The Apache Subversion community has just announced a new release of the Subversion 1.6 series.
Apache Subversion 1.6.19 includes fixes and enhancements for users of 1.6.x:
- A fix for a server hang that could occur if a hook script failed to start.
- A fix for a write-through proxy commit regression introduced in Subversion 1.6.17.
- Partial sync drops properties when converting to adds.
- A fix for the testsuite to avoid FAILs on APR hash order.
More information on Subversion 1.6.19 can be found in the Changes file.
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