debcheckout -V (return code: 2)
svn co VERSION ... Can't exec "svn": No such file or directory at /usr/bin/debcheckout line 556. checkout failed (the command above returned a non-zero exit code)
debcheckout --help (return code: 0)
Usage: debcheckout [*OPTIONS*] *PACKAGE* [*DESTDIR*] debcheckout [*OPTIONS*] *REPOSITORY_URL* [*DESTDIR*] debcheckout --help Options: GENERAL OPTIONS -a, --auth Work in authenticated mode; this means that for known repositories (mainly those hosted on *https://alioth.debian.org*) URL rewriting is attempted before checking out, to ensure that the repository can be committed to. For example, for Subversion repositories hosted on alioth this means that *svn+ssh://svn.debian.org/...* will be used instead of *svn://svn.debian.org/...*. There are built-in rules for alioth.debian.org and github.com. Other hosts can be configured using DEBCHECKOUT_AUTH_URLS. -d, --details Only print a list of detailed information about the package repository, without checking it out; the output format is a list of fields, each field being a pair of TAB-separated field name and field value. The actual fields depend on the repository type. This action might require a network connection to the remote repository. Also see -p. This option and -p are mutually exclusive. -h, --help Print a detailed help message and exit. -p, --print Only print a summary about package repository information, without checking it out; the output format is TAB-separated with two fields: repository type, repository URL. This action works offline, it only uses "static" information as known by APT's cache. Also see -d. This option and -d are mutually exclusive. -P *package*, --package *package* When checking out a repository URL, instead of trying to guess the package name from the URL, use this package name. -t *TYPE*, --type *TYPE* Override the repository type (which defaults to some heuristics based on the URL or, in case of heuristic failure, the fallback "svn"); should be one of the currently supported repository types. -u *USERNAME*, --user *USERNAME* Specify the login name to be used in authenticated mode (see -a). This option implies -a: you don't need to specify both. -f *FILE*, --file *FILE* Specify that the named file should be extracted from the repository and placed in the destination directory. May be used more than once to extract multiple files. --source=never|auto|download-only|always Some packages only place the debian directory in version control. debcheckout can retrieve the remaining parts of the source using apt-get source and move the files into the checkout. never Only use the repository. auto (default) If the repository only contains the debian directory, retrieve the source package, unpack it, and also place the .orig.tar.gz file into the current directory. Else, do nothing. download-only Always retrieve the *.orig.tar.gz* file, but do not unpack it. always Always retrieve the *.orig.tar.gz* file, and if the repository only contains the debian directory, unpack it. VCS-SPECIFIC OPTIONS *GIT-SPECIFIC OPTIONS* --git-track *BRANCHES* Specify a list of remote branches which will be set up for tracking (as in git branch --track, see git-branch(1)) after the remote Git repository has been cloned. The list should be given as a space-separated list of branch names. As a shorthand, the string "*" can be given to require tracking of all remote branches.