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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Keep us updated on your thoughts and usage issues. I recently got turned on to the idea of converting to SVN after being exposed to is in the modperl/Apache::Test dev lists.

    I like the web interface a lot better and getting source through a proxy via http:https rulez, but having a copy of Apache2 around just for it seems like a pain, altough I hear CVSWeb groks SVN now too.

    I still can't get my brain to accept how tagging and branching works without a branch/tag command. :-) The other thing that bugs me sti
    • and getting source through a proxy via http:https rulez, but having a copy of Apache2 around just for it seems like a pain

      You don't need to have Apache2 around to use Subversion, just for the webdav stuff (though Apache2 and mod_perl 2 are nearly mature.) You can set up svnserve (ie. svn: urls) which is the most efficient, its analogous to pserver, with less suck and more security. You can also use svn over ssh ( svn+ssh:) like CVS does.

      There's also a few CVSWeb like things out there. WebSVN [schwern.org] is o