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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I logged into a system last night that had recently had its OS reinstalled and home directories restored from backup. When I went to look for something in the code that was in my home directory, I noticed that ack was no longer installed on the system. To quote my own email to the sysadmin:

    [machinename] doesn't have "ack" installed on it anymore. Fire up cpan and "install App::Ack" I don't see how I lived without ack before as I use it all the time now.
    • Do you have a ~/bin dir you carry around w/you via Subversion? Put ack-standalone into it. That's one of the reasons I made the standalone version.
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      • Do you have a ~/bin dir you carry around w/you via Subversion?

        Do you? I've been trying to bring my entire home directory under version control with svn, and I'm seeing some benefits, but still struggling with layout. What all do you carry around with subversion, and can I entice you to journal about it and share insights? :)

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        J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers