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Last Updated May 17, 2012 — Enterprise Agile Planning expert

Subversion Edge 3.0.1 Released

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As I detailed in the previous post, Apache Subversion 1.7.5 was released today and with that release it is a good time to also do a new Subversion Edge release.  In addition to the inclusion of the binaries for Subversion 1.7.5, this release focuses on fixes to customer reported defects.  This update is available immediately and can be obtained by clicking on the Software Updates option in the Subversion Edge web console.

A complete list of the fixes in this release can be viewed in the wiki:

For more information on Subversion Edge, please see my earlier blog post on the recent 3.0 release, which was a significant new release with many new features and a new user interface.


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