Annotate (aka AnnotateModels)
Add a comment summarizing the current schema to the top or bottom of each of your…
* ActiveRecord models * Fixture files * Tests and Specs * Object Daddy exemplars * Machinist blueprints * Thoughtbot's factory_girl factories, i.e. the (spec|test)/factories/<model>_factory.rb files
The schema comment looks like this:
# == Schema Info # # Table name: line_items # # id :integer(11) not null, primary key # quantity :integer(11) not null # product_id :integer(11) not null # unit_price :float # order_id :integer(11) # class LineItem < ActiveRecord::Base belongs_to :product . . .
It also annotates geometrical columns, geom type and srid, when using SpatialAdapter or PostgisAdapter:
# == Schema Info # # Table name: trips # # local :geometry point, 4326 # path :geometry line_string, 4326
Also, if you pass the -r option, it'll annotate routes.rb with the output of “rake routes”.
sudo gem install annotate
git clone git://github.com/ctran/annotate_models.git annotate cd annotate gem build annotate.gemspec sudo gem install annotate-<version>.gem
To annotate all your models, tests, fixtures, etc.:
cd /path/to/app annotate
To annotate your models and tests:
annotate --exclude fixtures
To annotate just your models:
annotate --exclude tests,fixtures
To annotate routes.rb:
To automatically annotate after running 'rake db:migrate':
[needs more clarity] unpack the gem into vendor/plugins, or maybe vendor/gems, or maybe just require tasks/migrate.rake.
If you install annotate_models as a plugin, it will automatically adjust your
rake db:migrate tasks so that they update the annotations in your model files for you once the migration is completed.
Warning: ImageMagick installs a tool called `annotate` too (if you're using MacPorts it's in `/opt/local/bin/annotate`. So if you see Usage: annotate imagein.jpg imageout.jpg then put `/usr/bin` ahead on the path and you'll get ours instead.
Usage: annotate [options] [model_file]* -d, --delete Remove annotations from all model files -p, --position [before|after] Place the annotations at the top (before) or the bottom (after) of the model file -r, --routes Annotate routes.rb with the output of 'rake routes' -v, --version Show the current version of this gem -m, --show-migration Include the migration version number in the annotation -i, --show-indexes List the table's database indexes in the annotation -s, --simple-indexes Concat the column's related indexes in the annotation --model-dir dir Annotate model files stored in dir rather than app/models -R, --require path Additional files to require before loading models -e [tests,fixtures,factories] Do not annotate fixtures, test files, and/or factories --exclude
Note that this code will blow away the initial/final comment block in your models if it looks like it was previously added by annotate models, so you don't want to add additional text to an automatically created comment block.
* * Back up your model files before using... * *
Factory Girl => github.com/thoughtbot/factory_girl
Object Daddy => github.com/flogic/object_daddy
SpatialAdapter => github.com/pdeffendol/spatial_adapter
PostgisAdapter => github.com/nofxx/postgis_adapter
Released under the same license as Ruby. No Support. No Warranty.
Original code by: Dave Thomas – Pragmatic Programmers, LLC Overhauled by: Alex Chaffee Gemmed by: Cuong Tran Maintained by: Alex Chaffee and Cuong Tran Homepage: github.com/ctran/annotate_models
- Alex Chaffee - http://github.com/alexch - [email protected] - Cuong Tran - http://github.com/ctran - [email protected] - Jack Danger - http://github.com/JackDanger - Michael Bumann - http://github.com/bumi - Henrik Nyh - http://github.com/henrik - Marcos Piccinini - http://github.com/nofxx - Neal Clark - http://github.com/nclark - Jacqui Maher - http://github.com/jacqui - Nick Plante - http://github.com/zapnap - http://blog.zerosum.org - Pedro Visintin - http://github.com/peterpunk - http://www.pedrovisintin.com - Bob Potter - http://github.com/bpot - Gavin Montague - http://github.com/govan/ - Alexander Semyonov - http://github.com/rotuka/ - Nathan Brazil - http://github.com/bitaxis/
and many others that I may have missed to add.