This release fixes a few bugs. We recommend to update.
If SmartSVN does not start any more on some Linux systems, e.g. Manjaro, the file ~/.config/smartsvn/14.2/logs/log.txt.0 might indicate a problem loading libcrypt.so.1. This could be related to a recent update of the glibc bundle where /usr/lib/libcrypt.so.1 had been removed. To fix this, please find out which bundle contains this file now:
$ pacman -F libcrypt.so.1
On Manjaro one has to install the libxcrypt-compat bundle.
We are delighted to announce the official release of SmartSVN 14.2. First, we want to thank all users who have tested the preview versions and provided valuable feedback. Without you, the progress would not have been possible!
SmartSVN 14.2 comes with
- support for Apple Silicon/ARM processor on macOS 12,
- improved support for macOS 12,
- and other improved features.
Check out What’s New for a more detailed list of improvements in version 14.2.
SmartSVN is a graphical front-end for the version control systems Subversion. SmartSVN runs on 64-bit systems of Windows 7 – 10, macOS 10.13 – 12 and Linux (GTK3 version 3.20 or higher).
SmartSVN is available as free Foundation edition and as full-featured Professional edition (comparison). The licenses for the Professional edition include up to 3 years of e-mail support and up to lifetime free updates.
The good news: none of our recent product versions is using Log4J:
- SmartGit 18.1 and newer
- SmartSVN 9.3 and newer
- SmartSynchronize 3.5 and newer
- DeepGit 4.0 and newer
However, Log4J 1.x was used by older versions of our products:
- SmartGit 17.1 and older
- SmartSVN 9.2 and older
- SmartSynchronize 3.4 and older
- DeepGit 3.0 and older
Log4J 1.x should not be affected by CVE-2021-44228 (“Log4JShell”), but there is another important vulnerability CVE-2019-17571 affecting Log4J 1.x. For this reason, we have decided to remove the affected versions from our download archive.