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From Paul Hammant <p...@hammant.org>
Subject Building Subversion on Debian stretch with serf support
Date Wed, 28 Feb 2018 04:39:14 GMT
I hope I'm not neck deep in http://xyproblem.info/ territory.

$ svn co http://myRaspberryPi/aDirUnderSvnControl
svn: E170000: Unrecognized URL scheme for 'http://myRaspberryPi/aDirUnde
rSvnControl'

I understand that the default Apache/subversion apt-get install is going to
create a subversion that's missing a 'serf' capability. Or linked to the
wrong or a too old (by some definition) serf.

Of course the error message itself isn't very clear, but people on
StackOverflow/ServerFault are saying serf. And scons and some
rebuild-subversion advice.

I'm half way down that road.

A double-check though: I need to build a serf then rebuild Subversion then
get mod_sav_svn.so used by Apache, so that I can overcome the error above
(on client machines).

Or is there an option to hand `apt-get` that really lassos in the serf
binary for the same of making Subversion with client support for http(s)
checkouts.  Of course non WebDAV 'GETs' of resources work fine (ref E170000
above for "not work fine")


- Paul

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