February 23, 2004
Subversion goes 1.0

It's finally here - the Apache foundations CVS killer with the cool name. Actually I think that was an OK speed for moving from 0.0 to 1.0. It took 3.25 years from the very first milestone release.
For those of us following the languishing Perl 6 project that's pretty good going (although obviously and in true Perl 6 fashion Perl 6 is a much bigger undertaking)

[Update: Mikkel informs me that Subversion is not apache Foundation proper - but it has Apache roots as far as history, people and codebase (Apache Portable Runtime is the runtime) goes]

Posted by Claus at February 23, 2004 04:06 PM | TrackBack (0)
Comments (post your own)

hmmm subversion har intet med apache at g?re...

Posted by: mikkel on February 23, 2004 4:22 PM

Hmmm jo det har:

Projekteter er
1. Startet af Apache udviklere
2. Baseret p? APR - Apache Portable Runtime som runtime library
3. En WebDav l?sning ovenp? Apache hvis man k?rer det som client server system
4. Anvendt som Apaches versionskontrol


Posted by: Dee on February 23, 2004 4:27 PM

ok ok...men lad mig omformulere....

subversion har intet med apache foundation at g?re...subversion kan k?re via apache http serveren eller dens egen indbyggede server...

subversion er ikke udviklet af apache foundation...

Posted by: mikkel on February 23, 2004 4:36 PM

Den pointe er vist juridisk mere end indholdsm?ssig. Personkredsen er den samme og kodebase og filosofi er udviklet til at h?nge sammen.

Posted by: Dee on February 23, 2004 4:45 PM

Lad os stoppe her...jeg kan ikke finde p? noget argument der kan m?le sig med dit...

Posted by: mikkel on February 23, 2004 4:49 PM
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