Class: GraphQL::Analysis::AST::QueryComplexity

Inherits:
Analyzer
  • Object
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Defined in:
lib/graphql/analysis/ast/query_complexity.rb

Direct Known Subclasses

MaxQueryComplexity

Defined Under Namespace

Classes: ScopedTypeComplexity

Instance Method Summary collapse

Methods inherited from Analyzer

#analyze?

Constructor Details

#initialize(query) ⇒ QueryComplexity

State for the query complexity calculation:

  • complexities_on_type holds complexity scores for each type in an IRep node

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# File 'lib/graphql/analysis/ast/query_complexity.rb', line 9

def initialize(query)
  super
  @complexities_on_type_by_query = {}
end

Instance Method Details

#on_enter_field(node, parent, visitor) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/graphql/analysis/ast/query_complexity.rb', line 66

def on_enter_field(node, parent, visitor)
  # We don't want to visit fragment definitions,
  # we'll visit them when we hit the spreads instead
  return if visitor.visiting_fragment_definition?
  return if visitor.skipping?
  parent_type = visitor.parent_type_definition
  field_key = node.alias || node.name
  # Find the complexity calculation for this field --
  # if we're re-entering a selection, we'll already have one.
  # Otherwise, make a new one and store it.
  #
  # `node` and `visitor.field_definition` may appear from a cache,
  # but I think that's ok. If the arguments _didn't_ match,
  # then the query would have been rejected as invalid.
  complexities_on_type = @complexities_on_type_by_query[visitor.query] ||= [ScopedTypeComplexity.new(nil, nil, query, visitor.response_path)]

  complexity = complexities_on_type.last.scoped_children[parent_type][field_key] ||= ScopedTypeComplexity.new(node, visitor.field_definition, visitor.query, visitor.response_path)
  # Push it on the stack.
  complexities_on_type.push(complexity)
end

#on_leave_field(node, parent, visitor) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/graphql/analysis/ast/query_complexity.rb', line 87

def on_leave_field(node, parent, visitor)
  # We don't want to visit fragment definitions,
  # we'll visit them when we hit the spreads instead
  return if visitor.visiting_fragment_definition?
  return if visitor.skipping?
  complexities_on_type = @complexities_on_type_by_query[visitor.query]
  complexities_on_type.pop
end

#resultObject

Overide this method to use the complexity result


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# File 'lib/graphql/analysis/ast/query_complexity.rb', line 15

def result
  max_possible_complexity
end