Provided by: libsoftware-release-perl_0.03-1_all
Software::Release - Object representing a release of software.
use DateTime; use Software::Release; use Software::Release::Change; my $change = Software::Release::Change->new( author => 'gphat', change_id => 'abc1234', date => DateTime->now, description => 'Frozzled the wozjob' ); my $rel = Software::Release->new( version => '0.1', name => 'Angry Anteater', date => DateTime->now, ); $rel->add_to_changes($change);
Software::Release is a purely informational collection of objects that you can use to represent a release of software. Its original use-case was to provide a contract between a git log parser and a formatter class that outputs a changelog, but it may be useful to others to create bug trackers, dashboards or whathaveyou.
changes A list of Software::Release::Change objects for this release. date The date this software was released. name The name of this release. version The version of the release, as a string.
add_to_changes ($change) Add a change to this release's list of changes. has_no_changes Returns true if this release's list of changes is empty.
Cory G Watson <email@example.com>
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
This software is copyright (c) 2011 by Infinity Interactive, Inc. This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.