On Wed, 2014-11-26 at 05:31 -0800, Dan Holmes wrote:
> subvertpy. felt like the instructions favored that one.
> On Tuesday, November 25, 2014 6:21:26 PM UTC-5, David Trowbridge
> Are you using the pysvn or subvertpy backend?
In my experience (on Fedora), I've found that the pysvn option is the
better one. As I understand it, subvertpy is mainly there because it can
be installed with easy_install, but it's not nearly as mature as pysvn.
Since your operating system includes a pysvn package, it would probably
be best to install that using apt and try again. If that works, then
there's a bug in the subvertpy support somewhere that can be looked
into, but you'll be up and running in the meantime.
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