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RE: Debian Bug 275545 - When will SVN 1.1.x be available on debian unstable ?

From: Daniel F Garcia <dgarcia_at_kobold.com.au>
Date: 2004-11-24 22:30:54 CET

> Or to put it a little more charitably: it would have helped us for there
to be a Subversion issue filed, with bidirectional > cross-references
between it and the Debian issue.

I guess it depends whether the bugs is a subversion bug or a
porting/platform bug. I don't understand it well enough to make that

I'm not expecting you to fix it. I did hope that someone on the list was
aware of the bug and had some idea of what was going on.

>As Erik points out, the short-term workaround is "Don't do that", and the
medium-term solution is "Upgrade Debian's
>Subversion to 1.2, when
> 1.2 comes out, and don't continue to upgrade 1.1.x".

When you are saying "Don't do that" I assume the "that" refers to upgrading
to 1.1.x.

> Are these unsatisfactory, and if so, can you think of something creative
we can do to help Debian right now?

I guess I don't fully understand the problem. What I think it is saying is
that svn 1.1.0 using library version 1.0.9 and there are some

When I look at the svn 1.1.1 package page
http://packages.debian.org/experimental/devel/subversion it seems to suggest
that it can run on either >= 1.0.8+ of the library or >= 1.1.1. Wouldn't the
easiest thing be to remove the reference to 1.0.8+ ? (I'm assuming that
1.0.8+ exhibits that same problem as 1.0.9)

Couldn't I just upgrade the library to 1.1.0 or 1.1.1 first, then upgrade
subversion ?

I imagine that someone out there understand the problem better than I do,
but then again I think my goldfish understands the problem better than I do.


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