- See Also
App::Sqitch::Command::show - Show Sqitch changes to a database
my $cmd = App::Sqitch::Command::show->new(%params); $cmd->execute($type, $name);
Shows the content of a Sqitch object.
If you want to know how to use the
show command, you probably want to be reading
sqitch-show. But if you really want to know how the
show command works, read on.
my @opts = App::Sqitch::Command::show->options;
Returns a list of Getopt::Long option specifications for the command-line options for the
Boolean indicating whether or not to suppress output and instead exit with zero status if object exists and is a valid object.
Executes the show command.
Documentation for the
showcommand to the Sqitch command-line client.
The Sqitch command-line client.
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