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From Zdenek Sedlak <...@apgrco.com>
Subject Re: Subversion 1.8 in RHEL/Centos repositories
Date Tue, 03 Nov 2015 11:17:41 GMT
On 11/03/2015 12:06 PM, Nico Kadel-Garcia wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 2, 2015 at 8:59 AM, Junek LeoŇ° <junek@oksystem.cz> wrote:
>> Hello,
>>

[snip]

>> Why is it available only via 3rdparty repositories, e.g. via WanDisco? Who
>> decided not to create RPMs of Subversion 1.8 for RHEL 7 based distributions.
> 
> Red Hat. If you have a subscription, submit a feature request!
> 
> EPEL won't publish them, because they refuse to replace existing RHEL
> components. Their approach is understandable, thought with the
> continuing lack of RPMforge updates it leaves people like you out in
> the  cold.
> 
>> I would like to install Subversion 1.8 from native distribution repository
>> and wonder why it is not available…
> 
> My RPM building tools are published. I don't personally have a web
> service I can rely on sufficiently well to publish reliable, GPG
> signed RPM's and have high confidence that someone can't maliciously
> replace the repository, including a fake GPG key. Who checks the
> signature chain on website published GPG keys?
> 

Hi,

we use the WANdisco repositories and there is nothing wrong with them -
these guys know what they are doing because they run a business on top
of Subversion.

It's just an additional repository you eventually may mirror and make a
part of your ecosystem.

//Zdenek

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