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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Our in-house repo at work is svn. Both rjbs and I use and enjoy git (with git-svn) for disconnected operation -- we aren't making use of all the awesome distributed features of git, but that's ok, because it's still really fast and powerful.

    git-cvs is probably worth at least giving a try, and for use as a better frontend to your existing VCS, git's interface isn't very daunting.

    We were both using svk a few years ago and got turned off of it after one too many "oops, I re-committed 50 random revisions" prob