Perl::Critic::Git - Bond git and Perl::Critic to blame the right people for violations.
use Perl::Critic::Git; my $git_critic = Perl::Critic::Git->new( file => $file, level => $critique_level, # or undef to use default profile ); my $violations = $git_critic->report_violations( author => $author, # or undef for all since => $date, # to critique only recent changes );
Create a new Perl::Critic::Git object.
my $git_critic = Perl::Critic::Git->new( file => $file, level => $critique_level, # or undef to use default profile );
Mandatory, the path to a file in a Git repository.
Optional, to set a PerlCritic level. If it is not specified, the default PerlCritic profile for the system will be used.
#TODO: List allowed values from PerlCritic.
Return an arrayref of all the authors found in git blame for the file analyzed.
my $authors = $git_critic->get_authors();
Report the violations for a given Git author.
my $violations = $git_critic->report_violations( author => $author, # or undef for all since => $date, # to critique only recent changes );
The name of the author to search violations for.
A date (format YYYY-MM-DD) for which violations of the PBPs that are older will be ignored. This allows critiquing only recent changes, instead of forcing your author to fix an entire legacy file at once if only one line needs to be modified.
Use a cached version of
git diff when available. See Git::Repository::Plugin::Blame::Cache for more information.
Force reanalyzing the file specified by the current object. This is useful if the file has been modified since the Perl::Critic::Git object has been created.
Return an arrayref of all the Perl::Critic::Violation objects found by running Perl::Critic on the file specified by the current object.
my $perlcritic_violations = $git_critic->get_perlcritic_violations();
Return an arrayref of Git::Repository::Plugin::Blame::Line objects corresponding to the lines in the file analyzed.
my $blame_lines = $self->get_blame_lines();
Return a Git::Repository::Plugin::Blame::Line object corresponding to the line number passed as parameter.
my $blame_line = $git_critic->get_blame_line( 5 );
Run "git blame" and "PerlCritic" on the file specified by the current object and caches the results to speed reports later.
Use a cached version of
git diff when available.
Return whether the file specified by the current object has already been analyzed with "git blame" and "PerlCritic".
my $is_analyzed = $git_critic->_is_analyzed();
Return the path to the file to analyze for the current object.
my $file = $git_critic->_get_file();
Return the critique level selected when creating the current object.
my $critique_level = $git_critic->_get_critique_level();
Please report any bugs or feature requests through the web interface at https://github.com/guillaumeaubert/Perl-Critic-Git/issues. I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.
You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.
You can also look for information at:
<aubertg at cpan.org>.
I originally developed this project for ThinkGeek (http://www.thinkgeek.com/). Thanks for allowing me to open-source it!
Copyright 2012-2013 Guillaume Aubert.
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