That is kind of why I didn't claim they were :)
As a courtesy to the OP you could have made that clear. I thought the common understanding is that your answer has to bear some relevance to the question.
I really don't care for the OPs limitations :)
Then why did you answer?
its why I didn't mention VCShell
Very well you didn't. It is based upon VCS::Lite::Repository
, the whole of the VCS suite is no longer maintained and anyhow it also needs an underlying external versioning system.
svk comes with everything the OP wants, so all he has to do is get ahold of his target OS, get a citrusperl/cavapackager for it, install all the modules svk needs ( Alien::SVN ), and create a distribution, and upload it to his target machine
The OP indicated he is limited in what he can install. If he cannot install SVN, then it is more than likely he cannot install Alien::SVN
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