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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Is it developed using some version control system?

    • by Ron Savage (5224) on 2010.08.05 17:31 (#72263) Journal

      Hi chorny

      No, not yet.

      I want to get the interface working so it's usable before I think about an undo command.

      The data is stored in Postgres/SQLite/..., selectable via a config file.

      The 1st version will probably have a backup button, to output the db to a datestamped file, which can be restored, as a crude implementation of undo.

      In other words undo is not mandatory to the design, just nice-to-have...

      Also, I'm worried about how to match the minimalist target with requiring git or some such, since I expect many potential users would want to install it on a shared/vps hosting site.

      The delay in replying is in part due to another bug in use.perl.org's code, whereby I was
      logged on and not logged on simultaneously.

      So, I could log on and draft a reply, but being not logged on meant the Preview and
      Submit buttons were disabled on the grounds I was an anonymous poster :-(.

      Cheers
      Ron