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Shell::EnvImporter::Result
Results of a Shell::EnvImporter run

Shell::EnvImporter::Result - Results of a Shell::EnvImporter run


SYNOPSIS


  use Shell::EnvImporter;

  my $sourcer = Shell::EnvImporter->new(

                  command  => $command,

                ) or die "$@";

  my $result = $sourcer->result;

  if ($result->succeeded()) {

    print "Variables imported:  ", join(", ", $result->imported), "\n";

  } else {

    print "Command failed! with ", $result->command_status, " status\n";

    print "STDERR:  ", $result->stderr, "\n";

  }


DESCRIPTION

Shell::EnvImporter allows you to import environment variable changes exported by an external script or command into the current environment. The Shell::EnvImporter::Shell object provides more control over interaction with the shell.


METHODS

failed()
Summary status. Returns true if any of the shell status, user command status, or 'env' command status are nonzero, and returns false otherwise.

succeeded()
Summary status. Returns true if the shell status, user command status, and 'env' command status are all zero, and returns false otherwise.


DATA MEMBERS

shell_status()
Status of the shell - zero if the shell was successfully spawned, nonzero otherwise.

shell_output()
Output produced by the shell when spawning (e.g. output from startup scripts).

command_status()
Status of the user command.

command_output()
Output produced by the user command.

env_status()
Status of the 'env' command.

stderr()
Standard error output produced by the shell, the user command, and/or the 'env' command.

imported()
List of variables imported by the shell.


AUTHOR

David Faraldo, <dfaraldo@cpan.org>


COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE


  Copyright (C) 2005-2006 by Dave Faraldo

  This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it

  under the same terms as Perl itself.  No warranty is expressed or implied.
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