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App::Sqitch::Role::TargetConfigCommand

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Name

App::Sqitch::Role::TargetConfigCommand - A command that handles target-related configuration

Synopsis

  package App::Sqitch::Command::init;
  extends 'App::Sqitch::Command';
  with 'App::Sqitch::Role::TargetConfigCommand';

Description

This role encapsulates the common attributes and methods required by commands that deal with change script configuration, including script directories and extensions.

Interface

Class Methods

"options"
  my @opts = App::Sqitch::Command::checkout->options;
Adds options common to the commands that manage script configuration.
"configure"
Configures the options common to commands manage script configuration.

Attributes

"properties"
A hash reference of target configurations. The keys may be as follows:
"deploy"
"revert"
"verify"
"reworked"
"reworked_deploy"
"reworked_revert"
"reworked_verify"
"extension"

Instance Methods

"config_target"
  my $target = $cmd->config_target;
  my $target = $cmd->config_target(%params);
Constructs a target based on the contents of "properties". The supported parameters are:
"name"
A target name.
"uri"
A target URI.
"engine"
An engine name.
The passed target and engine names take highest precedence, falling back on the properties and the "default_target". All other properties are applied to the target before returning it.
"write_plan"
  $cmd->write_plan(%params);
Writes out the plan file. Supported parameters are:
"target"
The target for which the plan will be written. Defaults to the target returned by "config_target()".
"project"
The project name. If not passed, the project name will be read from the default target's plan, if it exists. Otherwise an error will be thrown.
"uri"
The project URI. Optional. If not passed, the URI will be read from the default target's plan, if it exists. Optional.
"directories_for"
  my @dirs = $cmd->directories_for(@targets);
Returns a set of script directories for a list of targets. Options passed to the command are preferred. Paths are pulled from the command only when they have not been passed as options.
"make_directories_for"
  $cmd->directories_for(@targets);
Creates script directories for one or more targets. Options passed to the command are preferred. Paths are pulled from the command only when they have not been passed as options.
"mkdirs"
   $cmd->directories_for(@dirs);
Creates the list of directories on the file system. Directories that already exist are skipped. Messages are sent to "info()" for each directory, and an error is thrown on the first to fail.

See Also

App::Sqitch::Command::init
The "init" command initializes a Sqitch project, setting up the change script configuration and directories.
App::Sqitch::Command::engine
The "engine" command manages engine configuration, including engine-specific change script configuration.
App::Sqitch::Command::target
The "engine" command manages target configuration, including target-specific change script configuration.

Author

David E. Wheeler <david@justatheory.com>

License

Copyright (c) 2012-2015 iovation Inc.
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