No, subversion does not have and will not have support for this, because subversion works different from cvs - in cvs the version id is different for each file, therefore it is easy to include the current version of a file when checking out/updating.
in subversion there is no version id for the file, there is only the version id of the whole project. to include this version in the file, you would have to check out all files again, so that this string can be included.
However I just read that $Revision$ and $Date$ work with subversion, they just don't include the global version, but Revision and Date of the last change of this file. We just have to enable this for the file (I'm not sure if this is a local or a remote setting). I've just executed the following command in my svn directory:
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svn propset svn:keywords "Date Revision" -R www/ scripts/
when I delete a file and check it out again the revision and date is now set. I think we need to set these properties for a new file again, since there doesn't seem to be a global setting for this - or I just haven't found it.