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Last Updated Jun 08, 2008 — Enterprise Agile Planning expert

Subversion 1.5 – Release Candidate 9 Available

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Binaries of Subversion 1.5 – Release Candidate 9 are posted. As I wrote last week, this Release Candidate does not reset the soak period. An API issue was already discovered in RC9 and RC10 will likely come later this week. RC10 won’t reset the soak period either, so we are still looking at a likely Subversion 1.5 release next week. As always: unless a showstopper is found.

If you are a regular reader of this blog, you know the drill: please download the binaries and test the latest Subversion 1.5 Release Candidate. You can ask questions and report issues in our forum.


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