Provided by: libarch-perl_0.5.2-2_all bug


       Arch - GNU Arch Perl library


           use Arch 0.5.2;

           # perldoc Arch
           # axp man Arch

           # example: produce ChangeLog for the current project
           use Arch::Tree;

           foreach my $log (Arch::Tree->new->get_logs) {
               print "-" x 80, "\n";
               print $log->standard_date, "\n";
               print $log->summary, "\n\n";
               print $log->body;


       The Arch-Perl library allows Perl developers to create GNU Arch front-ends in an object
       oriented fashion. GNU Arch is a decentralized, changeset-oriented revision control system.

       Currently, a pragmatic high-level interface is built around tla or baz.  This
       functionality was initially developed for ArchZoom project, and was highly enhanced to
       serve AXP and ArchWay projects as well.


       Mikhael Goikhman (

       Enno Cramer (


       For more information, see tla, Arch::Backend, Arch::Changes, Arch::Changeset,
       Arch::DiffParser, Arch::FileHighlighter, Arch::Inventory, Arch::Library, Arch::LiteWeb,
       Arch::Log, Arch::Name, Arch::Registry, Arch::RevisionBunches, Arch::Run, Arch::RunLimit,
       Arch::Session, Arch::SharedCache, Arch::SharedIndex, Arch::Storage, Arch::Tarball,
       Arch::TempFiles, Arch::Test::Archive, Arch::Test::Cases, Arch::Test::Framework,
       Arch::Test::Tree.  Arch::Tree, Arch::Util.