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NAME

       Pithub::GitData::Blobs - Github v3 Git Data Blobs API

VERSION

       version 0.01034

DESCRIPTION

       Since blobs can be any arbitrary binary data, the input and responses for the blob api
       takes an encoding parameter that can be either "utf-8" or "base64". If your data cannot be
       losslessly sent as a UTF-8 string, you can base64 encode it.

METHODS

   create
       ·   Create a Blob

               POST /repos/:user/:repo/git/blobs

           Parameters:

           ·   user: mandatory string

           ·   repo: mandatory string

           ·   data: mandatory hashref, having following keys:

               ·   content: mandatory string

               ·   encoding: mandatory string, "utf-8" or "base64"

           Examples:

               my $b = Pithub::GitData::Blobs->new;
               my $result = $b->create(
                   user => 'plu',
                   repo => 'Pithub',
                   data => {
                       content  => 'Content of the blob',
                       encoding => 'utf-8',
                   }
               );

           Response: Status: 201 Created

               {
                   "sha": "3a0f86fb8db8eea7ccbb9a95f325ddbedfb25e15"
               }

   get
       ·   Get a Blob

               GET /repos/:user/:repo/git/blobs/:sha

           Parameters:

           ·   user: mandatory string

           ·   repo: mandatory string

           ·   sha: mandatory string

           Examples:

               my $b = Pithub::GitData::Blobs->new;
               my $result = $b->get(
                   user => 'plu',
                   repo => 'Pithub',
                   sha  => 'b7cdea6830e128bc16c2b75efd99842d971666e2',
               );

           Response: Status: 200 OK

               {
                   "content": "Content of the blob",
                   "encoding": "utf-8"
               }

AUTHOR

       Johannes Plunien <plu@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

       This software is copyright (c) 2011 by Johannes Plunien.

       This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as
       the Perl 5 programming language system itself.