8. Python 2.0 (http://www.python.org/)
If you want to run "make check" or build from the latest source
under Unix as described in section II.B and III.D, install
Python 2.0 or higher on your system. The majority of the test
suite is written in Python, as is part of Subversion's build
* Subversion 0.32 (Tuesday, 21 Oct, 2003): Interim release, see issues marked with the "0.32" milestone.
There is an error in the Windows XP TCP/IP stack which causes
corruption in certain cases. This problem is exposed only
The root of the matter is caused by duplicating file handles
between parent and child processes. The httpd Apache group
explains this a lot better:
WARNING: while Subversion is definitely reliable, the API and protocols still change from release to release, so it would be wrong to say it is stable. That's why it's still Alpha sofware. This means that if you depend on Subversion, you should not be using whatever binary packages ship in your distribution, they are most likely months old, and will no longer interoperate with modern clients or servers. The developers release every month or so, and won't accept bug reports on old releases!
What does this mean to you? It means that if you depend on Subversion before it hits 1.0, you should always use the latest release, even if it means building from source. This requires diligence: subscribe to the dev list, notice when new releases come out, and upgrade. If you don't do this, you may (one day) accidentally discover that your clients and servers no longer interoperate.
dasmuli wrote:Unter Windows bekommt man es zum laufen (Apache 2.0.48, Subversion 0.37). Sehr geholfen hat da
wobei zusammengefasst die Module samt DLLs kopiert und die httpd.conf (Module laden) angepasst werden müssen.
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