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Re: Replacing server components with unsupported version of subversion (_svn)

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-07-28 10:34:45 CEST

Jens Peters wrote:
> I know that you don't want this kind of questions, and don't want to ask
> this too, but just to be sure:
> I recently updated my server (official subversion via apache) to version
> 1.0.6 without any problems. If I replace the binaries with the
> unsupported version from branko (_svn), do I have to except any changes
> on the server components (thus mod_*.so, svnadmin.exe etc., thus all
> files except svn.exe) and do I have to except some incompatabilties with
> my db-files? I guess the answer is no, but since the unsupported package
> includes all binaries and not just svn.exe I'm a little bit unsure.

DB files will be compatible, but it is a bad idea to mix different binary
distributions of subversion. There are several different C runtime library
versions on Windows, and having some svn dlls/exes using one and other
dlls/exes using another could cause subtle and obscure problems.

(Oh, and just replacing svn.exe will *NOT* work)


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