virtualenv, python and subversion

I’m trying to use the python subversion SWIG libraries in a virtualenv --no-site-packages environment. How can I make this work?

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    You can install it inside virtualenv from svn:

    source /home/you/venv/python/bin/activate
    pip install -e svn+http://pysvn.tigris.org/svn/pysvn/tags/pysvn/Extension/1.7.6/#egg=pysvn
    

    According to Maciek Sawicki answer:

    . ap/bin/activate
    (ap) $ pip install http://pysvn.barrys-emacs.org/source_kits/pysvn-1.7.6.tar.gz
    
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