Module: ActsAsTaggableOn::Taggable::Core::ClassMethods

Defined in:
lib/acts_as_taggable_on/taggable/core.rb

Instance Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Details

#adjust_taggings_alias(taggings_alias) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/acts_as_taggable_on/taggable/core.rb', line 239

def adjust_taggings_alias(taggings_alias)
  if taggings_alias.size > 75
    taggings_alias = 'taggings_alias_' + Digest::SHA1.hexdigest(taggings_alias)
  end
  taggings_alias
end

#grouped_column_names_for(object) ⇒ Object

all column names are necessary for PostgreSQL group clause



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# File 'lib/acts_as_taggable_on/taggable/core.rb', line 62

def grouped_column_names_for(object)
  object.column_names.map { |column| "#{object.table_name}.#{column}" }.join(', ')
end

#initialize_acts_as_taggable_on_coreObject



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# File 'lib/acts_as_taggable_on/taggable/core.rb', line 15

def initialize_acts_as_taggable_on_core
  include taggable_mixin
  tag_types.map(&:to_s).each do |tags_type|
    tag_type = tags_type.to_s.singularize
    context_taggings = "#{tag_type}_taggings".to_sym
    context_tags = tags_type.to_sym
    taggings_order = (preserve_tag_order? ? "#{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tagging.table_name}.id" : [])

    class_eval do
      # when preserving tag order, include order option so that for a 'tags' context
      # the associations tag_taggings & tags are always returned in created order
      has_many_with_taggable_compatibility context_taggings, as: :taggable,
                                           dependent: :destroy,
                                           class_name: 'ActsAsTaggableOn::Tagging',
                                           order: taggings_order,
                                           conditions: {context: tags_type},
                                           include: :tag

      has_many_with_taggable_compatibility context_tags, through: context_taggings,
                                           source: :tag,
                                           class_name: 'ActsAsTaggableOn::Tag',
                                           order: taggings_order

    end

    taggable_mixin.class_eval <<-RUBY, __FILE__, __LINE__ + 1
      def #{tag_type}_list
        tag_list_on('#{tags_type}')
      end

      def #{tag_type}_list=(new_tags)
        set_tag_list_on('#{tags_type}', new_tags)
      end

      def all_#{tags_type}_list
        all_tags_list_on('#{tags_type}')
      end
    RUBY
  end
end

#is_taggable?Boolean



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# File 'lib/acts_as_taggable_on/taggable/core.rb', line 235

def is_taggable?
  true
end

#taggable_mixinObject



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# File 'lib/acts_as_taggable_on/taggable/core.rb', line 246

def taggable_mixin
  @taggable_mixin ||= Module.new
end

#taggable_on(preserve_tag_order, *tag_types) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/acts_as_taggable_on/taggable/core.rb', line 56

def taggable_on(preserve_tag_order, *tag_types)
  super(preserve_tag_order, *tag_types)
  initialize_acts_as_taggable_on_core
end

#tagged_with(tags, options = {}) ⇒ Object

Return a scope of objects that are tagged with the specified tags.

Example:

User.tagged_with(["awesome", "cool"])                     # Users that are tagged with awesome and cool
User.tagged_with(["awesome", "cool"], :exclude => true)   # Users that are not tagged with awesome or cool
User.tagged_with(["awesome", "cool"], :any => true)       # Users that are tagged with awesome or cool
User.tagged_with(["awesome", "cool"], :any => true, :order_by_matching_tag_count => true)  # Sort by users who match the most tags, descending
User.tagged_with(["awesome", "cool"], :match_all => true) # Users that are tagged with just awesome and cool
User.tagged_with(["awesome", "cool"], :owned_by => foo ) # Users that are tagged with just awesome and cool by 'foo'
User.tagged_with(["awesome", "cool"], :owned_by => foo, :start_at => Date.today ) # Users that are tagged with just awesome, cool by 'foo' and starting today


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# File 'lib/acts_as_taggable_on/taggable/core.rb', line 87

def tagged_with(tags, options = {})
  tag_list = ActsAsTaggableOn.default_parser.new(tags).parse
  options = options.dup
  empty_result = where('1 = 0')

  return empty_result if tag_list.empty?

