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Re: Subversion repository set up for testing

On 2005-10-10 10:48:10 Knut Yrvin wrote:
> mandag 10. oktober 2005, 08:21, skrev Øyvind A. Holm:
> > Another option is to install newest stable (1.2.3) into /usr/local/ 
> > as long as no other packages is dependant on the native woody 
> > version. Then we also get "svn lock" which came in 1.2 among with 
> > lots of speed improvements which will ease the load on the server.
> Have you tried to compile version 1.2 against woody?

Indeed. I upgrade Subversion frequently on several Debian woody/sarge 
(and one Slackware) servers and always compile from the stable branches 
at svn.collab.net/repos/svn/branches/1.*.x . When using the FSFS 
repository backend nothing except apr <http://apr.apache.org/> and neon 
<http://www.webdav.org/neon/> is necessary, and those are included in 
the .tar.gz files. I have uninstalled the Debian versions and use only 
homegrown Subversions in /usr/local/ and have never experiences any 
problems, not even when running svn with Apache 2.x on a woody box. It 
has small official value, but I have some notes in Norwegian in my wiki 
at http://wiki.sunbase.org/index.php/Subversion about how I compile 
Subversion on various systems.

Øyvind A. Holm
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