Class: MetricFu::Configuration

Inherits:
Object
  • Object
show all
Defined in:
lib/base/configuration.rb

Overview

Configuration

The Configuration class, as it sounds, provides methods for configuring the behaviour of MetricFu.

Customization for Rails

The Configuration class checks for the presence of a 'config/environment.rb' file. If the file is present, it assumes it is running in a Rails project. If it is, it will:

  • Add 'app' to the @code_dirs directory to include the code in the app directory in the processing

  • Add :stats to the list of metrics to run to get the Rails stats task

Customization for CruiseControl.rb

The Configuration class checks for the presence of a 'CC_BUILD_ARTIFACTS' environment variable. If it's found it will change the default output directory from the default “tmp/metric_fu to the directory represented by 'CC_BUILD_ARTIFACTS'

Deprications

The Configuration class checks for several deprecated constants that were previously used to configure MetricFu. These include CHURN_OPTIONS, DIRECTORIES_TO_FLOG, SAIKURO_OPTIONS, and MetricFu::SAIKURO_OPTIONS.

These have been replaced by config.churn, config.flog and config.saikuro respectively.

Class Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Summary collapse

Constructor Details

#initializeConfiguration

:nodoc:#


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# File 'lib/base/configuration.rb', line 56

def initialize #:nodoc:#
  reset
  add_attr_accessors_to_self
  add_class_methods_to_metric_fu
end

Class Method Details

.run {|MetricFu.configuration| ... } ⇒ Object

This allows us to have a nice syntax like:

MetricFu.run do |config|
  config.base_directory = 'tmp/metric_fu'
end

See the README for more information on configuration options.


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# File 'lib/base/configuration.rb', line 94

def self.run
  yield MetricFu.configuration
end

Instance Method Details

#add_attr_accessors_to_selfObject

Searches through the instance variables of the class and creates an attribute accessor on this instance of the Configuration class for each instance variable.


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# File 'lib/base/configuration.rb', line 80

def add_attr_accessors_to_self
  instance_variables.each do |name|
    method_name = name[1..-1].to_sym
    MetricFu::Configuration.send(:attr_accessor, method_name)
  end
end

#add_class_methods_to_metric_fuObject

Searches through the instance variables of the class and creates a class method on the MetricFu module to read the value of the instance variable from the Configuration class.


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# File 'lib/base/configuration.rb', line 65

def add_class_methods_to_metric_fu
  instance_variables.each do |name|
    method_name = name[1..-1].to_sym
    method = <<-EOF
              def self.#{method_name}
                configuration.send(:#{method_name})
              end
    EOF
    MetricFu.module_eval(method)
  end
end

#is_cruise_control_rb?Boolean

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/base/configuration.rb', line 184

def is_cruise_control_rb?
  !!ENV['CC_BUILD_ARTIFACTS']
end

#platformObject

:nodoc:


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# File 'lib/base/configuration.rb', line 180

def platform #:nodoc:
  return RUBY_PLATFORM
end

#rails?Boolean

TODO:

This should probably be made a bit more robust.

Perform a simple check to try and guess if we're running against a rails app.

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/base/configuration.rb', line 149

def rails?
  @rails = File.exist?("config/environment.rb")
end

#resetObject

This does the real work of the Configuration class, by setting up a bunch of instance variables to represent the configuration of the MetricFu app.


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# File 'lib/base/configuration.rb', line 101

def reset
  @base_directory = ENV['CC_BUILD_ARTIFACTS'] || 'tmp/metric_fu'
  @scratch_directory = File.join(@base_directory, 'scratch')
  @output_directory = File.join(@base_directory, 'output')
  @data_directory = File.join('tmp/metric_fu', '_data')
  @metric_fu_root_directory = File.join(File.dirname(__FILE__), 
                                                    '..', '..')
  @template_directory =  File.join(@metric_fu_root_directory, 
                                   'lib', 'templates') 
  @template_class = AwesomeTemplate
  set_metrics
  set_graphs
  set_code_dirs
  @flay     = { :dirs_to_flay => @code_dirs,
                :minimum_score => 100 } 
  @flog     = { :dirs_to_flog => @code_dirs  }
  @reek     = { :dirs_to_reek => @code_dirs  }
  @roodi    = { :dirs_to_roodi => @code_dirs }
  @saikuro  = { :output_directory => @scratch_directory + '/saikuro', 
                :input_directory => @code_dirs,
                :cyclo => "",
                :filter_cyclo => "0",
                :warn_cyclo => "5",
                :error_cyclo => "7",
                :formater => "text"}
  @churn    = {}
  @stats    = {}
  @rcov     = { :environment => 'test',
                :test_files => ['test/**/*_test.rb', 
                                'spec/**/*_spec.rb'],
                :rcov_opts => ["--sort coverage", 
                               "--no-html", 
                               "--text-coverage",
                               "--no-color",
                               "--profile",
                               "--rails",
                               "--exclude /gems/,/Library/,/usr/,spec"]}

  @file_globs_to_ignore = []
                               
  @graph_engine = :bluff # can be :bluff or :gchart
  @graph_period = MetricFu::GRAPH_PERIOD
end

#set_code_dirsObject

Add the 'app' directory if we're running within rails.


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# File 'lib/base/configuration.rb', line 172

def set_code_dirs
  if rails?
    @code_dirs = ['app', 'lib']
  else
    @code_dirs = ['lib']
  end
end

#set_graphsObject


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# File 'lib/base/configuration.rb', line 163

def set_graphs
  if rails?
    @graphs = MetricFu::AVAILABLE_GRAPHS + [:stats]
  else
    @graphs = MetricFu::AVAILABLE_GRAPHS 
  end
end

#set_metricsObject

Add the :stats task to the AVAILABLE_METRICS constant if we're running within rails.


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# File 'lib/base/configuration.rb', line 155

def set_metrics
  if rails?
    @metrics = MetricFu::AVAILABLE_METRICS + [:stats]
  else
    @metrics = MetricFu::AVAILABLE_METRICS
  end 
end