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NAME ^

  Continuus - Perl interface to Continuus CM

SYNOPSIS ^

  use Continuus;

  Check out a file:

  use Continuus;

  $ccm = new Continuus;

  $ccm->start(database => '/proj/Continuus4/rig',
              host => 'stoxserv01');

  $ccm->checkOut(file => 'main.c',
                 version => '2');

  $ccm->stop();

DESCRIPTION ^

  The Continuus perl module is a interface to the most common Continuus functions.

CHANGE HISTORY ^

  0.1    Created.

METHODS ^

new:
  The new method creates a new Continuus object.
start:
  The start method starts a new Continuus session.

  Parameters:
   database: Database to open.
   
   host: Hostname to start the engine on.

   iniFile: Ini file to read.

  Example:
   $ccm->start(database => "/proj/Continuus0/rig/", host => "stoccm01");
command:
  The command method acts as a interface to all other Continuus functions
  not implemented in the Continuus module.

  Parameters:
   command: The command to be executed by Continuus

  Example:
  $ccm->command('status');
stop:
  The stop command quits the current Continuus session.

  Parameters:
   None.
query:
  The query command is a interface to the Continuus query command.

  Parameters:
   query: The query string
   flags: Flags to pass to Continuus.
   Format: Formatting options.

  Example:
   $ccm->query(query => "status='released'", flags => "-u", format => "%objectname");
checkOut:
  Checks out a file.

  Parameters:
   file: The file to check out.
   version: The version to set on the new file.

  Example:
   $ccm->checkOut(file => "main.c", version => "1.1");
checkIn:
  Checks in a file.

  Parameters:
   file: The file to check out.
   comment: The comment to set on the new file.

  Example:
   $ccm->checkIn(file => "main.c", comment => "Created");
reconfigure:
  Reconfigure command

  Parameters:
   project: The project to reconfigure.
   parameters: Other parameters to pass to the reconfigure command.

  Example:
   $ccm->checkOut(file => "main.c", version => "1.1");
debugOn:
  Sets the debugging information on.
debugOff:
  Sets the debugging information off.

AUTHOR ^

Henrik Jönsson henrik7205@hotmail.com

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