I'm happy to announce the release of Apache Subversion 1.10.0-rc2.
Please choose the mirror closest to you by visiting:

    https://subversion.apache.org/download.cgi#pre-releases

The SHA1 checksums are:

    8d79006f0ae53536d7c1d28bbf86f677042f3e9b subversion-1.10.0-rc2.tar.bz2
    44d224ad63f3bdef33bb1dbca67609b2d936cf58 subversion-1.10.0-rc2.tar.gz
    f984d499cb5f522fd2c796d15ccbdb21cd83ba8c subversion-1.10.0-rc2.zip

SHA-512 checksums are available at:

    https://www.apache.org/dist/subversion/subversion-1.10.0-rc2.tar.bz2.sha512
    https://www.apache.org/dist/subversion/subversion-1.10.0-rc2.tar.gz.sha512
    https://www.apache.org/dist/subversion/subversion-1.10.0-rc2.zip.sha512

PGP Signatures are available at:

    https://www.apache.org/dist/subversion/subversion-1.10.0-rc2.tar.bz2.asc
    https://www.apache.org/dist/subversion/subversion-1.10.0-rc2.tar.gz.asc
    https://www.apache.org/dist/subversion/subversion-1.10.0-rc2.zip.asc

For this release, the following people have provided PGP signatures:

   Julian Foad [4096R/1FB064B84EECC493] with fingerprint:
    6011 63CF 9D49 9FD7 18CF  582D 1FB0 64B8 4EEC C493
   Philip Martin [2048R/76D788E1ED1A599C] with fingerprint:
    A844 790F B574 3606 EE95  9207 76D7 88E1 ED1A 599C
   Stefan Sperling [2048R/4F7DBAA99A59B973] with fingerprint:
    8BC4 DAE0 C5A4 D65F 4044  0107 4F7D BAA9 9A59 B973
   Stefan Fuhrmann [4096R/99EC741B57921ACC] with fingerprint:
    056F 8016 D9B8 7B1B DE41  7467 99EC 741B 5792 1ACC
   Stefan Hett (CODE SIGNING KEY) [4096R/376A3CFD110B1C95] with fingerprint:
    7B8C A7F6 451A D89C 8ADC  077B 376A 3CFD 110B 1C95
   Branko ─îibej [4096R/1BCA6586A347943F] with fingerprint:
    BA3C 15B1 337C F0FB 222B  D41A 1BCA 6586 A347 943F
   Johan Corveleyn [4096R/B59CE6D6010C8AAD] with fingerprint:
    8AA2 C10E EAAD 44F9 6972  7AEA B59C E6D6 010C 8AAD

This is a pre-release for what will eventually become version 1.10.0 of the
Apache Subversion open source version control system.  It may contain known
issues, a complete list of 1.10.0-blocking issues can be found
here:

    
https://issues.apache.org/jira/issues/?jql=project%20%3D%20SVN%20AND%20resolution%20%3D%20Unresolved%20AND%20fixVersion%20%3D%201.10.0%20ORDER%20BY%20priority%20DESC%2C%20updated%20DESC

A pre-release means the Subversion developers feel that this release
is ready for widespread testing by the community.  There are known issues
(and unknown ones!), so please use it at your own risk, though we do
encourage people to test this release thoroughly.  Of particular note, please
remember that persistent data, such as the working copy or repository
formats may change before the final release, and there may not be an
upgrade path from the pre-releases to the final.

As a note to operating system distro packagers: while we wish to have this
release candidate widely tested, we do not feel that it is ready for packaging
and providing to end-users through a distro package system.  Packaging a
release candidate poses many problems, the biggest being that our policy lets
us break compatibility between the release candidate and the final release, if
we find something serious enough.  Having many users depending on a release
candidate through their distro would cause no end of pain and frustration that
we do not want to have to deal with.  However, if your distro has a branch that
is clearly labeled as containing experimental and often broken software, and
explicitly destined to consenting developers and integrators only, then we're
okay with packaging the release candidate there.  Just don't let it near the
end users please.


Release notes for the 1.10.x release series may be found at:

    https://subversion.apache.org/docs/release-notes/1.10.html

You can find the list of changes between 1.10.0-rc2 and earlier versions at:

    https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/subversion/tags/1.10.0-rc2/CHANGES

Questions, comments, and bug reports to us...@subversion.apache.org.

Thanks,
- The Subversion Team

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