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JETRING-ACCEPT(1)						 jetring commands						 JETRING-ACCEPT(1)

jetring-accept - accept a changeset SYNOPSIS
jetring-accept dir changeset DESCRIPTION
Accepts a changeset and adds it to the jetring directory "dir", updating the dir/index file, and optionally gpg signing it. AUTHOR
Joey Hess, <>. SEE ALSO
jetring(7) JETRING-ACCEPT(1)

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Prophet::ChangeSet(3pm) 				User Contributed Perl Documentation				   Prophet::ChangeSet(3pm)

Prophet::ChangeSet DESCRIPTION
This class represents a single, atomic Prophet database update. It tracks some metadata about the changeset itself and contains a list of Prophet::Change entries which describe the actual records created, updated and deleted. METHODS
new Instantiate a new, empty Prophet::ChangeSet object. creator A string representing who created this changeset. created A string representing the ISO 8601 date and time when this changeset was created (UTC). sequence_no The changeset's sequence number (in subversion terms, revision #) on the replica sending us the changeset. source_uuid The uuid of the replica sending us the change. original_source_uuid The uuid of the replica where the change was authored. original_sequence_no The changeset's sequence number (in subversion terms, revision #) on the replica where the change was originally created. is_nullification A boolean value specifying whether this is a nullification changeset or not. is_resolution A boolean value specifying whether this is a conflict resolution changeset or not. changes Returns an array of all the changes in the current changeset. has_changes Returns true if this changeset has any changes. add_change { change => Prophet::Change } Adds a new change to this changeset. as_hash Returns a reference to a representation of this changeset as a hash, containing all the properties in the package variable @SERIALIZE_PROPS, as well as a "changes" key containing hash representations of each change in the changeset, keyed on UUID. new_from_hashref HASHREF Takes a reference to a hash representation of a changeset (such as is returned by "as_hash" or serialized json) and returns a new Prophet::ChangeSet representation of it. Should be invoked as a class method, not an object method. For example: "Prophet::ChangeSet->new_from_hashref($ref_to_changeset_hash)" as_string ARGS Returns a single string representing the changes in this changeset. If $args{header_callback} is defined, the string returned from passing $self to the callback is prepended to the changeset string before it is returned (instead of "description_as_string"). If $args{skip_empty} is defined, an empty string is returned if the changeset contains no changes. The argument "change_filter" can be used to filter certain changes from the string representation; the function is passed a change and should return false if that change should be skipped. The "change_header" argument, if present, is passed to "$change->to_string" when individual changes are converted to strings. description_as_string Returns a string representing a description of this changeset. perl v5.10.1 2009-12-22 Prophet::ChangeSet(3pm)
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