App::Pinto::Command::pin - force a package to stay in a stack
pinto --root=REPOSITORY_ROOT pin [OPTIONS] TARGET ...
This command pins a package so that it cannot be changed even if a different version is added or pulled to the stack The pin is local to the stack and does not affect any other stacks.
When pinning, all its sister packages in that distribution also become pinned. Pinned packages also cannot be unregistered from the stack or deleted from the repository without the
Arguments are the targets you wish to unpin. Targets can be specified as packages or distributions, such as:
Some::Package Some::Other::Package AUTHOR/Some-Dist-1.2.tar.gz AUTHOR/Some-Other-Dist-1.3.zip
You can also pipe arguments to this command over STDIN. In that case, blank lines and lines that look like comments (i.e. starting with "#" or ';') will be ignored.
Go through all the motions, but do not actually commit any changes to the repository. Use this option to see how the command would potentially impact the stack.
Use TEXT as the revision history log message. If you do not use the
--message option or the
--use-default-message option, then you will be prompted to enter the message via your text editor. Use the
VISUAL environment variables to control which editor is used. A log message is not required whenever the
--dry-run option is set, or if the action did not yield any changes to the repository.
Pins the package on the stack with the given NAME. Defaults to the name of whichever stack is currently marked as the default stack. Use the stacks command to see the stacks in the repository.
Use the default value for the revision history log message. Pinto will generate a semi-informative log message just based on the command and its arguments. If you set an explicit message with
--use-default-message option will be silently ignored.
Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer <email@example.com>
This software is copyright (c) 2013 by Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.