On Fri, 2 Apr 2004 03:54:31 +0900, 
	Dick Davies <rasputnik / hellooperator.net> wrote:
> True, but that's not a killer for me. I hate its slew of dependencies, 
> not least apache2 and db4.

Using the svnserve network server avoids the need for Apache 2 (though
obviously not BerkeleyDB, which is fundamental to how Subversion stores
data).  If you use svnserve, setting up a public server is quite simple: do
the './configure ; make ; make install' dance steps, and then add a line to
inetd.conf to run svnserve on the standard port.

--amk