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BuzzSaw::Cmd::Report - BuzzSaw report generator
This documentation refers to BuzzSaw::Cmd::Report version 0.12.0
This module is not designed to be used directly. It is used by App::BuzzSaw to provide a
buzzsawcommand-line application. The command-line application works like:
% buzzsaw report [--configfile buzzsaw_report.yaml]
This module extends the BuzzSaw::Cmd class to provide a command-line application which can be used to generate reports on collected events. This module provides a light-weight wrapper around the BuzzSaw:Reporter module which is what does the actual data processing.
The BuzzSaw project provides a suite of tools for processing log file entries. Entries in files are parsed and filtered into a set of events of interest which are stored in a database. A report generation framework is also available which makes it easy to generate regular reports regarding the events discovered.
This module has one attribute which is accessible as a command-line option.
This is a string which specifies the name of the configuration file to use when loading the BuzzSaw::Reporter object. The default file is
/etc/buzzsaw/reporter.yaml, you only need to specify this option if you want to use an alternative file.
This method may be used to return a short string which describes the purpose of the application. The abstract is used when auto-generating help messages.
This method loads the new BuzzSaw::Reporter object using the
new_with_configmethod. It provides the ability to override the values of the attributes which are accessible as command-line options. It then calls the
generate_reportsmethod which does the real work.
This is the list of platforms on which we have tested this software. We expect this software to work on any Unix-like platform which is supported by Perl.
Please report any bugs or problems (or praise!) to email@example.com, feedback and patches are also always very welcome.
Stephen Quinney <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright (C) 2012 University of Edinburgh. All rights reserved.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GPL, version 2 or later.