Lintian::Profile (3) - Linux Man Pages
Lintian::Profile: Profile parser for Lintian
Lintian::Profile - Profile parser for Lintian
my $profile = Lintian::Profile->new ('debian');
DESCRIPTIONLintian::Profile handles finding, parsing and implementation of Lintian Profiles as well as loading the relevant Lintian checks.
- Returns a hash with old names that have new names.
Returns a list ref of the (normalized) names of the profile and its
parents. The last element of the list is the name of the profile
itself, the second last is its parent and so on.
Note: This list reference and its contents should not be modified.
- Returns the name of the profile, which may differ from the name used to create this instance of the profile (e.g. due to symlinks).
- load ([$profname[, $ipath[, $extra]]])
Loads a new profile. $profname is the name of the profile and $ipath
is a list reference containing the path to one (or more) Lintian
If $profname is "undef", the default vendor will be loaded based on Dpkg::Vendor::get_current_vendor.
If $ipath is not given, a default one will be used.
- $prof->get_taginfo ($name)
- Returns the Lintian::Tag::Info for $tag if known. Otherwise it returns undef.
- $prof->is_overridable ($tag)
- Returns a false value if the tag has been marked as ``non-overridable''. Otherwise it returns a truth value.
- $prof->get_checkinfo ($name)
- Returns the Lintian::Check::Info for $name. Otherwise it returns undef.
- $prof->enable_tag ($name)
- Enables a tag.
- $prof->disable_tag ($name)
- Disable a tag.
- $prof->include_path ([$path])
Returns an array of paths to the (partial) Lintian roots, which are
used by this profile. The paths are ordered from ``highest'' to
``lowest'' priority (i.e. items in the earlier paths should shadow those
in later ones).
If $path is given, the array will contain the paths to the path in these roots denoted by $path.
Paths returned are not guaranteed to exists.
- display(OPERATION, RELATION, SEVERITY)
Configure which tags are displayed by severity. OPERATION
is "+" to display the indicated tags, "-" to not display the indicated
tags, or "=" to not display any tags except the indicated ones. RELATION
is one of "<", "<=", "=", ">=", or ">". The
OPERATION will be applied to all values of severity that
match the given RELATION on the SEVERITY argument. If
either of those arguments are undefined, the action applies to any value
for that variable. For example:
$tags->display('=', '>=', 'error');
turns off display of all tags and then enables display of any tag of severity error or higher.
$tags->display('+', '>', 'warning');
adds to the current configuration display of all tags with a severity higher than warning.
$tags->display('-', '=', 'info');
turns off display of tags of severity info.
This method throws an exception on errors, such as an unknown severity or an impossible constraint (like "> serious").
AUTHOROriginally written by Niels Thykier <niels [at] thykier.net> for Lintian.