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apache modules for Subversion (aka. svn)

Subversion is a version control system much like the Concurrent Versions System (CVS). Version control systems allow many individuals (who may be distributed geographically) to collaborate on a set of files (typically source code). Subversion has all the major features of CVS, plus certain new features that CVS users often wish they had.

This package provides the mod_dav_svn and mod_authz_svn modules for the apache web server. These modules authorize and translate requests from Subversion clients into operations on a Subversion repository. This is useful if you want to make a Subversion repository available over the Internet using the HTTP-based WebDAV/DeltaV protocol sometimes also called DAV.


Package version:1.1.4-2


See /usr/share/doc/subversion/book/book.html for details on how to use

This apache module is configured in /etc/apache2/mods-available/dav_svn.conf


subversion (1.1.4-2) unstable; urgency=high

  * Put call to dh_installdeb after call to dh_python.  Fixes purge
    of python2.3-subversion (closes: #308777) 
  * Disable full testsuite.  All archs have already past it.  No need to
    burden the autobuilders with all the tests.
  * Set DEB_BUILDDIR correctly since something is apparently setting it

 -- David Kimdon <dwhedon@deb


This package was put together by David Kimdon <>, 
source was downloaded from:

I removed the neon/, apr/ and apr-util/ subdirs from the tarball.  Those
subdirs are external projects and we link against the Debian packages already
installed on the build system.

Subversion is covered by the following license:

This license applies to all portions of 

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