|Git::Repository::Log(3pm)||User Contributed Perl Documentation||Git::Repository::Log(3pm)|
NAME¶Git::Repository::Log - Class representing git log data
# load the Log plugin use Git::Repository 'Log'; # get the log for last commit my ($log) = Git::Repository->log( '-1' ); # get the author's email print my $email = $log->author_email;
DESCRIPTION¶"Git::Repository::Log" is a class whose instances represent log items from a git log stream.
CONSTRUCTOR¶This method shouldn't be used directly. Git::Repository::Log::Iterator should be the preferred way to create "Git::Repository::Log" objects.
new¶Create a new "Git::Repository::Log" instance, using the list of key/values passed as parameters. The supported keys are (from the output of "git log --pretty=raw"):
- The commit id (ignoring the extra information added by --decorate).
- The tree id.
- The parent list, separated by spaces.
- The author information.
- The committer information.
- The log message (including the 4-space indent normally output by git log).
- The commit signature.
- The mergetag information.
- The commit from which the diff was taken.
This is the extra "from" information on the commit header that is added by git when the log contains a diff (using the "-p" or "--name-status" option). In this case, "git log" may show the same commit several times.
- Any extra text that might be added by extra options passed to git log (e.g. "-p" or "--name-status").
Note that since "git tag --pretty=raw" does not provide the "encoding" header (and provides the message properly decoded), this information will not be available via Git::Repository::Plugin::Log.
ACCESSORS¶The following accessors methods are recognized. They all return scalars, except for "parent()", which returns a list.
Author and committer information¶
- The original author/committer line
- The log message with the 4-space indent output by git log.
- The unindented version of the log message.
COPYRIGHT¶Copyright 2010-2016 Philippe Bruhat (BooK), all rights reserved.
LICENSE¶This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.