Module: YARD::Registry

Extended by:
Enumerable
Defined in:
lib/yard/registry.rb

Overview

The Registry is the centralized data store for all CodeObjects created during parsing. The storage is a key value store with the object's path (see CodeObjects::Base#path) as the key and the object itself as the value. Object paths must be unique to be stored in the Registry. All lookups for objects are done on the singleton Registry instance using the Registry.at or Registry.resolve methods.

Saving / Loading a Registry

The registry is saved to a “yardoc file” (actually a directory), which can be loaded back to perform any lookups. See Registry.load! and Registry.save for information on saving and loading of a yardoc file.

Threading Notes

The registry class is a singleton class that is accessed directly in many places across YARD. To mitigate threading issues, YARD (0.6.5+) makes the Registry thread local. This means all access to a registry for a specific object set must occur in the originating thread.

Examples:

Loading a Registry

Registry.load!('/path/to/yardocfile') # loads all objects into memory
Registry.at('YARD::CodeObjects::Base').docstring
# => "+Base+ is the superclass of all code objects ..."

Performing a Search on a Registry

Registry.resolve(P('YARD::CodeObjects::Base'), '#docstring')
# => <

Constant Summary

DEFAULT_YARDOC_FILE =
".yardoc"
LOCAL_YARDOC_INDEX =
File.expand_path('~/.yard/gem_index')

Getting .yardoc File Locations collapse

Managing Internal State (Advanced / Testing Only) collapse

Getting .yardoc File Locations collapse

Loading Data from Disk collapse

Saving and Deleting Data from Disk collapse

Adding and Deleting Objects from the Registry collapse

Accessing Objects in the Registry collapse

Managing Source File Checksums collapse

Legacy Methods collapse

Class Attribute Details

.single_object_dbBoolean?

Note:

Setting this attribute to nil will offload the decision to the storage adapter.

Whether or not the Registry storage should load everything into a single object database (for disk efficiency), or spread them out (for load time efficiency).



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def single_object_db
  @single_object_db
end

.yardoc_fileString

Gets/sets the yardoc filename



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# File 'lib/yard/registry.rb', line 72

def yardoc_file
  @yardoc_file
end

Class Method Details

.all(*types) ⇒ Array<CodeObjects::Base>

Returns all objects in the registry that match one of the types provided in the types list (if types is provided).

Examples:

Returns all objects

Registry.all

Returns all classes and modules

Registry.all(:class, :module)

See Also:



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# File 'lib/yard/registry.rb', line 209

def all(*types)
  thread_local_store.values.select do |obj|
    if types.empty?
      obj != root
    else
      obj != root &&
        types.any? do |type|
          type.is_a?(Symbol) ? obj.type == type : obj.is_a?(type)
        end
    end
  end + (types.include?(:root) ? [root] : [])
end

.at(path) ⇒ CodeObjects::Base? Also known as: []

Returns the object at a specific path.



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def at(path) path ? thread_local_store[path] : nil end

.checksum_for(data) ⇒ String



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def checksum_for(data)
  Digest::SHA1.hexdigest(data)
end

.checksumsHash{String => String}



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def checksums
  thread_local_store.checksums
end

.clearvoid

This method returns an undefined value.

Clears the registry



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# File 'lib/yard/registry.rb', line 186

def clear
  self.thread_local_store = RegistryStore.new
end

.delete(object) ⇒ void

This method returns an undefined value.

Deletes an object from the registry



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# File 'lib/yard/registry.rb', line 180

def delete(object)
  thread_local_store.delete(object.path)
end

.delete_from_diskvoid

This method returns an undefined value.

Deletes the yardoc file from disk



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# File 'lib/yard/registry.rb', line 162

def delete_from_disk
  thread_local_store.destroy
end

.each(&block) ⇒ Object

Iterates over all with no arguments



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def each(&block)
  all.each(&block)
end

.instanceRegistry

Deprecated.

use Registry.methodname directly.

The registry singleton instance.



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def instance; self end

.load(files = [], reparse = false) ⇒ Registry

Loads the registry and/or parses a list of files

Examples:

Loads the yardoc file or parses files 'a', 'b' and 'c' (but not both)

Registry.load(['a', 'b', 'c'])

Reparses files 'a' and 'b' regardless of whether yardoc file exists

Registry.load(['a', 'b'], true)

Raises:

  • (ArgumentError)

    if files is not a String or Array



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# File 'lib/yard/registry.rb', line 95

def load(files = [], reparse = false)
  if files.is_a?(Array)
    if File.exists?(yardoc_file) && !reparse
      load_yardoc
    else
      size = thread_local_store.keys.size
      YARD.parse(files)
      save if thread_local_store.keys.size > size
    end
  elsif files.is_a?(String)
    load_yardoc(files)
  else
    raise ArgumentError, "Must take a list of files to parse or the .yardoc file to load."
  end
  self
end

