cvs2svn is quickly approaching a 1.0 quality release. The new version is a boatload faster and more correct than previous versions (way to go, fitz!!).
It won't do wrappers, though. I'm working on that, but not in the way that might be expected. I'm not going to say any more about it until I actually have something to release. Oh, for 40 hour days!
Cvs2svn requires a relatively recent version of Berkeley DB and the python bindings for the same. Fortunately, this is quite easy to install.
You can grab a recent build of Berkeley DB for Mac OS X from Fred Sanchez's site.
With that installed, you can grab the bsddb module from my .mac account.
I was going to write up a brief entry documenting how to install an Apache based Subversion server on Mac OS X.
Now I don't have to.
Adam Swift has written an excellent article on MacDevCenter entitled Making the Jump to Subversion.
It covers the installation of the Subversion client, apache, the other necessary packages, the subversion server, configuration of the server, and includes a basic "how to use Subversion" guide.
It also includes a link to the Creating a Startup Item. I wasn't aware of that article. Cool. That polishes off my personal Subversion server nicely!