Class: RDoc::Parser::Ruby

Inherits:
RDoc::Parser show all
Includes:
RubyTools, RubyToken, TokenStream
Defined in:
lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb

Overview

Extracts code elements from a source file returning a TopLevel object containing the constituent file elements.

This file is based on rtags

RubyParser understands how to document:

  • classes

  • modules

  • methods

  • constants

  • aliases

  • private, public, protected

  • private_class_function, public_class_function

  • module_function

  • attr, attr_reader, attr_writer, attr_accessor

  • extra accessors given on the command line

  • metaprogrammed methods

  • require

  • include

Method Arguments

– NOTE: I don't think this works, needs tests, remove the paragraph following this block when known to work

The parser extracts the arguments from the method definition. You can override this with a custom argument definition using the :args: directive:

##
# This method tries over and over until it is tired

def go_go_go(thing_to_try, tries = 10) # :args: thing_to_try
  puts thing_to_try
  go_go_go thing_to_try, tries - 1
end

If you have a more-complex set of overrides you can use the :call-seq: directive: ++

The parser extracts the arguments from the method definition. You can override this with a custom argument definition using the :call-seq: directive:

##
# This method can be called with a range or an offset and length
#
# :call-seq:
#   my_method(Range)
#   my_method(offset, length)

def my_method(*args)
end

The parser extracts yield expressions from method bodies to gather the yielded argument names. If your method manually calls a block instead of yielding or you want to override the discovered argument names use the :yields: directive:

##
# My method is awesome

def my_method(&block) # :yields: happy, times
  block.call 1, 2
end

Metaprogrammed Methods

To pick up a metaprogrammed method, the parser looks for a comment starting with '##' before an identifier:

##
# This is a meta-programmed method!

add_my_method :meta_method, :arg1, :arg2

The parser looks at the token after the identifier to determine the name, in this example, :meta_method. If a name cannot be found, a warning is printed and 'unknown is used.

You can force the name of a method using the :method: directive:

##
# :method: some_method!

By default, meta-methods are instance methods. To indicate that a method is a singleton method instead use the :singleton-method: directive:

##
# :singleton-method:

You can also use the :singleton-method: directive with a name:

##
# :singleton-method: some_method!

You can define arguments for metaprogrammed methods via either the :call-seq:, :arg: or :args: directives.

Additionally you can mark a method as an attribute by using :attr:, :attr_reader:, :attr_writer: or :attr_accessor:. Just like for :method:, the name is optional.

##
# :attr_reader: my_attr_name

Hidden methods and attributes

You can provide documentation for methods that don't appear using the :method:, :singleton-method: and :attr: directives:

##
# :attr_writer: ghost_writer
# There is an attribute here, but you can't see it!

##
# :method: ghost_method
# There is a method here, but you can't see it!

##
# this is a comment for a regular method

def regular_method() end

Note that by default, the :method: directive will be ignored if there is a standard rdocable item following it.

Constant Summary collapse

NORMAL =

RDoc::NormalClass type

"::"
SINGLE =

RDoc::SingleClass type

"<<"

Constants included from RubyToken

RubyToken::EXPR_ARG, RubyToken::EXPR_BEG, RubyToken::EXPR_CLASS, RubyToken::EXPR_DOT, RubyToken::EXPR_END, RubyToken::EXPR_FNAME, RubyToken::EXPR_MID, RubyToken::NEWLINE_TOKEN, RubyToken::Symbol, RubyToken::TkReading2Token, RubyToken::TkSymbol2Token, RubyToken::TkToken2Reading, RubyToken::TokenDefinitions

Instance Attribute Summary

Attributes inherited from RDoc::Parser

#file_name

Instance Method Summary collapse

Methods included from RubyTools

#add_token_listener, #get_tk, #get_tk_until, #get_tkread, #peek_read, #peek_tk, #remove_token_listener, #reset, #skip_tkspace, #token_listener, #unget_tk

Methods included from RubyToken

#Token, def_token, #set_token_position

Methods included from TokenStream

#add_tokens, #collect_tokens, #pop_token, to_html, #token_stream, #tokens_to_s

Methods inherited from RDoc::Parser

alias_extension, binary?, can_parse, can_parse_by_name, check_modeline, for, parse_files_matching, process_directive, remove_modeline, use_markup, zip?

Constructor Details

#initialize(top_level, file_name, content, options, stats) ⇒ Ruby

Creates a new Ruby parser.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 162

def initialize(top_level, file_name, content, options, stats)
  super

  @size = 0
  @token_listeners = nil
  @scanner = RDoc::RubyLex.new content, @options
  @scanner.exception_on_syntax_error = false
  @prev_seek = nil
  @markup = @options.markup
  @track_visibility = :nodoc != @options.visibility

