uberSVN ‘Blake’ Released with Streamlined Subversion App Store

The holiday season may be nearly upon us, but things are far from quiet at WANdisco! We’ve been busy working on our uberSVN open ALM platform for Apache Subversion, and are pleased to announce that uberSVN 11.12 (Blake) is now available! This release marks a major update for uberAPPS; uberSVN’s integrated app store for extending Subversion. With uberSVN 11.12, we have made it even easier to add apps to the uberAPPS store, and have added the option of making installed apps visible or invisible, on a per-user basis. Other key enhancements include:

  • A more helpful screen when uberSVN is unable to connect to the uberAPPS store.
  • Repository support for anonymous reading. When enabled, the repository can be accessed/read without the need to authenticate.
  • The option to switch to and from the latest version of Subversion – version 1.7.2 – with the innovative SVNswitch tool.

As you may already know, uberSVN is developed entirely in Sheffield, UK (it was even awarded the prestigious Made in Sheffield mark earlier this year!) so what better way to codename our releases, than after local Sheffield pubs? uberSVN 11.12 is codenamed ‘Blake’ after the Blake Hotel pub in Walkley, Sheffield, and after successfully releasing uberSVN 11.12, we thought there was no better way to celebrate the release of Blake, than having a few pints in the Blake!

uberSVN is free to download and easy to install, and gives users the freedom to build their own, customized ALM platform from the open and closed components they want to work with. It also comes with social coding capabilities, to make collaboration easier – particularly across distributed teams! Simply visit http://www.ubersvn.com/download to download the brand-new version 11.12; or check out our Top 10 Reasons to Try uberSVN, for more info on what uberSVN has to offer!

More information on uberSVN 11.12 is available at the Release Notes.