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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.

It did. I said "One uses perl, the other is written in perl" -- this is clear. It is also relevant since svk is pure-perl. I made no claims about its dependencies and what they might require, and the op was smart enough to figure out if SVK was for him.

Very well you didn't. It is based upon VCS::Lite::Repository, the whole of the VCS suite is no longer maintained and anyhow it also needs an underlying external versioning system.

VCS::Lite::Repository isn't part of that suite and it doesn't require an external versioning system

Then why did you answer? 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.

And this is why I don't care. If he can install perl files, he can install anything, even if it isn't pure-perl.

In reply to Re^5: Is there handy version control system with pureperl? by Anonymous Monk
in thread Is there handy version control system with pureperl? by remiah

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