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Re^2: Perl best practices fanatism (also commenting on version control)

by Fletch (Chancellor)
on Dec 13, 2007 at 03:43 UTC ( #656745=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Perl best practices fanatism
in thread Perl best practices fanatism

There's no need to set up a server to use SVN. It will run perfectly well against a local repository on the same machine, or over ssh (again without a dedicated server) to a remote machine. And there's other options besides (or on top of :) SVN that don't require dedicated servers either.

Additionally: Not that you're not free to work without a net if you really want to, just don't be surprised when you go splat. And you will eventually go splat (Murphy and what not . . .). And the more cautious who do use SCM religiously will snicker when you're hoist on your own petard.

The cake is a lie.
The cake is a lie.
The cake is a lie.

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[arunks]: do you have any sample code .please share it. am looking for before opening excel file prompt should ask for password to open the excel file.
[marto]: which part don't you know how to do?
[marto]: oh
[Corion]: arunks: Maybe How do I make password prompts not echo back the user?? Or simply read it from STDIN.
[Corion]: arunks: Please do not ask us to write your program. You have to write your program yourself.

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