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Sorry I don't understand it well.


                                +--------------------------------+
                                |     client 2                   |
  +-----------------------+     |                                |
  |                       |     |                                |
  |                       |     |                                |
  |                       |     |                                |
  |                       |     |                                |
  |  Server               |     |                                |
  |  with                 |     |                                |
  |  apache, perl only    |     |      ^     +                   |
  |                       |     +------|-----|-------------------+
  |                       |            |     |
  |                       | checkout?? |     |
  |                       | +----------+     |  Is it possible??
  |  +-------------------+| <----------------+
  |  | distribution      || commit???
  |  | copied            ||
  |  |                   ||
  |  +-------------------+|      +-------------------------------+
  |            ^          |      |    client 1                   |
  +------------|----------+      |                               |
               |                 |    install all svk needs      |
               |                 |                               |
               |                 |   +------------------+        |
               |copy it          |   |                  |        |
               +-------------------+ | distribution?    |        |
                                 |   +------------------+        |
         
Do you say it is possible to checkout and commit from client 2?

I should learn for git and svk more. And look for CPAN a little more...


In reply to Re^4: Is there handy version control system with pureperl? by remiah
in thread Is there handy version control system with pureperl? by remiah

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