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Re[2]: Win32 Subversion 1.01 OK to use?

From: Václav Krpec <vasekk_at_alsoft.cz>
Date: 2004-04-01 13:46:39 CEST

BA> Anyone have any thoughts on this? Is there a recommended upgrade process for windows?

I'm just testing it, now, and it seems ok.
I'll have to use it anyway, because it's the first
version that allows using SVNParentPath together with
AuthzSVNAccessFile directives, which is essential for me;
so if I find any trouble, I'll post it, for sure.

BA> TortoiseSVN 0.26.0, Build 665, UNICODE
BA> Subversion 0.37.0, dev build
BA> apr 0.9.5
BA> apr-iconv 0.9.5
BA> apr-utils 0.9.5
BA> berkeley db 4.2.52
BA> neon 0.24
BA> OpenSSL 0.9.7b 10 Apr 2003
BA> zlib 1.1.4

BA> -----Original Message-----
BA> From: Bryan Andrews

BA> No I am referring to some issues that users were having with subversion after install - to the point where someone suggested the possibility of removing the windows binaries.
BA> So, we have a .37 installation - is there a recommended method to update this? You just updated the files on the 1.0.0 to 1.0.1 upgrade, but would this work for .37 to 1.0.1?
BA> If there are any threads or docs on this I will gladly go read them. Thanks.

BA> -----Original Message-----
BA> From: Tom Opgenorth [mailto:tom@opgenorth.net]

BA> Bryan Andrews wrote:
BA> > I saw some postings earlier about issues upgrading windows installs

BA> I think the issues you are refering to were the difficulties that were
BA> being experienced in trying to build the 1.0.1 binaries, and not so much
BA> with the install.

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