  @encoding = nil
  @encoding = @options.encoding if Object.const_defined? :Encoding

  reset
end

Instance Method Details

#collect_first_commentObject

Look for the first comment in a file that isn't a shebang line.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 224

def collect_first_comment
  skip_tkspace
  comment = ''
  comment.force_encoding @encoding if @encoding
  first_line = true

  tk = get_tk

  while TkCOMMENT === tk
    if first_line and tk.text =~ /\A#!/ then
      skip_tkspace
      tk = get_tk
    elsif first_line and tk.text =~ /\A#\s*-\*-/ then
      first_line = false
      skip_tkspace
      tk = get_tk
    else
      first_line = false
      comment << tk.text << "\n"
      tk = get_tk

      if TkNL === tk then
        skip_tkspace false
        tk = get_tk
      end
    end
  end

  unget_tk tk

  new_comment comment
end

#consume_trailing_spacesObject

Consumes trailing whitespace from the token stream



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 260

def consume_trailing_spaces # :nodoc:
  get_tkread
  skip_tkspace false
end

#create_attr(container, single, name, rw, comment) ⇒ Object

Creates a new attribute in container with name.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 268

def create_attr container, single, name, rw, comment # :nodoc:
  att = RDoc::Attr.new get_tkread, name, rw, comment, single == SINGLE
  record_location att

  container.add_attribute att
  @stats.add_attribute att

  att
end

#create_module_alias(container, constant, rhs_name) ⇒ Object

Creates a module alias in container at rhs_name (or at the top-level for “::”) with the name from constant.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 282

def create_module_alias container, constant, rhs_name # :nodoc:
  mod = if rhs_name =~ /^::/ then
          @store.find_class_or_module rhs_name
        else
          container.find_module_named rhs_name
        end

  container.add_module_alias mod, constant.name, @top_level if mod
end

#error(msg) ⇒ Object

Aborts with msg



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 295

def error(msg)
  msg = make_message msg

  abort msg
end

#get_boolObject

Looks for a true or false token. Returns false if TkFALSE or TkNIL are found.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 305

def get_bool
  skip_tkspace
  tk = get_tk
  case tk
  when TkTRUE
    true
  when TkFALSE, TkNIL
    false
  else
    unget_tk tk
    true
  end
end

#get_class_or_module(container, ignore_constants = false) ⇒ Object

Look for the name of a class of module (optionally with a leading

or

with

separated named) and return the ultimate name, the associated

container, and the given name (with the ::).



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 324

def get_class_or_module container, ignore_constants = false
  skip_tkspace
  name_t = get_tk
  given_name = ''

  # class ::A -> A is in the top level
  case name_t
  when TkCOLON2, TkCOLON3 then # bug
    name_t = get_tk
    container = @top_level
    given_name << '::'
  end

  skip_tkspace false
  given_name << name_t.name

  while TkCOLON2 === peek_tk do
    prev_container = container
    container = container.find_module_named name_t.name
    container ||=
      if ignore_constants then
        RDoc::Context.new
      else
        c = prev_container.add_module RDoc::NormalModule, name_t.name
        c.ignore unless prev_container.document_children
        @top_level.add_to_classes_or_modules c
        c
      end

    record_location container

    get_tk
    skip_tkspace false
    name_t = get_tk
    given_name << '::' << name_t.name
  end

  skip_tkspace false

  return [container, name_t, given_name]
end

#get_class_specificationObject

Return a superclass, which can be either a constant of an expression



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 369

def get_class_specification
  case peek_tk
  when TkSELF then return 'self'
  when TkGVAR then return ''
  end

  res = get_constant

  skip_tkspace false

  get_tkread # empty out read buffer

  tk = get_tk

  case tk
  when TkNL, TkCOMMENT, TkSEMICOLON then
    unget_tk(tk)
    return res
  end

  res += parse_call_parameters(tk)
  res
end

#get_constantObject

Parse a constant, which might be qualified by one or more class or module names



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 397

def get_constant
  res = ""
  skip_tkspace false
  tk = get_tk

  while TkCOLON2 === tk or TkCOLON3 === tk or TkCONSTANT === tk do
    res += tk.name
    tk = get_tk
  end

  unget_tk(tk)
  res
end

#get_constant_with_optional_parensObject

Get a constant that may be surrounded by parens



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 414

def get_constant_with_optional_parens
  skip_tkspace false

  nest = 0

  while TkLPAREN === (tk = peek_tk) or TkfLPAREN === tk do
    get_tk
    skip_tkspace
    nest += 1
  end

  name = get_constant

  while nest > 0
    skip_tkspace
    tk = get_tk
    nest -= 1 if TkRPAREN === tk
  end

  name
end

#get_end_token(tk) ⇒ Object

Little hack going on here. In the statement:

f = 2*(1+yield)

We see the RPAREN as the next token, so we need to exit early. This still won't catch all cases (such as “a = yield + 1”



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 444

def get_end_token tk # :nodoc:
  case tk
  when TkLPAREN, TkfLPAREN
    TkRPAREN
  when TkRPAREN
    nil
  else
    TkNL
  end
end

#get_method_container(container, name_t) ⇒ Object

Retrieves the method container for a singleton method.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 458

def get_method_container container, name_t # :nodoc:
  prev_container = container
  container = container.find_module_named(name_t.name)

  unless container then
    constant = prev_container.constants.find do |const|
      const.name == name_t.name
    end

    if constant then
      parse_method_dummy prev_container
      return
    end
  end

  unless container then
    # TODO seems broken, should starting at Object in @store
    obj = name_t.name.split("::").inject(Object) do |state, item|
      state.const_get(item)
    end rescue nil

    type = obj.class == Class ? RDoc::NormalClass : RDoc::NormalModule

    unless [Class, Module].include?(obj.class) then
      warn("Couldn't find #{name_t.name}. Assuming it's a module")
    end

    if type == RDoc::NormalClass then
      sclass = obj.superclass ? obj.superclass.name : nil
      container = prev_container.add_class type, name_t.name, sclass
    else
      container = prev_container.add_module type, name_t.name
    end

    record_location container
  end

  container
end

#get_symbol_or_nameObject

Extracts a name or symbol from the token stream.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 501

def get_symbol_or_name
  tk = get_tk
  case tk
  when TkSYMBOL then
    text = tk.text.sub(/^:/, '')

    if TkASSIGN === peek_tk then
      get_tk
      text << '='
    end

    text
  when TkId, TkOp then
    tk.name
  when TkAMPER,
       TkDSTRING,
       TkSTAR,
       TkSTRING then
    tk.text
  else
    raise RDoc::Error, "Name or symbol expected (got #{tk})"
  end
end

#get_tkread_clean(pattern, replacement) ⇒ Object

Retrieves the read token stream and replaces pattern with replacement using gsub. If the result is only a “;” returns an empty string.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 183

def get_tkread_clean pattern, replacement # :nodoc:
  read = get_tkread.gsub(pattern, replacement).strip
  return '' if read == ';'
  read
end

#get_visibility_information(tk) ⇒ Object

Extracts the visibility information for the visibility token tk.

