I know these are noob questions, but I never got my own Subversion running before and I'm kinda lost.
I installed VisualSVN in Windows, but it by default doesn't support svn:// protocol, only HTTP OR HTTPS.
It is working fine over HTTP, and from its management tool I'm able to manage it, see its repositories and get their HTTP-based URL, and from that I'm able to use Tortoise to check out and check in. A repository URL I'm able to check out from using Tortoise:
But I need svn:// protocol for Redmine to access it. Redmine says to support http:// but it reports this error message:
The entry or revision was not found in the repository.. And I need HTTPS to access it from Internet.
If I can get Redmine to access it from svn:// I can just configure it to use HTTPS on place of HTTP, and I hope it all to work.
I like VisualSVN because of it management tool, but I can use other Subversion distro if needed, as long as it supports svn:// and https:// . I'm getting crazy on it because it should be simple but I can't get it to work.