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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I've looked at switching/using git at least twice in the last six months or so. Lately, it seems that native Win32 support is improving so that hurdle I had is dropping.

    I get most of it, conceptually, but I find some parts of the application of it confusing. It desperately needs more cookbooks, more examples of "here's how I work with it day to day" and not just by Linux kernel developers who are (a) highly-technical already and (b) managing a vast, decentralized project with their own particular legacy

      • Where do I publish if I don't run my own public server?

      Git supports a number of different transports, but the simplest way to share is to put a git repository in a publicly accessible web directory (just a plain ordinary web server not a 'git server'). You would typically push to it using git over ssh or by rsyncing your repository directory to the server. Other people would pull from it using git over HTTP. They obviously can't commit directly, but they can send you patches, or they can publish their own repository containing a modified branch and you can