Returns the visibility type (a string), the visibility (a symbol) and singleton if the methods following should be converted to singleton methods.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 196

def get_visibility_information tk # :nodoc:
  vis_type  = tk.name
  singleton = false

  vis =
    case vis_type
    when 'private'   then :private
    when 'protected' then :protected
    when 'public'    then :public
    when 'private_class_method' then
      singleton = true
      :private
    when 'public_class_method' then
      singleton = true
      :public
    when 'module_function' then
      singleton = true
      :public
    else
      raise RDoc::Error, "Invalid visibility: #{tk.name}"
    end

  return vis_type, vis, singleton
end

#look_for_directives_in(context, comment) ⇒ Object

Look for directives in a normal comment block:

# :stopdoc:
# Don't display comment from this point forward

This routine modifies its comment parameter.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 547

def look_for_directives_in context, comment
  @preprocess.handle comment, context do |directive, param|
    case directive
    when 'method', 'singleton-method',
         'attr', 'attr_accessor', 'attr_reader', 'attr_writer' then
      false # handled elsewhere
    when 'section' then
      context.set_current_section param, comment.dup
      comment.text = ''
      break
    end
  end

  remove_private_comments comment
end

#make_message(message) ⇒ Object

Adds useful info about the parser to message



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 566

def make_message message
  prefix = "#{@file_name}:"

  prefix << "#{@scanner.line_no}:#{@scanner.char_no}:" if @scanner

  "#{prefix} #{message}"
end

#new_comment(comment) ⇒ Object

Creates a comment with the correct format



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 577

def new_comment comment
  c = RDoc::Comment.new comment, @top_level
  c.format = @markup
  c
end

#parse_alias(context, single, tk, comment) ⇒ Object

Parses an alias in context with comment



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 649

def parse_alias(context, single, tk, comment)
  offset  = tk.seek
  line_no = tk.line_no

  skip_tkspace

  if TkLPAREN === peek_tk then
    get_tk
    skip_tkspace
  end

  new_name = get_symbol_or_name

  @scanner.lex_state = :EXPR_FNAME

  skip_tkspace
  if TkCOMMA === peek_tk then
    get_tk
    skip_tkspace
  end

  begin
    old_name = get_symbol_or_name
  rescue RDoc::Error
    return
  end

  al = RDoc::Alias.new(get_tkread, old_name, new_name, comment,
                       single == SINGLE)
  record_location al
  al.offset = offset
  al.line   = line_no

  read_documentation_modifiers al, RDoc::ATTR_MODIFIERS
  context.add_alias al
  @stats.add_alias al

  al
end

#parse_attr(context, single, tk, comment) ⇒ Object

Creates an RDoc::Attr for the name following tk, setting the comment to comment.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 587

def parse_attr(context, single, tk, comment)
  offset  = tk.seek
  line_no = tk.line_no

  args = parse_symbol_arg 1
  if args.size > 0 then
    name = args[0]
    rw = "R"
    skip_tkspace false
    tk = get_tk

    if TkCOMMA === tk then
      rw = "RW" if get_bool
    else
      unget_tk tk
    end

    att = create_attr context, single, name, rw, comment
    att.offset = offset
    att.line   = line_no

    read_documentation_modifiers att, RDoc::ATTR_MODIFIERS
  else
    warn "'attr' ignored - looks like a variable"
  end
end

#parse_attr_accessor(context, single, tk, comment) ⇒ Object

Creates an RDoc::Attr for each attribute listed after tk, setting the comment for each to comment.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 618

def parse_attr_accessor(context, single, tk, comment)
  offset  = tk.seek
  line_no = tk.line_no

  args = parse_symbol_arg
  rw = "?"

  tmp = RDoc::CodeObject.new
  read_documentation_modifiers tmp, RDoc::ATTR_MODIFIERS
  # TODO In most other places we let the context keep track of document_self
  # and add found items appropriately but here we do not.  I'm not sure why.
  return if @track_visibility and not tmp.document_self

  case tk.name
  when "attr_reader"   then rw = "R"
  when "attr_writer"   then rw = "W"
  when "attr_accessor" then rw = "RW"
  else
    rw = '?'
  end

  for name in args
    att = create_attr context, single, name, rw, comment
    att.offset = offset
    att.line   = line_no
  end
end

