[p4] How to use Perforce P4/PERL API to get filelog info?
SGross at sjm.com
Tue Jan 26 12:12:45 PST 2010
Perldoc is one thing; but the online documentation really should clarify that the Integrations() function is indeed available.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Foglesong [mailto:defoglesong at msn.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 26, 2010 2:12 PM
> To: Gross, Steve; jeff.n.grills at disney.com; perforce-user at perforce.com
> Subject: RE: [p4] How to use Perforce P4/PERL API to get filelog info?
> "perldoc P4" on my system (built for 2008.2) contains a pretty clear
> example of using RunFilelog that shows the presence of the
> Integrations() method:
> RunFilelog( $args ... )
> Runs a "p4 filelog" with the supplied arguments, and returns
> results as an array of P4::DepotFile objects. Tagged output
> for "p4
> filelog" is not easy to read, nor is it easy to handle
> cally, so this wrapper converts it into an array of objects
> to make
> it easier to work with. For example:
> foreach $file ( $p4->RunFilelog( "//depot/path/..." ) )
> printf( "%s\n", $file->DepotFile() );
> foreach $rev ( $file->Revisions() )
> printf( "... #%d %s by %s@%s %s\n",
> $rev->Desc() );
> foreach $integ ( $rev->Integrations() )
> printf( "... ... %s %s#%d,%d\n",
> $integ->SRev() + 1,
> "perldoc P4::DepotFile" and "perldoc P4::Integration" and "perldoc
> P4::Revision" will give you more details about those objects and the
> methods they support.
> Incidentally, an easy way to look at a data structure is to use the
> Data::Dumper module. e.g.,
> use Data::Dumper;
> # ... do P4 operations here to get your list of stuff ...
> print Dumper @ListOfStuff;
> David Foglesong
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