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Module Version: 0.09992   Source   Latest Release: Pinto-0.09996

NAME ^

App::Pinto::Command::diff - show difference between two stacks

VERSION ^

version 0.09992

SYNOPSIS ^

  pinto --root=REPOSITORY_ROOT diff [OPTIONS] LEFT [RIGHT]

DESCRIPTION ^

!! THIS COMMAND IS EXPERIMENTAL !!

This command shows the difference between two stacks or revisions, presented in a format similar to diff[1].

COMMAND ARGUMENTS ^

Command arguments are the names of the stacks or revision IDs to compare. If you specify a stack name, the head revision of that stack will be used. If you only specify one argument, then it is assumed to be the RIGHT and the head revision of the default stack will be used as the LEFT. Revision IDs can be truncated to uniqueness.

COMMAND OPTIONS ^

--diff-style=STYLE

Controls the style of the diff reports. STYLE must be either concise or detailed. Concise reports show only one record for each distribution added or deleted. Detailed reports show one record for every package added or deleted.

The default style is concise. However, the default style can changed by setting the PINTO_DIFF_STYLE environment variable to your preferred STYLE. This variable affects the default style for diff reports generated by all other commands too.

EXAMPLES

 pinto diff foo                  # Compare of head of default stack with head of foo stack
 pinto diff foo bar              # Compare heads of both foo and bar stack.
 pinto diff 1ae834f              # Compare head of default stack with revision 1ae834f
 pinto diff foo 1ae834f          # Compare head of foo stack with revision 1ae834f
 pinto diff 663fd2a 1ae834f      # Compare revision 663fd2a with revision 1ae834f

AUTHOR ^

Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer <jeff@stratopan.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

This software is copyright (c) 2014 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.

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