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Git::Blame cpan:JMERELO last updated on 2019-05-03

Git-Blame-0.0.1/

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NAME

Git::Blame - Examine who's worked on a file

SYNOPSIS

use Git::Blame;

my $blamer = Git::Blame.new( "t/01-basic.t" );
say "Lines ",  $git-blame.lines();
say "Chunks ", $git-blame.chunks();
for $git-blame.SHAs.keys -> $k {
    say $git-blame.SHAs{$k}<email>, " → ",  $git-blame.SHAs{$k}<range>;
}

DESCRIPTION

Git::Blame is a module that uses git blame to extract information from a single file in a repository and process it in a number of ways. It's mainly geared to tally contributions via lines changed, but it can also be modified and used to do some repository mining.

It works, for the time being, with single files.

METHODS

lines()

Returns an Array with all the lines in the file

chunks()

Returns an array of hashes, every one of them with a chunk with range, author email and sha1 of the commit involved.

SHAs()

Returns a hash that uses as keys the sha1 of the commit, and as values arrays of all chunks changed in that commit

author-lines()

Returns a hash that uses the author emails as keys and the number of lines done in the current version as value.

AUTHOR

JJ Merelo [email protected]

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright 2019 JJ Merelo

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the Artistic License 2.0.