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       SVN::Dump::Reader - A Subversion dump reader


           # !!! You should use SVN::Dump, not SVN::Dump::Reader !!!

           use SVN::Dump::Reader;
           my $reader = SVN::Dump::Reader->new( $fh );
           my $record = $reader->read_record();


       The SVN::Dump::Reader class implements a reader object for Subversion dumps.


       The following methods are available:

       new( $fh, \%options )
           Create a new SVN::Dump::Reader attached to the $fh filehandle.

           The only supported option is "check_digest", which is disabled by default.

       read_record( )
           Read and return a new SVN::Dump::Record object from the dump filehandle.

           If the option "check_digest" is enabled, this method will recompute the digests for a
           dump without deltas, based on the information in the "Text-content-md5" and
           "Text-content-sha1" headers (if the corresponding Digest module is available). In case
           of a mismatch, the routine will "die()" with an exception complaining about a
           "checksum mismatch".

       read_header_block( )
           Read and return a new SVN::Dump::Headers object from the dump filehandle.

       read_property_block( )
           Read and return a new SVN::Dump::Property object from the dump filehandle.

       read_text_block( )
           Read and return a new SVN::Dump::Text object from the dump filehandle.

       The "read_..." methods will die horribly if asked to read inconsistent data from a stream.


       SVN::Dump, SVN::Dump::Record, SVN::Dump::Headers, SVN::Dump::Property, SVN::Dump::Text.


       Copyright 2006-2013 Philippe Bruhat (BooK), All Rights Reserved.


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