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KinoSearch::Index::Snapshot - Point-in-time index file list.
my $snapshot = KinoSearch::Index::Snapshot->new; $snapshot->read_file( folder => $folder ); # load most recent snapshot my $files = $snapshot->list; print "$_\n" for @$files;
A Snapshot is list of index files. Because index files, once written, are never modified, the list of files in a Snapshot defines a point-in-time view of the data in an index.
IndexReader objects interpret the data associated with a single Snapshot.
my $snapshot = KinoSearch::Index::Snapshot->new;
Constructor. Takes no arguments.
Return a list of all entries.
Return the number of entries (including directories).
Add a filepath to the snapshot.
Delete a filepath from the snapshot.
Returns: true if the entry existed and was successfully deleted, false otherwise.
Decode a snapshot file and initialize the object to reflect its contents.
folder - A Folder.
filename - The name of the snapshot file. If not supplied, the most recent snapshot file will be chosen.
Returns: the object, allowing an assignment idiom.
Write a snapshot file. The caller must lock the index while this operation takes place, and the operation will fail if the file already exists.
folder - A Folder.
filename - The name of the file to write to. If undef, a name will be chosen which supersedes the latest snapshot file in the index folder.
The name of the file that the Snapshot serves as a proxy for. Initially undef; updated by read_file() and write_file().
KinoSearch::Index::Snapshot isa KinoSearch::Obj.
Copyright 2005-2009 Marvin Humphrey
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.