Git::DescribeVersion::App - Run Git::DescribeVersion as one-line script
Print out the version from Git::DescribeVersion in one line:
perl -MGit::DescribeVersion::App -e run
Options can be passed as program arguments (
perl -MGit::DescribeVersion::App -e run --match-pattern "rev-*"
@ARGV form allows arguments to be spelled with dashes instead of underscores.
Options can also be passed in a hash or hashref just like "new" in Git::DescribeVersion:
perl -MGit::DescribeVersion::App -e 'run(match_pattern => "rev-*")'
Or can be environment variables spelled like GIT_DV_OPTION:
export GIT_DV_MATCH_PATTERN="rev-*" perl -MGit::DescribeVersion::App -e run
This (hopefully) makes it easy for you to write the alias, function, Makefile or script that does exactly what you want.
If not, feel free to send me suggestions (or patches) that you think would make it simpler or more powerful.
Convenience method for writing one-liners.
Exported to main package.
Accepts arguments in a hash or hashref which are passed to the constructor.
Also looks for arguments in %ENV and @ARGV.
Randy Stauner <email@example.com>
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
This software is copyright (c) 2010 by Randy Stauner.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.