I've actually installed Tortoise here in windows, and find it really nice. However, one of the big problems with these bigger systems is that they are too hard for average Joe. Reprository? Checkout? What is all that about, may they say. Hmm, and I really dont think I need that too advanced applications... Since, I can only imagine I need to update scripts with new subs... (and maybe some new global variable)... and since Perl is so good with text and files handling I think I will try to create something on my own. Nothing too advanced I think though, but still. Heck, I was even thinking that each plugin could have a list of subs that expanded that particular plugin, and users may "add" these as they want :) Sounds quite cool to me actually ;)
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