- See Also
App::Sqitch::Command::check - Runs various checks and prints a report
my $cmd = App::Sqitch::Command::check->new(%params); $cmd->execute;
If you want to know how to use the
check command, you probably want to be reading
sqitch-check. But if you really want to know how the
check command works, read on.
The name or URI of the database target as specified by the
An App::Sqitch::Target object from which to perform the checks. Must be instantiated by
Executes the check command. The current state of the target database will be compared to the plan in order to show where things stand.
Documentation for the
checkcommand to the Sqitch command-line client.
The Sqitch command-line client.
David E. Wheeler <firstname.lastname@example.org> Matthieu Foucault <email@example.com>
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