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Is it safe to share SVN repositories and working copies between 32bit and 64 bit Linux?

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I want to upgrade my Linux box from Debian Jessie (32bit) to Debian Jessie (64bit). For the transition time, the machine will boot alternating the 32bit and the 64bit OS.

I have several SVN repositories and working copies on it. Is it safe to share SVN repositories and working copies between 32bit and 64 bit?

posted Jan 25, 2016 by Deepak Dasgupta

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