Dpkg::Changelog::Entry man page
Dpkg::Changelog::Entry — represents a changelog entry
This object 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.
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.
$partcan be “header, ”changes“, ”trailer“, ”blank_after_header“, ”blank_after_changes“, ”blank_after_trailer".
Set the value of the corresponding part.
$valuecan be a string or an array ref.
$valueat the end of the part. If the part is already a multi-line value,
$valueis added as a new line otherwise it's concatenated at the end of the current line.
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.
Return the name of the source package associated to the changelog entry.
Return the version associated to the changelog entry.
Return a list of target distributions for this version.
Return a set of optional fields exposed by the changelog entry. It always returns a Dpkg::Control object (possibly empty though).
Return the urgency of the associated upload.
Return the string identifying the person who signed this changelog entry.
Return the timestamp of the changelog entry.
Return the timestamp of the changelog entry as a Time::Piece object.
This function might return undef if there was no timestamp.
Returns a string that is suitable for usage in a
Changesfield in the output format of
Version 1.01 (dpkg 1.18.8)
Version 1.00 (dpkg 1.15.6)
Mark the module as public.