Apache Updates Subversion - SVN 1.14 LTS Released

Written by Michael Larabel in Programming on 28 May 2020 at 08:38 AM EDT. 26 Comments
For those making use of the Subversion centralized version control system as an alternative to Git, SVN 1.14 LTS is now available.

With Subversion 1.14 being an LTS release, a particular emphasis was put on fixing bugs in this open-source VCS but there are also some new features. Subversion 1.14's Python bindings finally support Python 3 while maintaining Python 2 support, a new tool to support deduplication (svnadmin build-repcache), and more.

Subversion 1.14 also contains some experimental features like shelving and checkpointing for saving / restoring / rolling back snapshots without making commits to the central repository.

More details on Subversion 1.14 LTS via Apache.org.
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