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NAME

       Git::Raw::Filter - Git filter class

VERSION

       version 0.79

DESCRIPTION

       A Git::Raw::Filter represents a Git filter.

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

METHODS

   create( $name, $attributes)
       Create a filter. $name is a name by which the filter can be referenced.  $attributes is a
       whitespace-separated list of attribute names to check for this filter (e.g. "eol crlf
       text"). If the attribute name is bare, it will be simply loaded and passed to the "check"
       callback.  If it has a value (i.e. "name=value"), the attribute must match that value for
       the filter to be applied.

   callbacks( \%callbacks )
       Set the callbacks for the filter. %callbacks may specificy the following callbacks.

       ·   "initialize"

           Optional callback to be invoked before a filter is first used. It will be called once
           at most.

       ·   "shutdown"

           Optional callback to be invoked when the filter is unregistered or when the library is
           shutting down. It will be called once at most. This may be called even if "initialize"
           has never been called.

       ·   "check"

           Optional callback that checks if filtering is needed for a given source.  The callback
           receives the following parameters: The filter source, a Git::Raw::Filter::Source
           object.

           If the filter should be applied, "Git::Raw::Error->OK" should be returned.  If the
           filter should be skipped, "Git::Raw::Error->PASSTHROUGH" should be returned.

       ·   "apply"

           Callback that actually filters data.

           The callback receives the following parameters: The filter source, a
           Git::Raw::Filter::Source object, $from the source data and $to, a scalar reference
           where the output should be written to.

           If the filter successfully writes the output, "Git::Raw::Error->OK" should be
           returned. If the filter failed, "Git::Raw::Error->ERROR" should be returned. If the
           filter does not want to run, "Git::Raw::Error->PASSTHROUGH" should be returned.

       ·   "cleanup"

           Optional callback to clean up after filtering has been applied.

   register( $priority )
       Register the filter with priority $priority.

   unregister( )
       Remove the filter.

AUTHOR

       Alessandro Ghedini <alexbio@cpan.org>

       Jacques Germishuys <jacquesg@striata.com>

LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT

       Copyright 2014 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.