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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • So today I talk to one of my former colleagues and I tell him that I'm trying out git and svk and how it is going to solve my problems. He said it sounds cool but it would probably never fly in a corporate environment where they want everything centralized so it can be controlled, backed up, etc.

    As you suggest, this is a common way to miss the point. With distributed version control there can still be a central, canonical repository that can be backed up, controlled, etc. There's also always uncontrolled

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    rjbs
  • There has beeen a large amount of talk about distributed VCS recently, and git in particular. However talk of it (git in particular) penetrating corporate environments seems premature, until: Which, to be quite frank, is a crying shame.