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NAME

       Git::Raw::Cred - Git credentials class

VERSION

       version 0.79

DESCRIPTION

       A Git::Raw::Cred object is used to store credentials.

       WARNING: The API of this module is unstable and may change without warning (any change
       will be appropriately documented in the changelog).

METHODS

   userpass( $user, $pass )
       Create a new credential object with the given username and password.

   sshkey( $user, $public, $private [, $pass ] )
       Create a new credential object given a SSH public and private key files, and optionall the
       password of the private key. If the SSH support has not been enabled at build-time, this
       method will always return "undef".

   sshagent( $user )
       Create a new credential object used for querying an ssh-agent. If the SSH support has not
       been enabled at build-time, this method will always return "undef".

   sshinteractive( $user, $callback )
       Create a new credential object based on interactive authentication. The callback $callback
       will be invoked when the remote-side issues a challenge.  It receives the following
       parameters: $name, $instruction and @prompts. Any of the parameters passed to the callback
       may be undefined.  Each $prompt entry in @prompts is a hash reference that may contain:

       ·   "text"

           Text for the prompt.

       ·   "echo"

           Parameter indicating whether the response of the challenge is safe to be echoed.

       The callback should return a list of responses, one for each prompt.  If the SSH support
       has not been enabled at build-time, this method will always return "undef".

AUTHOR

       Alessandro Ghedini <alexbio@cpan.org>

       Jacques Germishuys <jacquesg@striata.com>

LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT

       Copyright 2012 Alessandro Ghedini.

       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of
       either: the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; or
       the Artistic License.

       See http://dev.perl.org/licenses/ for more information.