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Re: Repository version on Redhat ?

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2004-05-09 16:33:23 CEST

Tim Alsop wrote:
> So, it looks like I need an even older version in order to be able to
> access this repository. I did some research and I think I need 0.27.0,
> but I cannot find the redhat rpm version of this product anywhere on the
> Internet. Can anybody help me find the rpm’s I need to install this
> version of subversion ? Or perhaps there is an alternative solution ?

What you should do is not try and get an entire RPM, but rather just a copy of
svnadmin from 0.27 in order to dump the repository so you can load it into the
current release. You should not run with the older version, since there are
many months of improvements since then.

I thought that at least some of the RPM's contained static binaries of earlier
svnadmin releases, for exactly this purpose. You might search on your drive for
something like svnadmin-0.27 or svnadmin-static-0.27.



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