It’s been less than a month since the release of Apache Subversion 1.7.3, but already there’s another release out, bringing even more improvements and bug fixes to Subversion’s growing community of users! Apache Subversion 1.7.4 improves the FSFS sanity-check error message, and features a list of bug fixes, including:
- a fix for the missing ‘Merged via’ notifications that occurred in ‘svn log -g’
- a fix for the regressions with symlinks pointing at externals
- a fix for the ‘svn log –diff’ output ordering issue on Windows
The fill list of what’s new and noteworthy in Apache Subversion 1.7.4, is available in the Changes file. The latest binaries can be downloaded for free from the WANdisco website, and users of uberSVN, the free, open ALM platform for Apache Subversion, can easily upgrade to 1.7.4 from inside their installation.
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