#parse_call_parameters(tk) ⇒ Object

Extracts call parameters from the token stream.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 692

def parse_call_parameters(tk)
  end_token = case tk
              when TkLPAREN, TkfLPAREN
                TkRPAREN
              when TkRPAREN
                return ""
              else
                TkNL
              end
  nest = 0

  loop do
    case tk
    when TkSEMICOLON
      break
    when TkLPAREN, TkfLPAREN
      nest += 1
    when end_token
      if end_token == TkRPAREN
        nest -= 1
        break if @scanner.lex_state == :EXPR_END and nest <= 0
      else
        break unless @scanner.continue
      end
    when TkCOMMENT, TkASSIGN, TkOPASGN
      unget_tk(tk)
      break
    when nil then
      break
    end
    tk = get_tk
  end

  get_tkread_clean "\n", " "
end

#parse_class(container, single, tk, comment) ⇒ Object

Parses a class in context with comment



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 731

def parse_class container, single, tk, comment
  offset  = tk.seek
  line_no = tk.line_no

  declaration_context = container
  container, name_t, given_name = get_class_or_module container

  cls =
    case name_t
    when TkCONSTANT
      parse_class_regular container, declaration_context, single,
        name_t, given_name, comment
    when TkLSHFT
      case name = get_class_specification
      when 'self', container.name
        parse_statements container, SINGLE
        return # don't update offset or line
      else
        parse_class_singleton container, name, comment
      end
    else
      warn "Expected class name or '<<'. Got #{name_t.class}: #{name_t.text.inspect}"
      return
    end

  cls.offset = offset
  cls.line   = line_no

  cls
end

#parse_class_regular(container, declaration_context, single, name_t, given_name, comment) ⇒ Object

Parses and creates a regular class



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 765

def parse_class_regular container, declaration_context, single, # :nodoc:
                        name_t, given_name, comment
  superclass = '::Object'

  if given_name =~ /^::/ then
    declaration_context = @top_level
    given_name = $'
  end

  if TkLT === peek_tk then
    get_tk
    skip_tkspace
    superclass = get_class_specification
    superclass = '(unknown)' if superclass.empty?
  end

  cls_type = single == SINGLE ? RDoc::SingleClass : RDoc::NormalClass
  cls = declaration_context.add_class cls_type, given_name, superclass
  cls.ignore unless container.document_children

  read_documentation_modifiers cls, RDoc::CLASS_MODIFIERS
  record_location cls

  cls.add_comment comment, @top_level

  @top_level.add_to_classes_or_modules cls
  @stats.add_class cls

  suppress_parents container, declaration_context unless cls.document_self

  parse_statements cls

  cls
end

#parse_class_singleton(container, name, comment) ⇒ Object

Parses a singleton class in container with the given name and comment.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 804

def parse_class_singleton container, name, comment # :nodoc:
  other = @store.find_class_named name

  unless other then
    if name =~ /^::/ then
      name = $'
      container = @top_level
    end

    other = container.add_module RDoc::NormalModule, name
    record_location other

    # class << $gvar
    other.ignore if name.empty?

    other.add_comment comment, @top_level
  end

  # notify :nodoc: all if not a constant-named class/module
  # (and remove any comment)
  unless name =~ /\A(::)?[A-Z]/ then
    other.document_self = nil
    other.document_children = false
    other.clear_comment
  end

  @top_level.add_to_classes_or_modules other
  @stats.add_class other

  read_documentation_modifiers other, RDoc::CLASS_MODIFIERS
  parse_statements(other, SINGLE)

  other
end

#parse_comment(container, tk, comment) ⇒ Object

Generates an RDoc::Method or RDoc::Attr from comment by looking for :method: or :attr: directives in comment.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 949

def parse_comment container, tk, comment
  return parse_comment_tomdoc container, tk, comment if @markup == 'tomdoc'
  column  = tk.char_no
  offset  = tk.seek
  line_no = tk.line_no

  text = comment.text

  singleton = !!text.sub!(/(^# +:?)(singleton-)(method:)/, '\1\3')

  co =
    if text.sub!(/^# +:?method: *(\S*).*?\n/i, '') then
      parse_comment_ghost container, text, $1, column, line_no, comment
    elsif text.sub!(/# +:?(attr(_reader|_writer|_accessor)?): *(\S*).*?\n/i, '') then
      parse_comment_attr container, $1, $3, comment
    end

  if co then
    co.singleton = singleton
    co.offset    = offset
    co.line      = line_no
  end

  true
end

#parse_comment_attr(container, type, name, comment) ⇒ Object

Parse a comment that is describing an attribute in container with the given name and comment.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 979

def parse_comment_attr container, type, name, comment # :nodoc:
  return if name.empty?

  rw = case type
       when 'attr_reader' then 'R'
       when 'attr_writer' then 'W'
       else 'RW'
       end

  create_attr container, NORMAL, name, rw, comment
end

#parse_comment_ghost(container, text, name, column, line_no, comment) ⇒ Object

:nodoc:



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 991

def parse_comment_ghost container, text, name, column, line_no, # :nodoc:
                        comment
  name = nil if name.empty?

  meth = RDoc::GhostMethod.new get_tkread, name
  record_location meth

  meth.start_collecting_tokens
  indent = TkSPACE.new 0, 1, 1
  indent.set_text " " * column

  position_comment = TkCOMMENT.new 0, line_no, 1
  position_comment.set_text "# File #{@top_level.relative_name}, line #{line_no}"
  meth.add_tokens [position_comment, NEWLINE_TOKEN, indent]

  meth.params =
    if text.sub!(/^#\s+:?args?:\s*(.*?)\s*$/i, '') then
      $1
    else
      ''
    end

  comment.normalize
  comment.extract_call_seq meth

  return unless meth.name

  container.add_method meth

  meth.comment = comment

  @stats.add_method meth

  meth
end

#parse_comment_tomdoc(container, tk, comment) ⇒ Object

Creates an RDoc::Method on container from comment if there is a Signature section in the comment



