Updating svn client

21-Feb-2018 16:32

That link is still correct, however, you now need to register in order to download the installer AFAIK.In Altium Designer 14.2 the in-built SVN client has been upgraded to support SVN 1.8. After some confusion, I realized Subclipse checked out the repository using SVN version 1.7.Unfortunately Mac OS X Mountain Lion runs SVN version 1.6. However, I had already checked out several repositories.Pre-1.8 clients cannot access 1.8 working copies at all and there is no downgrade option.Note that migrating to 1.8 working copies is a one-way operation.To give due credit, the foundations of this post came from a post on Building SVN 1.7.Although I expanded on it, I encourage you to read the original post.

If your working copy does not upgrade cleanly, please check out a new one.To upgrade an existing server installation, just install the newest libraries and binaries on top of the older ones.Note that there are improvements in how the repository is written, as described in the following section.For completeness, I outlined the full process below. neon allows you to connect to remote SVN repositories via HTTP and HTTPS. Note: To compile and install SVN 1.7 you need Xcode with the Command Line Tools installed.

If your working copy does not upgrade cleanly, please check out a new one.

To upgrade an existing server installation, just install the newest libraries and binaries on top of the older ones.

Note that there are improvements in how the repository is written, as described in the following section.

For completeness, I outlined the full process below. neon allows you to connect to remote SVN repositories via HTTP and HTTPS.

Note: To compile and install SVN 1.7 you need Xcode with the Command Line Tools installed.

NOTE: If /opt/subversion/bin already exists, it will be backed up to /opt/subversion_backup.