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NAME

       Git::Repository::Plugin - Base class for Git::Repository plugins

SYNOPSIS

           package Git::Repository::Plugin::Hello;

           use Git::Repository::Plugin;
           our @ISA = qw( Git::Repository::Plugin );

           sub _keywords { return qw( hello hello_gitdir ) }

           sub hello        { return "Hello, git world!\n"; }
           sub hello_gitdir { return "Hello, " . $_[0]->git_dir . "!\n"; }

           1;

DESCRIPTION

       Git::Repository::Plugin allows one to define new methods for Git::Repository, that will be
       imported in the Git::Repository namespace.

       The SYNOPSIS provides a full example.

       The documentation of Git::Repository describes how to load plugins with all the methods
       they provide, or only a selection of them.

METHODS

       Git::Repository::Plugin provides a single method:

   install
           $plugin->install( @keywords );

       Install all keywords provided in the Git::Repository namespace.

       If called with an empty list, will install all available keywords.

SUBCLASSING

   Adding methods to Git::Repository
       When creating a plugin, the new keywords (i.e. methods) that are added by the plugin to
       Git::Repository must be returned by a "_keywords()" method.

   Adding attributes to Git::Repository
       Git::Repository is a blessed hash reference.

       If extra attributes are needed, the recommended name for the hash key (to avoid name
       clashes between plugins) is "_plugin_name_attribute", where name is the plugin lowercase
       name, and attribute is the attribute name.

AUTHOR

       Philippe Bruhat (BooK) <book@cpan.org>

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

       Thanks to Todd Rinaldo, who wanted to add more methods to Git::Repository, which made me
       look for a solution that would preserve the minimalism of Git::Repository.

       After a not-so-good design using @ISA (so Git::Repository would inherit the extra
       methods), further discussions with Aristotle Pagaltzis and a quick peek at Dancer's plugin
       management helped me come up with the current design. Thank you Aristotle and the Dancer
       team.

       Further improvements to the plugin system proposed by Aristotle Pagaltzis.

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.