Mark Phippard wrote on Wed, 11 Sep 2019 16:45 +00:00:
> For a server using 1.9.x is fine. I mostly use SVN 1.8.
Do note that 1.8 is already beyond its EOL date. Furthermore, 1.9
should have EOLed a couple of weeks ago, but we decided â€” *after* the
EOL date passed â€” to extend the support by six months. 1.10.x is the
recommended version for new server installations (or 1.12.x, if you
don't need LTS).
> You are not missing much just some of the fixes since 1.9.7
There's also these:
> On Sep 11, 2019, at 12:41 PM, Stefan Karlsson <sbkarlsson_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> > I have a Synology DiskStation DS718+, and in the *Package Center* app, the SVN server is listed for installation.
> > But its on old one, it's version 1.9.7.0119.
> > So, I have asked Synology support about it, but only got the answer:Unfortunately as we are not the developer of this package we are unable to advise whether a new release is due to be submitted to Synology for verification and release on our Package Center.
> >> I would recommend contacting the developers (Apache Software Foundation) directly to ask the same question.
> > So my question is:
> > When will a never version be available in Synology DiskStation app *Package Center*?
We don't know. The Apache Subversion Project only releases sources; we
do not produce packages for any platform or repository. I realize that
Synology expect someone to submit subversion-1.10.*.tar.gz to them, but
that someone is not us, and we don't know who it is.
Received on 2019-09-12 05:40:51 CEST