On 1/22/10, C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net> wrote:
> Eric Lee wrote:
> > Hi, congrats it finally released.
> > As subversion now moved to apache.
> > I'am confused that is the downloading of subversion still hold on the
> > s.t.o ?
> > After the main site on the apache have been finished.
> > Will the download location moved again ?
> It's legal junk that's driving this, really. The 1.6.x Subversion line
> still carries the original license, so it cannot be promoted or carried as
> an Apache release. We determined that, rather than fuss with changing the
> license on the 1.6.x line, we'll just keep making the 1.6.x releases on
> Tigris.org, and 1.7.0 will be our first (of hopefully many, many) Apache
Thanks for holding the license stay unchanged on svn 1.6.
It will make all things clear and easy to maintain !
svn will also continuously its popularity on version control context; 1.8.x
and so on.
May I have a turn to some svn 1.7 issues ?
With in parallel development both for svn 1.6 and svn 1.7.
What feature(s) will svn 1.7 provides ?
Will it support some functions that already on some others v.c. software.
I have seen some discuss before but no more now.
Also, shall the svn 1.7 be a first version that provides beta testing before
it was final release on each version.
I do feel that just like a unit testing that test a piece of code
before announce it publicly.
Just a thought and please correct me if I'am wrong !!
> C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
> CollabNet <> www.collab.net <> Distributed Development On Demand
Received on 2010-01-24 03:40:32 CET