Re: Lack of Subversion repository recovery tools
Date: 2007-06-29 17:26:47 CEST
Except that upgrading is time costly (testing, validation, arranging
Consider the following scenario: Let's say you're running version 1.4.7
1.4.7 contains a defect which under certain circumstances can cause the
This defect was identified in version 1.4.8 but wasn't actually fixed
If an organisation were to experience this corruption whilst running 1.4.7
Option A) Upgrade their servers to (at least) 1.5.0 to get the defect fix
Option B) Have a fixer tool included in version 1.4.8 which understands
I'd say it's more mature for any SCM vendor (be they open-source,
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