Provided by: libgit-raw-perl_0.79-6_amd64
Git::Raw::Odb - Git object database class
A Git::Raw::Odb represents a git object database. WARNING: The API of this module is unstable and may change without warning (any change will be appropriately documented in the changelog).
new( ) Create a new object database. open( $directory ) Create a new object database and automatically add the two default backends. $directory should be the path to the 'objects' directory. backend_count( ) Get the number of ODB backend objects. refresh( ) Refresh the object database to load newly added files. If the object databases have changed on disk while the library is running, this function will force a reload of the underlying indexes. Use this method when you're confident that an external application has tampered with the ODB. foreach( $repo, $callback ) Run $callback for every object available in the database. The callback receives a single argument, the OID of the object. A non-zero return value will terminate the loop. add_backend( $backend, $priority ) Add a custom backend to the ODB. The backends are checked in relative ordering, based on the value of $priority. add_alternate( $backend, $priority ) Add an alternate custom backend to the ODB. Alternate backends are always checked for objects after all the main backends have been exhausted. Writing is disabled on alternate backends. read( $id ) Read an object from the database. Returns a Git::Raw::Odb::Object or "undef" if the object does not exist. write( $data, type ) Write an object directly to the database. Returns the OID of the object. $type should be one of the values as defines in the constants section of Git::Raw::Object. hash( $data, $type ) Determine the object-ID (sha1 hash) of $data. $type should be one of the values as defined in the constants section of Git::Raw::Object.
Jacques Germishuys <firstname.lastname@example.org>
LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2016 Jacques Germishuys. 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.