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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Sometimes I think O'Reilly really should have published an entire CVS book, not just a pocket reference, which does the neophyte user little good for understanding the concepts. Unfortunately I haven't seen a book or FAQ that would really help in this situation. I'd love to know of one.

    I was working on a project for a graphic design firm that wanted a revision control system, but they and their clients did not want to change their current behaviors.

    What we settled on was a WebDAV (Distributed Authorin

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    -DA [coder.com]

    • if you want autoversion'd WebDAV without having to write a custom backend, Subversion [tigris.org] can do that, although you have to use a bleeding edge version of apache, and the support is still a bit flakey (as our WebDAV/DeltaV support is currently limited to pretty much 'what we need to make svn work'). some people have reported success with it though. see here [collab.net] for some details.