.load!(file = yardoc_file) ⇒ Registry

Loads a yardoc file and forces all objects cached on disk into memory. Equivalent to calling load_yardoc followed by load_all

See Also:

  • #load_yardoc
  • #load_all

Since:

  • 0.5.1



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# File 'lib/yard/registry.rb', line 130

def load!(file = yardoc_file)
  clear
  thread_local_store.load!(file)
  self
end

.load_allRegistry

Forces all objects cached on disk into memory

Examples:

Loads all objects from disk

Registry.load
Registry.all.count #=> 0
Registry.load_all
Registry.all.count #=> 17

Since:

  • 0.5.1



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# File 'lib/yard/registry.rb', line 145

def load_all
  thread_local_store.load_all
  self
end

.load_yardoc(file = yardoc_file) ⇒ Registry

Loads a yardoc file directly



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# File 'lib/yard/registry.rb', line 116

def load_yardoc(file = yardoc_file)
  clear
  thread_local_store.load(file)
  self
end

.paths(reload = false) ⇒ Array<String>

Returns the paths of all of the objects in the registry.



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# File 'lib/yard/registry.rb', line 225

def paths(reload = false)
  thread_local_store.keys(reload).map {|k| k.to_s }
end

.register(object) ⇒ CodeObjects::Base

Registers a new object with the registry



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# File 'lib/yard/registry.rb', line 172

def register(object)
  return if object.is_a?(CodeObjects::Proxy)
  thread_local_store[object.path] = object
end

.resolve(namespace, name, inheritance = false, proxy_fallback = false) ⇒ CodeObjects::Base, ...

Attempts to find an object by name starting at namespace, performing a lookup similar to Ruby's method of resolving a constant in a namespace.

Examples:

Looks for instance method #reverse starting from A::B::C

Registry.resolve(P("A::B::C"), "#reverse")

Looks for a constant in the root namespace

Registry.resolve(nil, 'CONSTANT')

Looks for a class method respecting the inheritance tree

Registry.resolve(myclass, 'mymethod', true)

Looks for a constant but returns a proxy if not found

Registry.resolve(P('A::B::C'), 'D', false, true) # => #<yardoc proxy A::B::C::D>

Looks for a complex path from a namespace

Registry.resolve(P('A::B'), 'B::D') # => #<yardoc class A::B::D>

See Also:



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# File 'lib/yard/registry.rb', line 267

def resolve(namespace, name, inheritance = false, proxy_fallback = false)
  if namespace.is_a?(CodeObjects::Proxy)
    return proxy_fallback ? CodeObjects::Proxy.new(namespace, name) : nil
  end

  if namespace == :root || !namespace
    namespace = root
  else
    namespace = namespace.parent until namespace.is_a?(CodeObjects::NamespaceObject)
  end
  orignamespace = namespace

  name = name.to_s
  if name =~ /^#{CodeObjects::NSEPQ}/
    [name, name[2..-1]].each do |n|
      return at(n) if at(n)
    end
  else
    while namespace
      if namespace.is_a?(CodeObjects::NamespaceObject)
        nss = inheritance ? namespace.inheritance_tree(true) : [namespace]
        nss.each do |ns|
          next if ns.is_a?(CodeObjects::Proxy)
          found = partial_resolve(ns, name)
          return found if found
        end
      end
      namespace = namespace.parent
    end
  end
  proxy_fallback ? CodeObjects::Proxy.new(orignamespace, name) : nil
end

.rootCodeObjects::RootObject

The root namespace object.



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def root; thread_local_store[:root] end

.save(merge = false, file = yardoc_file) ⇒ Boolean

Saves the registry to file



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# File 'lib/yard/registry.rb', line 156

def save(merge = false, file = yardoc_file)
  thread_local_store.save(merge, file)
end

.yardoc_file_for_gem(gem, ver_require = ">= 0", for_writing = false) ⇒ String?

Returns the .yardoc file associated with a gem.



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# File 'lib/yard/registry.rb', line 50

def yardoc_file_for_gem(gem, ver_require = ">= 0", for_writing = false)
  spec = Gem.source_index.find_name(gem, ver_require)
  return if spec.empty?
  spec = spec.first

  if gem =~ /^yard-doc-/
    path = File.join(spec.full_gem_path, DEFAULT_YARDOC_FILE)
    return File.exist?(path) && !for_writing ? path : nil
  end

  if for_writing
    global_yardoc_file(spec, for_writing) ||
      local_yardoc_file(spec, for_writing)
  else
    local_yardoc_file(spec, for_writing) ||
      global_yardoc_file(spec, for_writing)
  end
end