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WANdisco uberSVN 12.4 Open ALM Platform Arrives

uberSVN 12.4 features several improvements and enhanced functionality for its community of users

Apache Subversion commercial services company WANdisco has announced that with the release of uberSVN 12.4, the open ALM platform is now officially out of beta. This week marks another milestone for uberSVN: it has now been twelve months since the Subversion-based platform was first launched.

"uberSVN has had a fantastic first year. Not only have we won industry awards and accolades from the IT media, but we've had an overwhelming positive response from the community - all while the product was still in beta," said David Richards, CEO and co-founder, WANdisco.

In total, uberSVN 12.4 features several improvements and enhanced functionality for its community of users including a new plugin API architecture and core upgrade that allows WANdisco registered plugins to work with uberSVN.

There is also now an Integrated Subversion Access Control 4.1 LDAP functionality, a new file upload function for the uberSVN Updates tab, a new option to subscribe to the company's Latest Release Channel and the usual list of bug fixes.

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