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Re^3: Why not a "living" PerlDoc? Others have it, why not Perl? (boring thoughtis)

by soonix (Curate)
on Nov 21, 2013 at 11:12 UTC ( #1063714=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Why not a "living" PerlDoc? Others have it, why not Perl? (boring thoughtis)
in thread Why not a "living" PerlDoc? Others have it, why not Perl?

Or as a diff for installations that already exist
If I understand it right, perldoc already is in a git repository (together with perl itself). If you could automatically turn this into pushes, that would be the best way (I think).

For several postings here, both of my own and from others, I wish for a version controlled PerlMonks. Your annotation system would be another candidate for such an approach.


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