Class: Puppet::SyntaxCheckers::EPP

Inherits:
Plugins::SyntaxCheckers::SyntaxChecker show all
Defined in:
lib/puppet/syntax_checkers/epp.rb

Instance Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Details

#check(text, syntax, acceptor, source_pos) ⇒ Object

Checks the text for Puppet Language EPP syntax issues and reports them to the given acceptor.

Error messages from the checker are capped at 100 chars from the source text.

Raises:

  • (ArgumentError)

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# File 'lib/puppet/syntax_checkers/epp.rb', line 16

def check(text, syntax, acceptor, source_pos)
  raise ArgumentError.new(_("EPP syntax checker: the text to check must be a String.")) unless text.is_a?(String)
  raise ArgumentError.new(_("EPP syntax checker: the syntax identifier must be a String, e.g. pp")) unless syntax == 'epp'
  raise ArgumentError.new(_("EPP syntax checker: invalid Acceptor, got: '%{klass}'.") % { klass: acceptor.class.name }) unless acceptor.is_a?(Puppet::Pops::Validation::Acceptor)

  begin
    Puppet::Pops::Parser::EvaluatingParser::EvaluatingEppParser.singleton.parse_string(text)
  rescue => e
    # Cap the message to 100 chars and replace newlines
    msg = _("EPP syntax checker: \"%{message}\"") % { message: e.message().slice(0,500).gsub(/\r?\n/, "\\n") }

    # TODO: improve the pops API to allow simpler diagnostic creation while still maintaining capabilities
    # and the issue code. (In this case especially, where there is only a single error message being issued).
    #
    issue = Puppet::Pops::Issues::issue(:ILLEGAL_EPP) { msg }
    acceptor.accept(Puppet::Pops::Validation::Diagnostic.new(:error, issue, source_pos.file, source_pos, {}))
  end
end