What does 2.8.0-m1 mean?

I do not understand the release cycle terminology being used.

I am interested in knowing when FishEye will support Subversion 1.7.

I am guessing that 2.8.0-m1 is not a "supported" version of the product, but I am not sure.

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The "m1" stands for "milestone 1".
It's not the type of version that's normally released, it's an EAP (Early Access Program) version.

The current FishEye 2.7.x version doesn't support SVN 1.7.
The upcoming FishEye version 2.8.0 will support SVN 1.7.
As FishEye 2.8 is not yet ready (it has more changes than just SVN 1.7 support), but as several users need the SVN 1.7 support right now, we've release version 2.8.0-m1.
This is explained on the FishEye 2.8 EAP Release Notes page.

Thanks. That was the explanation I was looking for.

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