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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by gnat (29) on 2002.10.09 10:50 (#13715) Journal
    I'm keeping my eye on it. I was motivated enough to try to install it a few weeks ago, but after wasting fifteen minutes trying to find an easy way to download and bootstrap the current version, I gave up. I haven't had another fifteen minutes to try again. I was going to suggest to Tom that we keep the Cookbook in subversion for the second edition, but that time has passed and we're now using CVS.

    --Nat

    • Subversion is becoming more stable and snapshots are released regularly. It's not necessary to bootstrap a 'bleadsvn' if you don't want to keep in touch with the development. Moreover, you aren't any longer forced to pull apache2/apr from CVS. More on that later. But you're right, if you don't have 15 minutes from time to time to upgrade and configure svn until 1.0 is out, keep using something you know.