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Re: Older binaries?

From: Paul Gross <paul_at_grosss.net>
Date: 2004-01-15 14:06:51 CET

Here is the archive for TortoiseSVN. You have to click the little arrow
by the binary folder on the left:



J Wynia wrote:

>Both Subversion itself and TortoiseSVN seem to have a policy of only
>making the most current binaries available. I'm currently running 0.33.1
>on my server and use the TortoiseSVN compiled against that on my XP
>workstations. Today, I added a user who needs a client on Win98. As both
>tools are compiled seperately for 98 and XP, even though I keep older
>binaries, I don't have any to give him. What I usually do in these types
>of situations is use the Wayback Machine at www.archive.org and dig out
>the older versions. However, both projects have robots.txt exclusions on
>the downloads, so that didn't work either. I thought that I'd use SVN
>itself to look at the versioned repositories, only to find that none of
>the binaries are stored in there, so I can't get them there either.
>At issue is the fact that I can't take the server down for the 3.5 hour
>dump/load cycle for another week or 2 and need to keep running my current
>version. I'm not asking for support of the older versions: I know that
>0.33.1 works. I just need to get client binaries for Win98 and none of the
>projects keep them. I really wanted to just take care of this myself, but
>with only the absolute latest versions available, and DB changes between
>most releases lately, those of us who can't upgrade immediately not only
>get left behind, but are left unable to fend for ourselves.
>Please consider making older binaries available. Please?

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