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Re: Subversion vs multicore processors

From: Les Mikesell <lesmikesell_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 15 Nov 2010 21:07:39 -0600

On 11/15/10 8:23 PM, Edward Ned Harvey wrote:

>>>> Has someone had specific problems with the rpmforge rpms? I've been
>>>> using them on centos5 without any trouble,
>>> Neither rpmforge, nor epel has subversion>= 1.5 for rhel4.
>> Umm, OK - we're way off topic now but I'd ask the same question about
>> running rhel/centos4.x as I would about running subversion 1.4.x...
> This has already been mentioned in this thread. I can't speak for anyone
> else, but I personally support engineers and engineering tools. The
> engineering tools are only supported on the latest 2 versions of
> RHEL/centos. Of which, the latest one is perpetually unstable.

I guess that's a matter of opinion, but seriously, Red Hat Enterprise,
unstable??? I don't think so. Maybe you've confused it with fedora. I do
recall a few problems with 4.x early on though - and I replaced them all with
5.x as quickly as possible.

   Les Mikesell
Received on 2010-11-16 04:08:22 CET

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