  joins = []
  conditions = []
  having = []
  select_clause = []
  order_by = []

  context = options.delete(:on)
  owned_by = options.delete(:owned_by)
  alias_base_name = undecorated_table_name.gsub('.', '_')
  # FIXME use ActiveRecord's connection quote_column_name
  quote = ActsAsTaggableOn::Utils.using_postgresql? ? '"' : ''

  if options.delete(:exclude)
    if options.delete(:wild)
      tags_conditions = tag_list.map { |t| sanitize_sql(["#{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tag.table_name}.name #{ActsAsTaggableOn::Utils.like_operator} ? ESCAPE '!'", "%#{ActsAsTaggableOn::Utils.escape_like(t)}%"]) }.join(' OR ')
    else
      tags_conditions = tag_list.map { |t| sanitize_sql(["#{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tag.table_name}.name #{ActsAsTaggableOn::Utils.like_operator} ?", t]) }.join(' OR ')
    end

    conditions << "#{table_name}.#{primary_key} NOT IN (SELECT #{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tagging.table_name}.taggable_id FROM #{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tagging.table_name} JOIN #{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tag.table_name} ON #{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tagging.table_name}.tag_id = #{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tag.table_name}.#{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tag.primary_key} AND (#{tags_conditions}) WHERE #{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tagging.table_name}.taggable_type = #{quote_value(base_class.name, nil)})"

    if owned_by
      joins <<  "JOIN #{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tagging.table_name}" +
                "  ON #{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tagging.table_name}.taggable_id = #{quote}#{table_name}#{quote}.#{primary_key}" +
                " AND #{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tagging.table_name}.taggable_type = #{quote_value(base_class.name, nil)}" +
                " AND #{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tagging.table_name}.tagger_id = #{quote_value(owned_by.id, nil)}" +
                " AND #{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tagging.table_name}.tagger_type = #{quote_value(owned_by.class.base_class.to_s, nil)}"

      joins << " AND " + sanitize_sql(["#{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tagging.table_name}.created_at >= ?", options.delete(:start_at)]) if options[:start_at]
      joins << " AND " + sanitize_sql(["#{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tagging.table_name}.created_at <= ?", options.delete(:end_at)])   if options[:end_at]
    end

  elsif any = options.delete(:any)
    # get tags, drop out if nothing returned (we need at least one)
    tags = if options.delete(:wild)
             ActsAsTaggableOn::Tag.named_like_any(tag_list)
           else
             ActsAsTaggableOn::Tag.named_any(tag_list)
           end

    return empty_result if tags.length == 0

    # setup taggings alias so we can chain, ex: items_locations_taggings_awesome_cool_123
    # avoid ambiguous column name
    taggings_context = context ? "_#{context}" : ''

    taggings_alias = adjust_taggings_alias(
        "#{alias_base_name[0..4]}#{taggings_context[0..6]}_taggings_#{ActsAsTaggableOn::Utils.sha_prefix(tags.map(&:name).join('_'))}"
    )

    tagging_cond = "#{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tagging.table_name} #{taggings_alias}" +
                    " WHERE #{taggings_alias}.taggable_id = #{quote}#{table_name}#{quote}.#{primary_key}" +
                    " AND #{taggings_alias}.taggable_type = #{quote_value(base_class.name, nil)}"

    tagging_cond << " AND " + sanitize_sql(["#{taggings_alias}.created_at >= ?", options.delete(:start_at)]) if options[:start_at]
    tagging_cond << " AND " + sanitize_sql(["#{taggings_alias}.created_at <= ?", options.delete(:end_at)])   if options[:end_at]

    tagging_cond << " AND " + sanitize_sql(["#{taggings_alias}.context = ?", context.to_s]) if context

    # don't need to sanitize sql, map all ids and join with OR logic
    tag_ids = tags.map { |t| quote_value(t.id, nil) }.join(', ')
    tagging_cond << " AND #{taggings_alias}.tag_id in (#{tag_ids})"
    select_clause << " #{table_name}.*" unless context and tag_types.one?

