I have my small programs on my server with folders like this.
... 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 test.pl'
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?
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