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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Where subversion works well is in providing a centralized versioned filesystem. For many people, that is enough to allow it to be used as a source code repository given a couple conventions (i.e. "trunk, branches, tags" and "don't mess with the tags".)

    Having never been a CVS user, I find svn to be much more approachable and never felt like the tags weren't taggy enough.

    Now, for merging and distributed revision control, git certainly has lots of benefits. But I think it also loses the ease-of-use of svn fo