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App::Sqitch::Plan::Line

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Name

App::Sqitch::Plan::Line - Sqitch deployment plan line

Synopsis

  my $plan = App::Sqitch::Plan->new( sqitch => $sqitch );
  for my $line ($plan->lines) {
      say $line->as_string;
  }

Description

An App::Sqitch::Plan::Line represents a single line from a Sqitch plan file. Each object managed by an App::Sqitch::Plan object is derived from this class. This is actually an abstract base class. See App::Sqitch::Plan::Change, App::Sqitch::Plan::Tag, and App::Sqitch::Plan::Blank for concrete subclasses.

Interface

Constructors

"new"
  my $plan = App::Sqitch::Plan::Line->new(%params);
Instantiates and returns a App::Sqitch::Plan::Line object. Parameters:
"plan"
The App::Sqitch::Plan object with which the line is associated.
"name"
The name of the line. Should be empty for blank lines. Tags names should not include the leading "@".
"lspace"
The white space from the beginning of the line, if any.
"lopspace"
The white space to the left of the operator, if any.
"operator"
An operator, if any.
"ropspace"
The white space to the right of the operator, if any.
"rspace"
The white space after the name until the end of the line or the start of a note.
"note"
A note. Does not include the leading "#", but does include any white space immediate after the "#" when the plan file is parsed.

Accessors

"plan"
  my $plan = $line->plan;
Returns the plan object with which the line object is associated.
"name"
  my $name = $line->name;
Returns the name of the line. Returns an empty string if there is no name.
"lspace"
  my $lspace = $line->lspace.
Returns the white space from the beginning of the line, if any.
"rspace"
  my $rspace = $line->rspace.
Returns the white space after the name until the end of the line or the start of a note.
"note"
  my $note = $line->note.
Returns the note. Does not include the leading "#", but does include any white space immediate after the "#" when the plan file is parsed. Returns the empty string if there is no note.

Instance Methods

"format_name"
  my $formatted_name = $line->format_name;
Returns the name of the line properly formatted for output. For tags, it's the name with a leading "@". For all other lines, it is simply the name.
"format_operator"
  my $formatted_operator = $line->format_operator;
Returns the formatted representation of the operator. This is just the operator an its associated white space. If neither the operator nor its white space exists, an empty string is returned. Used internally by "as_string()".
"format_content"
  my $formatted_content $line->format_content;
Formats and returns the main content of the line. This consists of an operator and its associated white space, if any, followed by the formatted name.
"format_note"
  my $note = $line->format_note;
Returns the note formatted for output. That is, with a leading "#" and newlines encoded.
"as_string"
  my $string = $line->as_string;
Returns the full stringification of the line, suitable for output to a plan file.
"request_note"
  my $note = $line->request_note( for => 'add' );
Request the note from the user. Pass in the name of the command for which the note is requested via the "for" parameter. If there is a note, it is simply returned. Otherwise, an editor will be launched and the user asked to write one. Once the editor exits, the note will be retrieved from the file, saved, and returned. If no note was written, an exception will be thrown with an "exitval" of 1.
"note_prompt"
  my $prompt = $line->note_prompt( for => 'tag' );
Returns a localized string for use in the temporary file created by "request_note()". Pass in the name of the command for which to prompt via the "for" parameter.

See Also

App::Sqitch::Plan
Class representing a plan.
sqitch
The Sqitch command-line client.

Author

David E. Wheeler <david@justatheory.com>

License

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