Git::Raw::Branch - Git branch class
use Git::Raw; # open the Git repository at $path my $repo = Git::Raw::Repository -> open($path); # create a new branch named 'some_branch' $repo -> branch('some_branch', $repo -> head -> target);
Helper class for branch manipulation. Note that a Git branch is nothing more than a Git::Raw::Reference, so this class inherits all methods from it.
WARNING: The API of this module is unstable and may change without warning (any change will be appropriately documented in the changelog).
Retrieve the branch corresponding to the given branch name.
Rename the branch to
$name. Note that in order to get the updated branch object, an additional
Git::Raw::Branch->lookup() is needed.
Retrieve or set the reference supporting the remote tracking branch, given the local branch. If there is no corresponding supporting reference, this function will return
$upstream may either be a Git::Raw::Reference, a string containing the upstream reference name or
$upstream is set to
undef, the remote tracking branch association is removed.
Return the name of the reference supporting the remote tracking branch, given the the local branch. If there is no associated remote tracking branch, this function will return
Return the name of remote that the remote tracking branch belongs to, given the local branch. If there is no associated remote tracking branch, this function will return
Check if the current local branch is pointed at by HEAD.
Alessandro Ghedini <email@example.com>
Jacques Germishuys <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright 2012 Alessandro Ghedini.
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