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Arch::Session(3pm)					User Contributed Perl Documentation					Arch::Session(3pm)

Arch::Session - access arch archives SYNOPSIS
use Arch::Session; my $session = Arch::Session->new; my $rev = ''; my $log = $session->get_revision_log($rev); my $cset = $session->get_revision_changeset($rev); my $tree = $session->get_tree($rev); DESCRIPTION
Arch::Session provides an interface to access changesets and logs stored in arch archives. METHODS
The following common methods (inherited and pure virtual that this class implements) are documented in Arch::Storage: new, init, working_name, working_names, fixup_name_alias, is_archive_managed, expanded_revisions. archives, categories, branches, versions, revisions, get_revision_descs, expanded_archive_info, get_revision_changeset, get_changeset, get_revision_log, get_log. Additionally, the following methods are available: get_specified_changeset, clear_cache, get_tree, init_tree, my_id. get_specified_changeset arg Get changeset object (Arch::Changeset) by a user specified input. arg may be revision name, or changeset directory, or tree directory (then changeset for tree changes is constructed), and in the future local tarball filepath or remote tarball url. clear_cache [key ..] For performance reasons, most method results are cached (memoized in fact). Use this method to explicitly request this cache to be cleared. By default all cached keys are cleared; key may be one of the strings 'archives', 'categories', 'branches', 'versions', 'revisions' or 'revision_descs'. get_tree [{ options }] [revision [dir]] Construct a working tree for revision or working_name in dir. If dir is not specified, a new temporary directory is automatically created. Keys of options may be pristine, link, library, sparse, non_sparse, no_greedy_add; all are false by default. See "tla get". init_tree dir Run "tla init-tree" in dir. my_id [newid] Get or set "tla my-id". BUGS
No known bugs. AUTHORS
Mikhael Goikhman ( Enno Cramer ( SEE ALSO
For more information, see tla, Arch::Storage, Arch::Library, Arch::Name, Arch::Log, Arch::Changeset. perl v5.10.1 2005-11-14 Arch::Session(3pm)

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Arch::Tarball(3pm)					User Contributed Perl Documentation					Arch::Tarball(3pm)

Arch::Tarball - an interface to create and work with tarballs SYNOPSIS
use Arch::Tarball my $tarball = Arch::Tarball->new; my $pipe = $tarball->create( dir => '/path/to/subdir-to-pack', base_name => 'new-subdir-to-pack', pipe => 1, ); DESCRIPTION
Arch::Tarball provides an object oriented interface to work with (create, examine or extract) standard gzipped tarballs. Note: As functionality is added only when needed, a lot of features are currently not implemented. METHODS
The following functions are available: new, create, extract, list. new %opts Creates a new Arch::Tarball object. The following parameters can be set via %opts: tar The name of the tar executable. Defaults to "tar". file The filename of the Tarball. create %opts Creates a new tarball (tar.gz) from a given directory structure. create understands the following options: dir (mandatory) Specifies the base directory for the tarball. The given directory and recursively its content will be added to the tarball. The directory's basename will be used as the first and the only subdirectory in the tarball. base_name Allow the programmer to specify a different base directory name for the tarball content than the basename of dir. In this case, 'cp' process is launched to temporarily rename the last element of dir. pipe When set, create does not create a physical tarball but writes the tarballs content to a newly created pipe. The pipe is returned by the create method. Note: Currently the pipe option is mandatory. extract %opts Extracts the tarball to a given target directory, specified by dir option. If dir option is not given, a temporary directory is created that will hold the extracted dirs/files. This directory is returned. The file option specifies the tarball file name. It may be given in the constructor instead. list %opts (not implemented yet) Returns a list of files and directories in the tarball. BUGS
Most functionality is currently not implemented. If you need part of the missing functionality, please contact the authors. Patches are greatly appreciated. AUTHORS
Mikhael Goikhman ( Enno Cramer ( perl v5.10.1 2005-04-22 Arch::Tarball(3pm)
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