Subversion 1.9 Alters Its Format, Adds FSX Experimental Repo Backend
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 5 August 2015 at 06:59 PM EDT. 5 Comments
FREE SOFTWARE --
For those still relying on the Subversion version control system, v1.9 is out for this Apache Software Foundation project.

Subversion 1.9 overhauls its FSFS default file-system format with a new design geared for I/O reduction, FSX as a new experimental repository backend alternative to FSFS, new svn CLI sub-commands, and various server-side improvements.

More details on Subversion 1.9 can be found via the release notes and announcement.
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