[users] Subversion 1.6.17 srpm tools, for RHEL 4/5/6 compatible 1.6.x releases
denis at fateyev.com
Thu Apr 5 16:31:16 CEST 2012
David means whether we really need EL3/4 support nowadays ;)
As for subversion update, there are some requests on version update from
several people, so this question is still actual. Actually, one person has
worked on it recently, but the work hasn't finished for the moment and
there are some issues (you may refer
https://github.com/repoforge/rpms/pull/137 for more details.)
Although I haven't seen your spec yet, I generally think we could use it if
as you say it works just fine.
On Thu, Apr 5, 2012 at 5:20 PM, Nico Kadel-Garcia <nkadel at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 5, 2012 at 4:46 AM, David Hrbáč <david-lists at hrbac.cz> wrote:
>> Dne 5.4.2012 04:18, Nico Kadel-Garcia napsal(a):
>> > RHEL 4 hasn't had a public Subversion update in a long time, and for
>> > good reasons. (It's hard!)
>> > I've taken some of Mike Brauer's work, some Repoforge work, and tied
>> > it to my Fedora 16 backport work I was pursuing before Subversion 1.7
>> > was released, and come up with.....
>> > https://github.com/nkadel/subversion-1.6.17-srpm
>> > The tools, not the tarballs, are all present there to build clean
>> > SRPM's and RPM's for Repoforge compatibility.
>> > Enjoy, and let me know if I can help get it into Repoforge. It's
>> > particularly helpful for people who want a clean Subverrion to help
>> > migrate *OFF* of RHEL 4.
>> Maybe I don't just get it right. I guess we can stop to support EL3/EL4.
>> Are there any issues with the old version? BTW repo seems to be empty.
> Thanks, I just fixed that. (Pushed to the wrong upstream).
> The last Red Hat published subversion for RHEL 4 was 1.1.4. That lacks
> really important features, such as the "ask before storing local passwords
> in cleartext" feature of 1.6, serious performance upgrades, Unicode log
> handling, and it lacks very useful "svn checkout --force" option so useful
> to purhing a Subversion working copy onto an existing directory. It also
> lacks the new svn:externals syntax, and has fallen so far off the support
> tree it makes me weep when I have to use it.
> I use the "svn checkout --force" option for things like Nagios
> configurations, yum configuraitons, and BIND with chroot cages to set up on
> new servers. (I'm actually planning on presenting on that last one at
> svnday in Berlin this summer.) A newer Subversoin is also really,
> really useful if you have working copies in NFS on RHEL 5 or RHEL 6, and
> you'd like to be able to use or manipulate the same working copy on RHEL 4.
> *THAT* is really useful for helping migrate off of RHEL 4, which is now
> only supported with an "extended" contract, but getting people off of
> obsolete operating systems seems to have been a major hobby of mine for....
> dang... 24 years.
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