    if owned_by
      tagging_cond << ' AND ' +
          sanitize_sql([
                           "#{taggings_alias}.tagger_id = ? AND #{taggings_alias}.tagger_type = ?",
                           owned_by.id,
                           owned_by.class.base_class.to_s
                       ])
    end

    conditions << "EXISTS (SELECT 1 FROM #{tagging_cond})"
    if options.delete(:order_by_matching_tag_count)
      order_by << "(SELECT count(*) FROM #{tagging_cond}) desc"
    end
  else
    tags = ActsAsTaggableOn::Tag.named_any(tag_list)

    return empty_result unless tags.length == tag_list.length

    tags.each do |tag|
      taggings_alias = adjust_taggings_alias("#{alias_base_name[0..11]}_taggings_#{ActsAsTaggableOn::Utils.sha_prefix(tag.name)}")
      tagging_join = "JOIN #{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tagging.table_name} #{taggings_alias}" \
          "  ON #{taggings_alias}.taggable_id = #{quote}#{table_name}#{quote}.#{primary_key}" +
          " AND #{taggings_alias}.taggable_type = #{quote_value(base_class.name, nil)}" +
          " AND #{taggings_alias}.tag_id = #{quote_value(tag.id, nil)}"

      tagging_join << " AND " + sanitize_sql(["#{taggings_alias}.created_at >= ?", options.delete(:start_at)]) if options[:start_at]
      tagging_join << " AND " + sanitize_sql(["#{taggings_alias}.created_at <= ?", options.delete(:end_at)])   if options[:end_at]

      tagging_join << " AND " + sanitize_sql(["#{taggings_alias}.context = ?", context.to_s]) if context

      if owned_by
        tagging_join << ' AND ' +
            sanitize_sql([
                             "#{taggings_alias}.tagger_id = ? AND #{taggings_alias}.tagger_type = ?",
                             owned_by.id,
                             owned_by.class.base_class.to_s
                         ])
      end

      joins << tagging_join
    end
  end

  group ||= [] # Rails interprets this as a no-op in the group() call below
  if options.delete(:order_by_matching_tag_count)
    select_clause << "#{table_name}.*, COUNT(#{taggings_alias}.tag_id) AS #{taggings_alias}_count"
    group_columns = ActsAsTaggableOn::Utils.using_postgresql? ? grouped_column_names_for(self) : "#{table_name}.#{primary_key}"
    group = group_columns
    order_by << "#{taggings_alias}_count DESC"

  elsif options.delete(:match_all)
    taggings_alias, _ = adjust_taggings_alias("#{alias_base_name}_taggings_group"), "#{alias_base_name}_tags_group"
    joins << "LEFT OUTER JOIN #{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tagging.table_name} #{taggings_alias}" \
        "  ON #{taggings_alias}.taggable_id = #{quote}#{table_name}#{quote}.#{primary_key}" \
        " AND #{taggings_alias}.taggable_type = #{quote_value(base_class.name, nil)}"

    joins << " AND " + sanitize_sql(["#{taggings_alias}.context = ?", context.to_s]) if context
    joins << " AND " + sanitize_sql(["#{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tagging.table_name}.created_at >= ?", options.delete(:start_at)]) if options[:start_at]
    joins << " AND " + sanitize_sql(["#{ActsAsTaggableOn::Tagging.table_name}.created_at <= ?", options.delete(:end_at)])   if options[:end_at]

    group_columns = ActsAsTaggableOn::Utils.using_postgresql? ? grouped_column_names_for(self) : "#{table_name}.#{primary_key}"
    group = group_columns
    having = "COUNT(#{taggings_alias}.taggable_id) = #{tags.size}"
  end

  order_by << options[:order] if options[:order].present?

  query = self
  query = self.select(select_clause.join(',')) unless select_clause.empty?
  query.joins(joins.join(' '))
    .where(conditions.join(' AND '))
    .group(group)
    .having(having)
    .order(order_by.join(', '))
    .readonly(false)
end