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Subversion

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New 6-month regular and 2-year LTS release schedule: see How We Plan Releases.

The best available version of Apache Subversion is: 1.10.3

Use the links below to download Apache Subversion from one of our mirrors. You must verify the integrity of the downloaded files using signatures downloaded from our main directory.

The following are the currently supported versions of Subversion. Older releases are available from the archive download site.

The Apache Subversion project only distributes source code, but a number of third parties provide binary packages for a number of platforms. To find a package for your platform, please visit the binary packages page.

Mirror

The currently selected mirror is http://mirrors.ibiblio.org/apache/. If you encounter a problem with this mirror, please select another mirror. If all mirrors are failing, there are backup mirrors (at the end of the mirrors list) that should be available.

Other mirrors:

You may also consult the complete list of mirrors.

Source Releases

We provide source code distributions in a variety of archive types. Generally, speaking, Windows users should download .zip files. Users of all other operating systems should download .tar.gz or .tar.bz2 files.

Please note that the dependencies distribution subversion-deps-* is no longer available in 1.7 and later. See The 1.7 release notes for details and alternatives.

Supported Release(s)

In addition to the recommended release, we generally support the latest release from at least one prior release stream for security-related bugfixes only. The currently supported older releases are as follows:

Apache Subversion 1.9.9

File Checksum (SHA512) Signatures
subversion-1.9.9.tar.bz2 [SHA-512] [PGP]
subversion-1.9.9.tar.gz [SHA-512] [PGP]
subversion-1.9.9.zip [SHA-512] [PGP]

Pre-releases

The following releases are offered for pre-release testing. The usual caveats apply, including the fact that there are known issues, and no upgrade path is promised for APIs and on-disk files (working copies and repositories) between the pre-releases and the final release.

Please report any issues to users@subversion.apache.org.

Apache Subversion 1.11.0-rc2

File Checksum (SHA512) Signatures
subversion-1.11.0-rc2.tar.bz2 [SHA-512] [PGP]
subversion-1.11.0-rc2.tar.gz [SHA-512] [PGP]
subversion-1.11.0-rc2.zip [SHA-512] [PGP]

Release archives

Looking for previous releases of Subversion? All Subversion releases are available for download from the Apache distribution archive. Please note that, with the exception of our recommended and other supported releases, distributions of Subversion found in the archives are not supported by the community. If you require support for an older version of Subversion, and are not able to upgrade to a newer version, consider contacting a commercial Subversion support vendor.

Verifying the Integrity of Downloaded Files

It is essential that you verify the integrity of the downloaded files using the PGP signatures and/or file checksums. Please read Verifying Apache HTTP Server Releases for more information on why you should verify our releases. (The same rationale applies to Subversion as to HTTP Server.)

The PGP signatures can be verified using PGP or GPG. First download the KEYS as well as the asc signature file for the particular distribution. Make sure you get these files from the main distribution directory, rather than from a mirror. Then verify the signatures as follows:

% pgpk -a subversion.asc
% pgpv subversion-1.10.3.tar.gz.asc
or
% pgp -ka subversion.asc
% pgp subversion-1.10.3.tar.gz.asc
or
% gpg --import subversion.asc
% gpg --verify subversion-1.10.3.tar.gz.asc subversion-1.10.3.tar.gz

If you're unable to verify the PGP signatures, you can instead verify the checksums on the files. However, PGP signatures are superior to checksums, and we recommend to verify using PGP whenever possible.

A unix program called sha512sum is included in many unix distributions. Run sha512sum subversion-1.10.3.tar.gz to display the hash of the downloaded file.
On Windows you can use the following command in a command line window, for instance: certutil -hashfile <filename> SHA512.

Building and Installing Subversion

For information about building and installing your freshly downloaded source code release, see the Source Code page.