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Description of problem:
It seems that, by default, neon is not built with support for SSL, thus
subversion can not access repositories through https.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install subversion-0.17.1-4503.0 and try to access a repository through https
In order to be built with SSL support neon's configure script needs the argument
"--with-ssl". If subversion.spec would be updated so that "--with-ssl" argument
is passed to %configure, then neon would be configured and built with SSL support.
[pmatilai@chip proj]$ svn checkout
https://oops.kerneljanitors.org/repos/apt-rpmsvn: Bad URL passed to RA layer
svn: Unrecognized URL scheme: https://oops.kerneljanitors.org/repos/apt-rpm
Id like to second this. Having builtin support for transport encryption was one
of the main reasons for me to move from CVS to SVN.
The bundled neon is built with SSL support in subversion-0.22.2-1. Thanks for