The MAGMA svn is where we internally maintain all source code. I was just mentioning it to say that we had fixed bugs internally and they would be included in the next release. It is somewhat harder to build code straight out of the svn than in the release, so we prefer users to use the release code. (For instance, most of the single, double, and single-complex routines don't exist in the svn, they get generated by a script from the double-complex routine.) The issues with the 1.2 release were related to packing the tar file, i.e., code from the svn compiled correctly.