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SVN::Delta - Subversion delta functions
# driving an editor
my $editor = SVN::Delta::Editor->
'/', 'root', 'FOO', \&committed));
my $rootbaton = $editor->open_root(0);
my $fbaton = $editor->add_file ('filea', $rootbaton,
my $ret = $editor->apply_textdelta ($fbaton, undef);
SVN::TxDelta::send_string("FILEA CONTENT", @$ret);
# implement an editor in perl
SVN::Repos::dir_delta($root1, $path, undef,
1, 1, 0, 1
SVN::Delta wraps delta related function in subversion. The most
important one is SVN::Delta::Editor, the interface for describing tree
deltas. by default SVN::Delta::Editor relays method calls to its
internal member "_editor", which could either be an editor in C (such
as the one you get from get_commit_editor), or another
If you want to drive a native editor (such as commit_editor obtained
by SVN::Repos::get_commit_editor), create a SVN::Delta::Editor object
with the native editor/baton pair. The object will then be ready to
use and its method calls will be relayed to the native editor.
If you want to implement an editor, subclass SVN::Delta::Editor and
implement the editors callbacks. see the METHODS section below.
CONSTRUCTOR - new (...)
- new ($editor, $editor_baton)
Link to the native editor
You can also pass a hash array to new:
Turn on debug.
An arrayref of the editor/baton pair or another SVN::Delta::Editor
object to link with.
Please consult the svn_delta.h section in the Subversion API. Member
functions of svn_delta_editor_t could be called as methods of
SVN::Delta::Editor objects, with the edit_baton omitted. The pool is
If you are subclassing, the methods take exactly the same arguments as
the member functions (note that void ** are returned data though as
throughout the perl bindings), with the edit_baton omitted.
Functions returning editor/baton pair should really be typemapped to a
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- Driving Editors
- Implementing Editors
- CONSTRUCTOR - new (...)
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