I posted about the initial release of this software a while back, but I’m really getting the urge to see what it would take to use JavaSVN, a 100% Pure Java implementation of Subversion as the beginnings of a content management solution. Version 1.0.1 was announced yesterday afternoon.
Subversion 1.3.0 Release Candidate 4 released. According to the announcement, this is the first public release candidate. It looks like there are tons of changes for this one, including speed improvements, more support for xml rendering in commands (the –xml switch) and a whole lot more.
Mark W. Shead has an article on Backing Up Subversion Automatically. I’ve been trying to make time to write a script like this, now Mark has provided one. Thanks Mark!
Ben was one of the first members of the Subversion team, along with Karl Fogel and Jim Blandy.
I’d like to wish Ben good luck in his new opportunity and give him a personal thanks for the work he’s done to bring the Subversion product to the point it is today. The product and community would not be where it they are today without his work — both in the code itself and the work he did in the community providing support (and even an occasional Python script) to help us out during our Subversion implemention.
Good luck Ben and thanks for all of your contributions to a great product!
By the way, you can also read the announcement on Bens weblog.
Check out the Subversionary Blog.