Dpkg::Changelog::Entry − represents a changelog entry
This class represents a changelog entry. It is composed of a set of lines with specific purpose: an header line, changes lines, a trailer line. Blank lines can be between those kind of lines.
$entry = Dpkg::Changelog::Entry−>new()
Creates a new object. It doesn’t represent a real changelog entry until one has been successfully parsed or built from scratch.
Get a string representation of the changelog entry.
Print the string representation of the changelog entry to a filehandle.
Return either a string (for a single line) or an array ref (for multiple lines) corresponding to the requested part. $part can be "header, "changes", "trailer", "blank_after_header", "blank_after_changes", "blank_after_trailer".
Set the value of the corresponding part. $value can be a string or an array ref.
Concatenate $value at the end of the part. If the part is already a multi-line value, $value is added as a new line otherwise it’s concatenated at the end of the current line.
$is_empty = $entry−>is_empty()
Returns 1 if the changelog entry doesn’t contain anything at all. Returns 0 as soon as it contains something in any of its non-blank parts.
Normalize the content. Strip whitespaces at end of lines, use a single empty line to separate each part.
$src = $entry−>get_source()
Return the name of the source package associated to the changelog entry.
$ver = $entry−>get_version()
Return the version associated to the changelog entry.
@dists = $entry−>get_distributions()
Return a list of target distributions for this version.
$fields = $entry−>get_optional_fields()
Return a set of optional fields exposed by the changelog entry. It always returns a Dpkg::Control object (possibly empty though).
$urgency = $entry−>get_urgency()
Return the urgency of the associated upload.
$maint = $entry−>get_maintainer()
Return the string identifying the person who signed this changelog entry.
$time = $entry−>get_timestamp()
Return the timestamp of the changelog entry.
$time = $entry−>get_timepiece()
Return the timestamp of the changelog entry as a Time::Piece object.
This function might return undef if there was no timestamp.
$str = $entry−>get_dpkg_changes()
Returns a string that is suitable for usage in a "Changes" field in the output format of "dpkg−parsechangelog".
New method: $entry−>get_timepiece().
Mark the module as public.