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1031

def parse_comment_tomdoc container, tk, comment
  return unless signature = RDoc::TomDoc.signature(comment)
  offset  = tk.seek
  line_no = tk.line_no

  name, = signature.split %r%[ \(]%, 2

  meth = RDoc::GhostMethod.new get_tkread, name
  record_location meth
  meth.offset    = offset
  meth.line      = line_no

  meth.start_collecting_tokens
  indent = TkSPACE.new 0, 1, 1
  indent.set_text " " * offset

  position_comment = TkCOMMENT.new 0, line_no, 1
  position_comment.set_text "# File #{@top_level.relative_name}, line #{line_no}"
  meth.add_tokens [position_comment, NEWLINE_TOKEN, indent]

  meth.call_seq = signature

  comment.normalize

  return unless meth.name

  container.add_method meth

  meth.comment = comment

  @stats.add_method meth
end

#parse_constant(container, tk, comment, ignore_constants = false) ⇒ Object

Parses a constant in context with comment. If ignore_constants is true, no found constants will be added to RDoc.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 843

def parse_constant container, tk, comment, ignore_constants = false
  prev_container = container
  offset  = tk.seek
  line_no = tk.line_no

  name = tk.name
  skip_tkspace false

  return unless name =~ /^\w+$/

  eq_tk = get_tk

  if TkCOLON2 === eq_tk then
    unget_tk eq_tk
    unget_tk tk

    container, name_t, = get_class_or_module container, ignore_constants

    name = name_t.name

    eq_tk = get_tk
  end

  unless TkASSIGN === eq_tk then
    suppress_parents container, prev_container

    unget_tk eq_tk
    return false
  end

  if TkGT === peek_tk then
    unget_tk eq_tk
    return
  end

  value = ''
  con = RDoc::Constant.new name, value, comment

  body = parse_constant_body container, con

  return unless body

  value.replace body
  record_location con
  con.offset = offset
  con.line   = line_no
  read_documentation_modifiers con, RDoc::CONSTANT_MODIFIERS

  @stats.add_constant con
  con = container.add_constant con

  true
end

#parse_constant_body(container, constant) ⇒ Object

:nodoc:



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 897

def parse_constant_body container, constant # :nodoc:
  nest     = 0
  rhs_name = ''

  get_tkread

  tk = get_tk

  loop do
    case tk
    when TkSEMICOLON then
      break if nest <= 0
    when TkLPAREN, TkfLPAREN, TkLBRACE, TkfLBRACE, TkLBRACK, TkfLBRACK,
         TkDO, TkIF, TkUNLESS, TkCASE, TkDEF, TkBEGIN then
      nest += 1
    when TkRPAREN, TkRBRACE, TkRBRACK, TkEND then
      nest -= 1
    when TkCOMMENT then
      if nest <= 0 and stop_at_EXPR_END then
        unget_tk tk
        break
      else
        unget_tk tk
        read_documentation_modifiers constant, RDoc::CONSTANT_MODIFIERS
      end
    when TkCONSTANT then
      rhs_name << tk.name

      if nest <= 0 and TkNL === peek_tk then
        create_module_alias container, constant, rhs_name
        break
      end
    when TkNL then
      if nest <= 0 and stop_at_EXPR_END then
        unget_tk tk
        break
      end
    when TkCOLON2, TkCOLON3 then
      rhs_name << '::'
    when nil then
      break
    end
    tk = get_tk
  end

  get_tkread_clean(/^[ \t]+/, '')
end

#parse_extend_or_include(klass, container, comment) ⇒ Object

Parses an include or extend, indicated by the klass and adds it to container # with comment



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1068

def parse_extend_or_include klass, container, comment # :nodoc:
  loop do
    skip_tkspace_comment

    name = get_constant_with_optional_parens

    unless name.empty? then
      obj = container.add klass, name, comment
      record_location obj
    end

    return unless TkCOMMA === peek_tk

    get_tk
  end
end

#parse_identifier(container, single, tk, comment) ⇒ Object

Parses identifiers that can create new methods or change visibility.

Returns true if the comment was not consumed.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1090

def parse_identifier container, single, tk, comment # :nodoc:
  case tk.name
  when 'private', 'protected', 'public', 'private_class_method',
       'public_class_method', 'module_function' then
    parse_visibility container, single, tk
    return true
  when 'attr' then
    parse_attr container, single, tk, comment
  when /^attr_(reader|writer|accessor)$/ then
    parse_attr_accessor container, single, tk, comment
  when 'alias_method' then
    parse_alias container, single, tk, comment
  when 'require', 'include' then
    # ignore
  else
    if comment.text =~ /\A#\#$/ then
      case comment.text
      when /^# +:?attr(_reader|_writer|_accessor)?:/ then
        parse_meta_attr container, single, tk, comment
      else
        method = parse_meta_method container, single, tk, comment
        method.params = container.params if
          container.params
        method.block_params = container.block_params if
          container.block_params
      end
    end
  end

  false
end

#parse_meta_attr(context, single, tk, comment) ⇒ Object

Parses a meta-programmed attribute and creates an RDoc::Attr.

To create foo and bar attributes on class C with comment “My attributes”:

class C

  ##
  # :attr:
  #
  # My attributes

  my_attr :foo, :bar

end

To create a foo attribute on class C with comment “My attribute”:

class C

  ##
  # :attr: foo
  #
  # My attribute

  my_attr :foo, :bar

end


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def parse_meta_attr(context, single, tk, comment)
  args = parse_symbol_arg
  rw = "?"

