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Since svn is the most widely used centralized source collaboration repository: are there plans for supporting the current version (1.7) out of the box in the near future?

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For the current 12.04 LTS you can get it installed following the answers in askubuntu.com/questions/65468/…. There's one mentioning the "Subversion team" PPA, which, IMHO, is your best bet. –  Nikola Petkanski Jun 25 '13 at 7:02

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$ rmadison -u ubuntu -s quantal subversion
subversion | 1.7.5-1ubuntu2 |       quantal | source, amd64, armel, armhf, i386, powerpc

Looks like 12.10 has version 1.7.5 of Subversion in the repository already.


Now, if you are asking whether 12.04 and the older versions would have the latest version, I would say no.

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I can verify on packages.ubuntu.com/quantal/subversion. –  hexafraction Oct 18 '12 at 10:31

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