SVN::Log::Index - Index and search over Subversion commit logs.
my $index = SVN::Log::Index->new ('/path/to/index'); $index->add ('svn://host/repos', 1); my $results = $index->search ('query');
SVN::Log::Index builds a Plucene index of commit logs from any number of Subversion repositories and allows you to do arbitrary full text searches over them.
my $index = SVN::Log::Index->new ('/path/to/index', create => $create);
Create a new index or an object to manage an existing index.
The first argument is the path to the index on disk, and all remaining arguments are used to create an args hash.
If the args hash's 'create' entry is true a new index will be created, otherwise an existing index will be opened.
$index->add ('svn://host/path/to/repos', $start_rev, $end_rev);
Add one or more log messages to the index. If a second revision is not specified, the revision passed will be added to the index, otherwise the range of revisions from $start_rev to $end_rev will be added.
my $hits = $index->search ($query);
Search for $query (which is parsed into a Plucene::Search::Query object by the Plucene::QueryParser module) in $index and return a reference to an array of hash references. Each hash reference points to a hash where the key is the field name and the value is the field value for all the fields associated with the hit.
Garrett Rooney, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is licensed under the same terms as Perl itself.