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Re: Current stability and changes in TSVN trunk

Author steveking
Full name Stefan Küng
Date 2017-09-07 10:32:15 PDT
Message On 07.09.2017 16:11, Julian Foad wrote:
> What are the current changes, risks, and level of stability, if a TSVN
> 1.9 user switches to a TSVN trunk build in order to evaluate any new
> features and improvements?
> I am specifically thinking ahead to when the shelving prototype is
> implemented, which I plan to do it within a few weeks, and asking users
> to test that. The point is I need to get an idea of how much or how
> little TSVN trunk has changed from TSVN 1.9 in terms of features and
> stability, to decide whether it would be better to offer people a
> 1.9-plus-shelving or a trunk-plus-shelving for evaluation.
> (For comparison, for users of the command-line Subversion client, trying
> a trunk build is low risk, I would say, because there are no format
> changes or incompatibilities or instability; the only substantial change
> I know of is in conflict resolution.)

I'd say it's pretty stable - I'm using it of course at home, but also in
the office without any problems.

And since TSVN trunk uses the svn trunk, there are no format changes for
TSVN either.


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Current stability and changes in TSVN trunk julianfoad Julian Foad 2017-09-07 07:10:36 PDT
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