Apache Subversion 1.8.3 Improves Version Equality Enforcement

The developers have integrated a lor of improvements and fixes

By on August 31st, 2013 12:26 GMT

Apache Subversion 1.8.3, a fully-featured version control system originally designed to be a better CVS, has been released.

Apache Subversion 1.8.3 brings a lot of bugfixes, which are available for the client and the server alike.

Highlights of Apache Subversion 1.8.3:

• A strict version equality has been enforced between tools and libraries;
• Absolute paths are now used in XML output;
• A crash that occurred when committing cp with deep deletion has been fixed;
• An error that occurred for files that couldn’t fit in memory has been fixed;
• The proper error for mismatched URLs is now generated;
• APR unimplemented errors are now shown as coming from APR.

A complete list of changes, for the client and the server, can be found in the official changelog. Download Apache Subversion 1.8.3 right now from Softpedia.

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