  # If nodoc is given, don't document any of them

  tmp = RDoc::CodeObject.new
  read_documentation_modifiers tmp, RDoc::ATTR_MODIFIERS

  if comment.text.sub!(/^# +:?(attr(_reader|_writer|_accessor)?): *(\S*).*?\n/i, '') then
    rw = case $1
         when 'attr_reader' then 'R'
         when 'attr_writer' then 'W'
         else 'RW'
         end
    name = $3 unless $3.empty?
  end

  if name then
    att = create_attr context, single, name, rw, comment
  else
    args.each do |attr_name|
      att = create_attr context, single, attr_name, rw, comment
    end
  end

  att
end

#parse_meta_method(container, single, tk, comment) ⇒ Object

Parses a meta-programmed method



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1183

def parse_meta_method(container, single, tk, comment)
  column  = tk.char_no
  offset  = tk.seek
  line_no = tk.line_no

  start_collecting_tokens
  add_token tk
  add_token_listener self

  skip_tkspace false

  singleton = !!comment.text.sub!(/(^# +:?)(singleton-)(method:)/, '\1\3')

  name = parse_meta_method_name comment, tk

  return unless name

  meth = RDoc::MetaMethod.new get_tkread, name
  record_location meth
  meth.offset = offset
  meth.line   = line_no
  meth.singleton = singleton

  remove_token_listener self

  meth.start_collecting_tokens
  indent = TkSPACE.new 0, 1, 1
  indent.set_text " " * column

  position_comment = TkCOMMENT.new 0, line_no, 1
  position_comment.value = "# File #{@top_level.relative_name}, line #{line_no}"
  meth.add_tokens [position_comment, NEWLINE_TOKEN, indent]
  meth.add_tokens @token_stream

  parse_meta_method_params container, single, meth, tk, comment

  meth.comment = comment

  @stats.add_method meth

  meth
end

#parse_meta_method_name(comment, tk) ⇒ Object

Parses the name of a metaprogrammed method. comment is used to determine the name while tk is used in an error message if the name cannot be determined.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1231

def parse_meta_method_name comment, tk # :nodoc:
  if comment.text.sub!(/^# +:?method: *(\S*).*?\n/i, '') then
    return $1 unless $1.empty?
  end

  name_t = get_tk

  case name_t
  when TkSYMBOL then
    name_t.text[1..-1]
  when TkSTRING then
    name_t.value[1..-2]
  when TkASSIGN then # ignore
    remove_token_listener self

    nil
  else
    warn "unknown name token #{name_t.inspect} for meta-method '#{tk.name}'"
    'unknown'
  end
end

#parse_meta_method_params(container, single, meth, tk, comment) ⇒ Object

Parses the parameters and block for a meta-programmed method.



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def parse_meta_method_params container, single, meth, tk, comment # :nodoc:
  token_listener meth do
    meth.params = ''

    comment.normalize
    comment.extract_call_seq meth

    container.add_method meth

    last_tk = tk

    while tk = get_tk do
      case tk
      when TkSEMICOLON then
        break
      when TkNL then
        break unless last_tk and TkCOMMA === last_tk
      when TkSPACE then
        # expression continues
      when TkDO then
        parse_statements container, single, meth
        break
      else
        last_tk = tk
      end
    end
  end
end

#parse_method(container, single, tk, comment) ⇒ Object

Parses a normal method defined by def



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def parse_method(container, single, tk, comment)
  singleton = nil
  added_container = false
  name = nil
  column  = tk.char_no
  offset  = tk.seek
  line_no = tk.line_no

  start_collecting_tokens
  add_token tk

  token_listener self do
    prev_container = container
    name, container, singleton = parse_method_name container
    added_container = container != prev_container
  end

  return unless name

  meth = RDoc::AnyMethod.new get_tkread, name
  meth.singleton = singleton

  record_location meth
  meth.offset = offset
  meth.line   = line_no

  meth.start_collecting_tokens
  indent = TkSPACE.new 0, 1, 1
  indent.set_text " " * column

  token = TkCOMMENT.new 0, line_no, 1
  token.set_text "# File #{@top_level.relative_name}, line #{line_no}"
  meth.add_tokens [token, NEWLINE_TOKEN, indent]
  meth.add_tokens @token_stream

  parse_method_params_and_body container, single, meth, added_container

  comment.normalize
  comment.extract_call_seq meth

  meth.comment = comment

  @stats.add_method meth
end

#parse_method_dummy(container) ⇒ Object

Parses a method that needs to be ignored.



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def parse_method_dummy container
  dummy = RDoc::Context.new
  dummy.parent = container
  dummy.store  = container.store
  skip_method dummy
end

#parse_method_name(container) ⇒ Object

Parses the name of a method in container.

Returns the method name, the container it is in (for def Foo.name) and if it is a singleton or regular method.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1380

def parse_method_name container # :nodoc:
  @scanner.lex_state = :EXPR_FNAME

  skip_tkspace
  name_t = get_tk
  back_tk = skip_tkspace
  singleton = false

  case dot = get_tk
  when TkDOT, TkCOLON2 then
    singleton = true

    name, container = parse_method_name_singleton container, name_t
  else
    unget_tk dot
    back_tk.reverse_each do |token|
      unget_tk token
    end

    name = parse_method_name_regular container, name_t
  end

  return name, container, singleton
end

#parse_method_name_regular(container, name_t) ⇒ Object

For the given container and initial name token name_t the method name is parsed from the token stream for a regular method.



