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Re^2: Perl best practices fanatism (version control)

by toolic (Bishop)
on Dec 13, 2007 at 03:10 UTC ( #656740=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Perl best practices fanatism
in thread Perl best practices fanatism

not applicable to the situation, such as it's insistence on using version control
It is interesting indeed to read others opinions. I started using a basic unix version control system (SCCS) more than 10 years ago, and have used RCS and CVS as well, every day of my life since. I find it to be such a crucial code development tool since it removes all fear from the process:
  • the fear of going down the wrong path,
  • the fear of commitment,
  • the fear of releasing bad code which is used by others
  • If I make a grave mistake, or even if I just hate what I churned out, retrieving the latest stable version takes mere seconds.

    In a way, I was a little surprised version control was even mentioned in the book, if only because I took it for granted that everyone used it as a matter of course. I learn something new everyday.

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    [stevieb]: Corion: the problem with that is the 2.36 represents the underlying C library I've wrapped, which is why I want to use incrementals after the real version number. I've emailed modules@ to see if they can expedite the process for me...
    [stevieb]: normally, it takes three days to delete, in case you want to change your mind

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