A new LTS version is out, but 1.10 is still supported. Either this port is moved to 1.14.1 or this will be split in two ports subversion-lts-110 and subversion-lts-114 and subversion-lts will point to subversion-lts-114.
I don't see any profit to have subversion-lts and subversion both pointing to same version.
My plan is to have subversion-lts as 1.10.x till 1.15 will be released and then move subversion-lts to 1.14.x (and drop 1.10.x completely).
And, no, I WILL NOT add one more subversion port.
IMHO, -lts version is too much as it is.
(In reply to Lev A. Serebryakov from comment #2)
I agree with that. It was just an idea.
(In reply to Lev A. Serebryakov from comment #1)
This makes sense. I don't now when 1.15 will land, but 1.10.x port relies on Python 2.7 which is annoying to see the expired everyday. For compilation this is not required. Do you see a way to remove it from the port until 1.15 lands?
(In reply to Michael Osipov from comment #4)
I see. I'll think, what could be done with this python situation.