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Re: WC improvements/benefits from running a 1.4.3 client <--> 1.3.2 server?

From: asdf <fia_wrc_fanatic_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-03-15 20:58:11 CET

--- Erik Huelsmann <ehuels@gmail.com> wrote:

> On 3/15/07, Larry Martell <larry.martell@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > If you create a repository with the 1.4 client then the 1.3 server
> > will not be able to
> > access it. This is because 1.4 creates format 5 repos, while 1.3
> > expects format 3.
> While maybe this be true, it's utterly confusing: if I have 2 systems,
> one of which is at 1.3 (and acting as the server), there's no chance
> the created repository won't be accessible with the server, since both
> svnadmin and the server software are the same version. The other
> acting as a client (at 1.4 Subversion) won't have anything to do with
> repository creation and will benefit from all working copy
> optimizations in the 1.4 version.
> At least, the above was the assumption with which I answered the
> question the way I did.
> bye,
> Erik.

Right you are Erik. My server (1.3.2) is a separate system and the client systems
won't be able to access the server repositories.

When I do upgrade the server from 1.3.2 to 1.4.3 I intend to purge the old 1.3.2
binaries and libraries from that system prior to installing 1.4.3. That ought to
keep things clean and simple. :)

Thanks for all the replies.

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