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def parse_method_name_regular container, name_t # :nodoc:
  case name_t
  when TkSTAR, TkAMPER then
    name_t.text
  else
    unless name_t.respond_to? :name then
      warn "expected method name token, . or ::, got #{name_t.inspect}"
      skip_method container
      return
    end
    name_t.name
  end
end

#parse_method_name_singleton(container, name_t) ⇒ Object

For the given container and initial name token name_t the method name and the new container (if necessary) are parsed from the token stream for a singleton method.



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def parse_method_name_singleton container, name_t # :nodoc:
  @scanner.lex_state = :EXPR_FNAME
  skip_tkspace
  name_t2 = get_tk

  name =
    case name_t
    when TkSELF, TkMOD then
      case name_t2
        # NOTE: work around '[' being consumed early and not being re-tokenized
        # as a TkAREF
      when TkfLBRACK then
        get_tk
        '[]'
      else
        name_t2.name
      end
    when TkCONSTANT then
      name = name_t2.name

      container = get_method_container container, name_t

      return unless container

      name
    when TkIDENTIFIER, TkIVAR, TkGVAR then
      parse_method_dummy container

      nil
    when TkTRUE, TkFALSE, TkNIL then
      klass_name = "#{name_t.name.capitalize}Class"
      container = @store.find_class_named klass_name
      container ||= @top_level.add_class RDoc::NormalClass, klass_name

      name_t2.name
    else
      warn "unexpected method name token #{name_t.inspect}"
      # break
      skip_method container

      nil
    end

  return name, container
end

#parse_method_or_yield_parameters(method = nil, modifiers = RDoc::METHOD_MODIFIERS) ⇒ Object

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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1477

def parse_method_or_yield_parameters(method = nil,
                                     modifiers = RDoc::METHOD_MODIFIERS)
  skip_tkspace false
  tk = get_tk
  end_token = get_end_token tk
  return '' unless end_token

  nest = 0

  loop do
    case tk
    when TkSEMICOLON then
      break if nest == 0
    when TkLBRACE, TkfLBRACE then
      nest += 1
    when TkRBRACE then
      nest -= 1
      if nest <= 0
        # we might have a.each { |i| yield i }
        unget_tk(tk) if nest < 0
        break
      end
    when TkLPAREN, TkfLPAREN then
      nest += 1
    when end_token then
      if end_token == TkRPAREN
        nest -= 1
        break if nest <= 0
      else
        break unless @scanner.continue
      end
    when TkRPAREN then
      nest -= 1
    when method && method.block_params.nil? && TkCOMMENT then
      unget_tk tk
      read_documentation_modifiers method, modifiers
      @read.pop
    when TkCOMMENT then
      @read.pop
    when nil then
      break
    end
    tk = get_tk
  end

  get_tkread_clean(/\s+/, ' ')
end

#parse_method_parameters(method) ⇒ Object

Capture the method's parameters. Along the way, look for a comment containing:

# yields: ....

and add this as the block_params for the method



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1533

def parse_method_parameters method
  res = parse_method_or_yield_parameters method

  res = "(#{res})" unless res =~ /\A\(/
  method.params = res unless method.params

  return if  method.block_params

  skip_tkspace false
  read_documentation_modifiers method, RDoc::METHOD_MODIFIERS
end

#parse_method_params_and_body(container, single, meth, added_container) ⇒ Object

Parses the parameters and body of meth



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1336

def parse_method_params_and_body container, single, meth, added_container
  token_listener meth do
    @scanner.continue = false
    parse_method_parameters meth

    if meth.document_self or not @track_visibility then
      container.add_method meth
    elsif added_container then
      container.document_self = false
    end

    # Having now read the method parameters and documentation modifiers, we
    # now know whether we have to rename #initialize to ::new

    if meth.name == "initialize" && !meth.singleton then
      if meth.dont_rename_initialize then
        meth.visibility = :protected
      else
        meth.singleton = true
        meth.name = "new"
        meth.visibility = :public
      end
    end

    parse_statements container, single, meth
  end
end

#parse_module(container, single, tk, comment) ⇒ Object

Parses an RDoc::NormalModule in container with comment



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1548

def parse_module container, single, tk, comment
  container, name_t, = get_class_or_module container

  name = name_t.name

  mod = container.add_module RDoc::NormalModule, name
  mod.ignore unless container.document_children
  record_location mod

  read_documentation_modifiers mod, RDoc::CLASS_MODIFIERS
  mod.add_comment comment, @top_level
  parse_statements mod

  @stats.add_module mod
end

#parse_require(context, comment) ⇒ Object

Parses an RDoc::Require in context containing comment



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1567

def parse_require(context, comment)
  skip_tkspace_comment
  tk = get_tk

  if TkLPAREN === tk then
    skip_tkspace_comment
    tk = get_tk
  end

  name = tk.text if TkSTRING === tk

  if name then
    @top_level.add_require RDoc::Require.new(name, comment)
  else
    unget_tk tk
  end
end

#parse_rescueObject

Parses a rescue



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1588

def parse_rescue
  skip_tkspace false

  while tk = get_tk
    case tk
    when TkNL, TkSEMICOLON then
      break
    when TkCOMMA then
      skip_tkspace false

      get_tk if TkNL === peek_tk
    end

    skip_tkspace false
  end
end

#parse_statements(container, single = NORMAL, current_method = nil, comment = new_comment('')) ⇒ Object

