I installed RapidSVN today. It looks like this will really make working with svn a bit easier. I have been doing most of my SVN work from the command line and I like being able to have a nice visual overview of how everything stands. This was really easy to install from the RPMs that I found online.
I have uploaded the code that I wanted on google at this time so I feel like I am pretty much on track to get this project done by the end of the summer. I went ahead and did the GSoC survey too.
After reading "Perl Best Practices (PBP)" I plan on going back and doing some editing of the command line options from the programs. I really think I should change the way the help works, this currently just kicks into perldoc. The PBP book suggests a much better way to do this by having separate options:
Short usage statement.
Short usage statement with one liners describing the required arguments and options . This will be the default to go to when the user enters incorrect information at the command line.
This will print the perldoc POD documentation