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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I'm also trying out Subversion.

    One thing that bit me was deleting a file.

    It seems like you need to first Delete the file, then Commit the changes on that file.

    I guess it seemed weird to me to commit a deleted file since it was removed already at the first stage.

    Or maybe if it's just me.
    • I didn't mind that, because from how I understood it, deleting is also an action, just like updating. If you don't like that change, you just rollback. It seemed more natural to me(more database like)

      Kind of like "send to recycle bin" and "shift-delete" if you like.

      I generally have fun trying to organize my repositories. Wondering if I should have a separate one for documents together with one for my source trees. Something like WinCVS would be handy too :) but that's wishing for a lot