- search ( can => 'all', q = 'foo', sort => '-modified', limit => 1000, load_after_search => 1 )
do the search, the results is set to $self->results,
which is an arrayref with Net::Google::Code::Issue as element.
If a ``sort'' argument is specified, that will be passed to google code's issue list. Generally, these are composed of ``+'' or ``-'' followed by a column name.
limit => Num is to limit the results number.
load_after_search => Bool is to state if we should call $issue->load after search
return true if search is successful, false on the other hand.
- updated_after( date_string || DateTime object )
find all the issues that have been updated or created after the date.
the issues are all loaded.
return true if success, false on the other hand
- this should be called after a successful search. returns issues as a arrayref.
AUTHORsunnavy "<[email protected]>"
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