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Subversion Labels

Subversion Labels is a set of scripts and server-side hook programs that allow people to give Subversion revision numbers more meaningful aliases (such as release-1.1.2beta), and use them instead of remembering revision numbers. It does not require modification/recompilation of the Subversion server/client code, and is aimed at people who dislike Subversion's tags-are-branches approach.

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  •  25 Jul 2009 20:31

    Release Notes: This is a cleanup release. Version 1.3beta was missing some client-side scripts, and version 1.2beta had broken server-side code.

    •  22 Mar 2008 22:28

      Release Notes: The server-side component was rewritten to use BerkeleyDB so that a separate database server is no longer required.

      •  25 Jan 2008 18:43

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

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