- See Also
App::Sqitch::Command::log - Show a database event log
my $cmd = App::Sqitch::Command::log->new(%params); $cmd->execute;
If you want to know how to use the
log command, you probably want to be reading
sqitch-log. But if you really want to know how the
log command works, read on.
Regular expression to match against change names.
Regular expression to match against committer names.
Regular expression to match against project names.
Event type buy which to filter entries to display.
Display format template.
Maximum number of entries to display.
Reverse the usual order of the display of entries.
Number of entries to skip before displaying entries.
The database target from which to read the log.
Executes the log command. The current log for the target database will be searched and the resulting change history displayed.
Documentation for the
logcommand to the Sqitch command-line client.
The Sqitch command-line client.
David E. Wheeler <email@example.com>
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