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Lire::LrCommand - Base class for command line programs.
my $prog = new Lire::LrCommand(); $prog->init(); $prog->add_section( 'myprog', __( 'My Program Options' ) ); $prog->add_option( 'name' => 'myoption', 'type' => '=s', 'help' => __( 'My option help.' ) ); $prog->add_common_options(); $prog->parse_options();
Class which is used to create command line program which shares functionaliy.
new( [$usage], [$help] ) Creates a new Lire::LrCommon instance. Initializes the usage string and the help message to $usage and $help. set_usage( [$usage] ) set_help( [$help] ) set_section( [$name], [$label] ) add_option( [%args] ) add_common_options() import_log( [$converter], [$logfile] ) import_log invokes Lire::ImportJob and Lire::DlfConverterProcess. It uses &handle_logfile. This means that in case the $logfile is compressed, it is decompressed to a file in $TMPDIR. In case the $logfile is read from a pipe or from STDIN, it is written to a file in $TMPDIR. So, if you're short on discspace, pass the logfile as an uncompressed file. generate_report( [$converter], [$logfile] ) Generate a report from a $logfile, using $converter. Returns $reportfile. Uses Lire::ReportConfig::generate_report to do the real work.
lr_log2report(1), lr_log2mail(1), lr_xml2mail(1), lr_xml2report(1), Lire::Config(3pm), Lire::ReportConfig(3pm), Lire::PluginManager(3pm), Lire::DlfStore(3pm), Lire::ImportJob(3pm), Lire::OutputJob(3pm), Lire::DlfConverterProcess(3pm)
Francis J. Lacoste <firstname.lastname@example.org>
$Id: LrCommand.pm,v 1.9 2006/07/23 13:16:29 vanbaal Exp $
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