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Re: How does upgrading client/server affect working copy?

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2004-03-02 11:40:04 CET


> I know how to upgrade a Subversion repository (dump->upgrade->load), and
> know that client and server should match.

This is a pre-1.0.0 policy, once you've updated to 1.0.0 other compatibility
rules apply.

> I'm about to upgrade from
> 0.33.1 to 1.0.0. We have a lot of work-in-progress that we can't really
check in
> just now. If I do this upgrade now (server/repository and all clients),
> will working copies still be usable?

Yes, they should still work. Read the CHANGES file in the distribution if
you do important upgrades however. There support has been dropped for certain
(very old) working copy formats, but that's all announced there. If you want
to know what the format of your current working copies is:

'cat .svn/format'



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