We are announcing End of Support for the VisualSVN Server 3.9.x version family that will happen on December 31th, 2019. Users that are running VisualSVN Server 3.9.x or older versions should plan an upgrade to the latest VisualSVN Server 4.1.x builds.
Download the latest VisualSVN Server builds at the main download page.
The whole product family of VisualSVN Server continues to be actively developed. We continue to provide updates and support for VisualSVN Server 4.1.x which is the most recent version family and is linked with up-to-date OpenSSL 1.1.1, Apache HTTP Server 2.4.x, and Apache Subversion 1.10.x Long-Term Support release. We also continue to provide maintenance updates and support for the VisualSVN Server 4.0.x version family.
What is more, we are working on substantial improvements and exciting new features that are going to be introduced in the next updates.
Upgrade and compatibility concerns
It is highly recommended to read the article KB152: Upgrading to VisualSVN Server 4.1 before upgrading.
Starting from version 4.0, Standard and Enterprise Editions are replaced with new Community, Essential, and Enterprise licenses. During the upgrade to version 4.1, your server will automatically switch to the new licensing model. If you are upgrading from Standard Edition, in most cases, it will be automatically replaced by the free Community license. However, if you use Windows Authentication or if there are more than 15 Subversion user accounts, you will need to apply a sufficient Essential or Enterprise license key or start the 45 days evaluation period. Read th article KB147: How the licensing model changes in VisualSVN Server 4.0 for more information.
Starting from VisualSVN Server 4.0, the repository web interface no longer supports Internet Explorer 10. You need to upgrade to Internet Explorer 11 or use another browser that is supported by the repository web interface. Please read the article KB151: Browsers supported by VisualSVN Server Web Interface for more information.