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I have my small programs on my server with folders like this.

project1/ver1 /ver2 /ver3 / / project2/ ... and so on.
I upload/download with scp. And monk's wisdom that I examined, scatter over machines to machines. I came to think of small version control system for me. I would like to have advice from monks, if I could.

What I want.

1. I want to put repository at my server, which has no c compiler, perl5.8, anyway handy for me. It has apache, dav, ftp but there is restriction for installation. So, I am looking for pureperl version control system. Is it possible?

2. I dream like this, with client.

perl -Mpureperlsvn -e 'checkout //project1/trunk mydevel' perl -Mpureperlgit -e 'commit'
If perl and that module is installed, it works. And server receive the source file like CGI program and save it to it's version.

3. I would like to view my source from browser. If I could grep from browser, I could be more happy.

4. Just for personal use.

I found svk in this thread, but it seems to depend on subversion.
Or, do you recommend private Repository of GitHub?

In reply to Is there handy version control system with pureperl? by remiah

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