Class: Puppet::Pops::Loader::RubyLegacyFunctionInstantiator

Inherits:
Object
  • Object
show all
Defined in:
lib/puppet/pops/loader/ruby_legacy_function_instantiator.rb

Constant Summary collapse

UNKNOWN =
'<unknown>'.freeze

Class Method Summary collapse

Class Method Details

.create(loader, typed_name, source_ref, ruby_code_string) ⇒ Puppet::Pops::Functions.Function

Produces an instance of the Function class with the given typed_name, or fails with an error if the given ruby source does not produce this instance when evaluated.

Parameters:

  • loader (Puppet::Pops::Loader::Loader)

    The loader the function is associated with

  • typed_name (Puppet::Pops::Loader::TypedName)

    the type / name of the function to load

  • source_ref (URI, String)

    a reference to the source / origin of the ruby code to evaluate

  • ruby_code_string (String)

    ruby code in a string

Returns:

  • (Puppet::Pops::Functions.Function)
    • an instantiated function with global scope closure associated with the given loader


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# File 'lib/puppet/pops/loader/ruby_legacy_function_instantiator.rb', line 18

def self.create(loader, typed_name, source_ref, ruby_code_string)
  # When func3x turned on, assert content by parsing, when turned off continue with (legacy) undefined behavior
  if Puppet[:func3x_check]
    assertion_result = []
    if assert_code(ruby_code_string, assertion_result)
      unless ruby_code_string.is_a?(String) && assertion_result.include?(:found_newfunction)
        raise ArgumentError, _("The code loaded from %{source_ref} does not seem to be a Puppet 3x API function - no 'newfunction' call.") % { source_ref: source_ref }
      end
    end
  end

  # make the private loader available in a binding to allow it to be passed on
  loader_for_function = loader.private_loader
  here = get_binding(loader_for_function)

  # Avoid reloading the function if already loaded via one of the APIs that trigger 3x function loading
  # Check if function is already loaded the 3x way (and obviously not the 4x way since we would not be here in the
  # first place.
  environment = Puppet.lookup(:current_environment)
  func_info = Puppet::Parser::Functions.environment_module(environment).get_function_info(typed_name.name.to_sym)
  if func_info.nil?
    # This will do the 3x loading and define the "function_<name>" and "real_function_<name>" methods
    # in the anonymous module used to hold function definitions.
    #
    func_info = eval(ruby_code_string, here, source_ref, 1)

    # Validate what was loaded
    unless func_info.is_a?(Hash)
      # TRANSLATORS - the word 'newfunction' should not be translated as it is a method name.
      raise ArgumentError, _("Illegal legacy function definition! The code loaded from %{source_ref} did not return the result of calling 'newfunction'. Got '%{klass}'") % { source_ref: source_ref, klass: func_info.class }
    end
    unless func_info[:name] == "function_#{typed_name.name()}"
      raise ArgumentError, _("The code loaded from %{source_ref} produced mis-matched name, expected 'function_%{type_name}', got '%{created_name}'") % { 
        source_ref: source_ref, type_name: typed_name.name, created_name: func_info[:name] }
    end
  end

  created = Puppet::Functions::Function3x.create_function(typed_name.name(), func_info, loader_for_function)

  # create the function instance - it needs closure (scope), and loader (i.e. where it should start searching for things
  # when calling functions etc.
  # It should be bound to global scope

  # Sets closure scope to nil, to let it be picked up at runtime from Puppet.lookup(:global_scope)
  # If function definition used the loader from the binding to create a new loader, that loader wins
  created.new(nil, loader_for_function)
end