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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I usually just do "svn info" in the current directory and cut'n'paste as much repository URL in place as I need. It's a very lazy way of doing things though.

    -Dom

  • I rapidly tired of all the URLs in SVN. SVK cuts most of that crap out. As a bonus no .svn directories and offline commits! Give it a shot. You still keep your SVN repo, SVK just talks to it.