The Subversion server (i.e., the repository side) is the same, except that it will not host a Berkeley DB repository on Win9x platforms (Win95/Win98/Win ME), because Berkeley DB has shared-memory segment problems on Win9x.FSFS repositories (introduced in version 1.1) do not have this restriction; however, due to a limitation in Win9x's file-locking support, they also don't work in Win9x.
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Subversion has been in development since 2000, and became self-hosting after one year.
A year later when we declared "alpha", Subversion was already being used by dozens of private developers and shops for real work.
Either the requested version resource is out of date (needs to be updated), or the requested version resource is newer than the transaction root (restart the commit).
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Subversion is written in ANSI C and uses APR, the Apache Portable Runtime library, as a portability layer.
The Subversion client will run anywhere APR runs, which is most places.
Basically you can see that as long as you run the resolved command SVN will assume everything is okay and set the file as modified at which point you will need to commit the file with whatever route you decided to take.