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Name ^

App::Sqitch::Plan::ChangeList - Sqitch deployment plan change list

Synopsis ^

  my $list = App::Sqitch::Plan::ChangeList->new(
      $add_roles,
      $add_users,
      $insert_user,
      $insert_user2,
  );

  my @changes = $list->changes;
  my $add_users = $list->change_at(1);
  my $add_users = $list->get('add_users');

  my $insert_user1 = $list->get('insert_user@alpha');
  my $insert_user2 = $list->get('insert_user');

Description ^

This module is used internally by App::Sqitch::Plan to manage plan changes. It's modeled on Array::AsHash and Hash::MultiValue, but makes allowances for finding changes relative to tags.

Interface ^

Constructors

new

  my $plan = App::Sqitch::Plan::ChangeList->new( @changes );

Instantiates and returns a App::Sqitch::Plan::ChangeList object with the list of changes. Each change should be a App::Sqitch::Plan::Change object. Order will be preserved but the location of each change will be indexed by its name and ID, as well as the names and IDs of any associated tags.

Instance Methods

count

  my $count = $changelist->count;

Returns the number of changes in the list.

changes

  my @changes = $changelist->changes;

Returns all of the changes in the list.

tags

  my @tags = $changelist->tags;

Returns all of the tags associated with changes in the list.

items

  my @changes = $changelist->items;

An alias for changes.

change_at

  my $change = $change_list->change_at(10);

Returns the change at the specified index.

index_of

  my $index = $changelist->index_of($change_id);
  my $index = $changelist->index_of($change_name);

Returns the index of the change with the specified ID or name. The value passed may be one of these forms:

first_index_of

  my $index = $changelist->first_index_of($change_name);
  my $index = $changelist->first_index_of($change_name, $name);

Returns the index of the first instance of the named change in the list. If a second argument is passed, the index of the first instance of the change after the the index of the second argument will be returned. This is useful for getting the index of a change as it was deployed after a particular tag, for example:

  my $index = $changelist->first_index_of('foo', '@beta');
  my $index = $changelist->first_index_of('foo', 'users_table@beta1');

The second argument must unambiguously refer to a single change in the list. As such, it should usually be a tag name or tag-qualified change name. Returns undef if the change does not appear in the list, or if it does not appear after the specified second argument change name.

last_change

  my $change = $changelist->last_change;

Returns the last change to be appear in the list. Returns undef if the list contains no changes.

last_tagged_change

  my $change = $changelist->last_tagged_change;

Returns the last tagged change in the list. Returns undef if the list contains no tagged changes.

index_of_last_tagged

  my $index = $changelist->index_of_last_tagged;

Returns the index of the last tagged change in the list. Returns undef if the list contains no tags.

get

  my $change = $changelist->get($id);
  my $change = $changelist->get($change_name);
  my $change = $changelist->get($tag_name);

Returns the change for the specified ID or name. The name may be specified as described for index_of(). An exception will be thrown if more than one change goes by a specified name. As such, it is best to specify it as unambiguously as possible: as a tag name, a tag-qualified change name, or an ID.

contains

  say 'Yes!' if $plan->contains('6c2f28d125aff1deea615f8de774599acf39a7a1');

Like index_of(), but never throws an exception, and returns true if the plan contains the specified change, and false if it does not.

find

  my $change = $changelist->find($id);
  my $change = $changelist->find($change_name);
  my $change = $changelist->find($tag_name);
  my $change = $changelist->find("$change_name\@$tag_name");

Tries to find and return a change based on the argument. If no tag is specified, finds and returns the first instance of the named change. Otherwise, it returns the change as of the specified tag. Unlike get(), it will not throw an error if more than one change exists with the specified name, but will return the first instance.

append

  $changelist->append(@changes);

Append one or more changes to the list. Does not check for duplicates, so use with care.

index_tag

  $changelist->index_tag($index, $tag);

Index the tag at the specified index. That is, the tag is assumed to be associated with the change at the specified index, and so the internal look up table is updated so that the change at that index can be found via the tag's name and ID.

See Also ^

App::Sqitch::Plan

The Sqitch plan.

Author ^

David E. Wheeler <david@justatheory.com>

License ^

Copyright (c) 2012-2014 iovation Inc.

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.

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