Devel::Covera ton lately for an internal project - major kudos to paul for writing such an excellent tool. while I've been following the test-driven development meme for a few years now, it feels as though I've been flying blind without
Devel::Cover. don't leave home without it.
svn movethem later without losing the commit history. in fact, I've shuffled large parts of the project around with ease, which is a really, really great thing to be able to do, especially at the start of a project - how many times have you not reorganized when it made sense because of your versioning system? well, ok, we reorganize anyway, but now your history moves with you, which is nice.
svnjust doesn't seem to fly off my fingers like
cvsdoes. for that, I've used a little shell hack to help. it's been a while since I've done real shell work so it could probably be cleaner, but in case it helps anyone else migrate here it is:
if [ -e
.svn ]; then
alias cvs="cvs_or_svn "
one last tool I want to mention is SLOCcount. just for kicks I ran it on internal codebase. the results were very interesting.