Git::Raw::Commit - Git commit class
use Git::Raw; # open the Git repository at $path my $repo = Git::Raw::Repository -> open($path); # add a file to the repository default index my $index = $repo -> index; $index -> add('test'); $index -> write; # create a new tree out of the repository index my $tree_id = $index -> write_tree; my $tree = $repo -> lookup($tree_id); # retrieve user's name and email from the Git configuration my $config = $repo -> config; my $name = $config -> str('user.name'); my $email = $config -> str('user.email'); # create a new Git signature my $me = Git::Raw::Signature -> now($name, $email); # create a new commit out of the above tree, with the repository HEAD as # parent my $commit = $repo -> commit( 'some commit', $me, $me, [ $repo -> head -> target ], $tree );
Git::Raw::Commit represents a Git commit.
WARNING: The API of this module is unstable and may change without warning (any change will be appropriately documented in the changelog).
Create a new commit given a message, two Git::Raw::Signature (one is the commit author and the other the committer), a list of parent commits and a Git::Raw::Tree. If
$update_ref is provided and is defined, the reference with the corresponding name is automatically updated or created. If
undef, no reference is updated. If
$update_ref is not provided, "HEAD" is updated.
Retrieve the commit corresponding to
$id. This function is pretty much the same as
$repo->lookup($id) except that it only returns commits.
Retrieve the id of the commit, as string.
Retrieve the message of the commit.
Retrieve the Git::Raw::Signature representing the author of the commit.
Retrieve the Git::Raw::Signature representing the committer.
Retrieve the committer time of the commit.
Retrieve the committer time offset (in minutes) of the commit.
Retrieve the Git::Raw::Tree the commit points to.
Retrieve the list of parents of the commit.
Alessandro Ghedini <email@example.com>
Copyright 2012 Alessandro Ghedini.
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