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svn version information

From: Reagan Penner <Reagan_Penner_at_pmc-sierra.com>
Date: 2007-03-07 23:30:11 CET


I have a question regarding how to tell what version of subversion that I am running from the server or Apache end (i.e., the back end).

I upgraded my svn client by building svn-1.4.2 this is all working fine. However, my original repositories were created with 1.4.0. This is fine. But when I view my projects under my repository url apache reports at the bottom of the page that I am running:

Powered by Subversion version 1.4.2 (r22196).

Now I am wondering where apache gets this version information from? I.e., is it through the DAV svn mapping in my httpd.conf file?

Thanks for the assistance -reagan
Received on Wed Mar 7 23:30:53 2007

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