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Constant Summary collapse

DELIMITER =
"==================================================================================="
DEV =
Dev.new
COMMANDS =
Commands.new
MSBUILD =
MSBuild.new
TIMER =
Timer.new
NUNIT =
FileList.new("**/bin/**/*.Test.dll", "**/bin/**/*.Tests.dll", "**/lib/**/*.Test.dll",
"**/lib/**/*.Tests.dll")
SOURCE =
FileList.new("LICENSE", "README", "README.md", "Gemfile")
SLN_FILES =
FileList.new("*.sln", "*/*.sln", "*/*/*.sln")
WXS_FILES =
FileList.new("**/*.wxs")
SMARTASSEMBLY_FILES =
FileList.new("**/*.saproj")
BUFFER_SIZE =
1024
VERSION =
Version.get_version
NUGET_FILES =
FileList.new("**/*.nuspec")

Instance Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Details

#run_with_timeout(directory, command, timeout, tick) ⇒ Object

The following code is based on code originally copied from gist.github.com/lpar/1032297 Gist title: lpar/timeout.rb

Runs a specified shell command in a separate thread. If it exceeds the given timeout in seconds, kills it. Returns any output produced by the command (stdout or stderr) as a String. Uses Kernel.select to wait up to the tick length (in seconds) between checks on the command's status

If you've got a cleaner way of doing this, I'd be interested to see it. If you think you can do it with Ruby's Timeout module, think again.


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# File 'lib/base/timeout.rb', line 16

def run_with_timeout(directory, command, timeout, tick)
  output = ""
  exit_code = 1

  Open3.popen2e(command, chdir: directory) do |_stdin, stderrout, thread|
    pid = thread.pid

    start = Time.now
    while ((Time.now - start) < timeout) && thread.alive?
      # Wait up to `tick` seconds for output/error data
      Kernel.select([stderrout], nil, nil, tick)
      # Try to read the data
      begin
        output << stderrout.read_nonblock(BUFFER_SIZE)
      rescue IO::WaitReadable
        # A read would block, so loop around for another select
      rescue EOFError
        # Command has completed, not really an error...
        exit_code = wait_thread.value
        break
      end

      sleep(0.5)
    end

    exit_code = wait_thread.value

    # Give Ruby time to clean up the other thread
    sleep 1

    if thread.alive?
      # We need to kill the process, because killing the thread leaves
      # the process alive but detached, annoyingly enough.
      Process.kill("TERM", pid)
      exit_code = 5
    end
  end

  [output, exit_code]
end

#run_with_timeout2(directory, command, timeout) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/base/timeout.rb', line 100

def run_with_timeout2(directory, command, timeout)
  # stdout, stderr pipes
  rout, wout = IO.pipe
  rerr, werr = IO.pipe
  output = ""
  error = ""
  exit_code = 1
  pid = Process.spawn(command, chdir: directory, out: wout, err: werr)
  begin
    Timeout.timeout(timeout) do
      exit_code = Process.wait2(pid)
      output = rout.readlines.join("\n")
      error = rerr.readlines.join("\n")
    end
  rescue StandardError
    Proces.kill("TERM", pid)
    output = "#{output}timeout occurred."
  ensure
    rout.close
    rerr.close
  end
  [output, exit_code]
end