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CPAN::Changes::Group - A group of related change information within a release
my $rel = CPAN::Changes::Release->new( version => '0.01', date => '2009-07-06', ); my $grp = CPAN::Changes::Group->new( name => 'BugFixes', ); $grp->add_changes( 'Return a Foo object instead of a Bar object in foobar()' ); $rel->attach_group( $grp ); # clobbers existing group if present.
A release is made up of several groups. This object provides access to all of the key data that embodies a such a group.
0.27 2013-12-13 - Foo [ Spec Changes ] - Bar
Here, there are two groups, the second one,
Spec Changes and the first with the empty label
new( %args )
Creates a new group object, using
%args as the default data.
Group->new( name => 'Some Group Name', changes => [ ], );
Returns the name of the group itself.
changes( [ $group ] )
Gets the list of changes for this group as an arrayref of changes.
add_changes( @changes )
Appends a list of changes to the group.
$group->add_changes( 'Added foo() function' );
set_changes( @changes )
Replaces the existing list of changes with the supplied values.
Clears all changes from the group.
groups( sort => \&sorting_function )
Returns a list of current groups in this release.
Returns whether or not the given group has changes.
Returns the group data as a string, suitable for inclusion in a Changes file.
Brian Cassidy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright 2011-2013 by Brian Cassidy
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.