The core of the Ruby parser.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1608

def parse_statements(container, single = NORMAL, current_method = nil,
                     comment = new_comment(''))
  raise 'no' unless RDoc::Comment === comment
  comment.force_encoding @encoding if @encoding

  nest = 1
  save_visibility = container.visibility

  non_comment_seen = true

  while tk = get_tk do
    keep_comment = false
    try_parse_comment = false

    non_comment_seen = true unless TkCOMMENT === tk

    case tk
    when TkNL then
      skip_tkspace
      tk = get_tk

      if TkCOMMENT === tk then
        if non_comment_seen then
          # Look for RDoc in a comment about to be thrown away
          non_comment_seen = parse_comment container, tk, comment unless
            comment.empty?

          comment = ''
          comment.force_encoding @encoding if @encoding
        end

        while TkCOMMENT === tk do
          comment << tk.text << "\n"

          tk = get_tk

          if TkNL === tk then
            skip_tkspace false # leading spaces
            tk = get_tk
          end
        end

        comment = new_comment comment

        unless comment.empty? then
          look_for_directives_in container, comment

          if container.done_documenting then
            throw :eof if RDoc::TopLevel === container
            container.ongoing_visibility = save_visibility
          end
        end

        keep_comment = true
      else
        non_comment_seen = true
      end

      unget_tk tk
      keep_comment = true

    when TkCLASS then
      parse_class container, single, tk, comment

    when TkMODULE then
      parse_module container, single, tk, comment

    when TkDEF then
      parse_method container, single, tk, comment

    when TkCONSTANT then
      unless parse_constant container, tk, comment, current_method then
        try_parse_comment = true
      end

    when TkALIAS then
      parse_alias container, single, tk, comment unless current_method

    when TkYIELD then
      if current_method.nil? then
        warn "Warning: yield outside of method" if container.document_self
      else
        parse_yield container, single, tk, current_method
      end

    # Until and While can have a 'do', which shouldn't increase the nesting.
    # We can't solve the general case, but we can handle most occurrences by
    # ignoring a do at the end of a line.

    when TkUNTIL, TkWHILE then
      nest += 1
      skip_optional_do_after_expression

    # 'for' is trickier
    when TkFOR then
      nest += 1
      skip_for_variable
      skip_optional_do_after_expression

    when TkCASE, TkDO, TkIF, TkUNLESS, TkBEGIN then
      nest += 1

    when TkSUPER then
      current_method.calls_super = true if current_method

    when TkRESCUE then
      parse_rescue

    when TkIDENTIFIER then
      if nest == 1 and current_method.nil? then
        keep_comment = parse_identifier container, single, tk, comment
      end

      case tk.name
      when "require" then
        parse_require container, comment
      when "include" then
        parse_extend_or_include RDoc::Include, container, comment
      when "extend" then
        parse_extend_or_include RDoc::Extend, container, comment
      end

    when TkEND then
      nest -= 1
      if nest == 0 then
        read_documentation_modifiers container, RDoc::CLASS_MODIFIERS
        container.ongoing_visibility = save_visibility

        parse_comment container, tk, comment unless comment.empty?

        return
      end
    else
      try_parse_comment = nest == 1
    end

    if try_parse_comment then
      non_comment_seen = parse_comment container, tk, comment unless
        comment.empty?

      keep_comment = false
    end

    unless keep_comment then
      comment = new_comment ''
      comment.force_encoding @encoding if @encoding
      container.params = nil
      container.block_params = nil
    end

    consume_trailing_spaces
  end

  container.params = nil
  container.block_params = nil
end

#parse_symbol_arg(no = nil) ⇒ Object

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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1768

def parse_symbol_arg(no = nil)
  skip_tkspace_comment

  case tk = get_tk
  when TkLPAREN
    parse_symbol_arg_paren no
  else
    parse_symbol_arg_space no, tk
  end
end

#parse_symbol_arg_paren(no) ⇒ Object

Parses up to no symbol arguments surrounded by () and places them in args.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1783

def parse_symbol_arg_paren no # :nodoc:
  args = []

  loop do
    skip_tkspace_comment
    if tk1 = parse_symbol_in_arg
      args.push tk1
      break if no and args.size >= no
    end

    skip_tkspace_comment
    case tk2 = get_tk
    when TkRPAREN
      break
    when TkCOMMA
    else
      warn("unexpected token: '#{tk2.inspect}'") if $DEBUG_RDOC
      break
    end
  end

  args
end

#parse_symbol_arg_space(no, tk) ⇒ Object

Parses up to no symbol arguments separated by spaces and places them in args.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1811

def parse_symbol_arg_space no, tk # :nodoc:
  args = []

  unget_tk tk
  if tk = parse_symbol_in_arg
    args.push tk
    return args if no and args.size >= no
  end

  loop do
    skip_tkspace false

    tk1 = get_tk
    unless TkCOMMA === tk1 then
      unget_tk tk1
      break
    end

    skip_tkspace_comment
    if tk = parse_symbol_in_arg
      args.push tk
      break if no and args.size >= no
    end
  end

  args
end

#parse_symbol_in_argObject

Returns symbol text from the next token



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1842

def parse_symbol_in_arg
  case tk = get_tk
  when TkSYMBOL
    tk.text.sub(/^:/, '')
  when TkSTRING
    eval @read[-1]
  when TkDSTRING, TkIDENTIFIER then
    nil # ignore
  else
    warn("Expected symbol or string, got #{tk.inspect}") if $DEBUG_RDOC
    nil
  end
end

#parse_top_level_statements(container) ⇒ Object

Parses statements in the top-level container



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1859

def parse_top_level_statements container
  comment = collect_first_comment

  look_for_directives_in container, comment

  throw :eof if container.done_documenting

  @markup = comment.format

  # HACK move if to RDoc::Context#comment=
  container.comment = comment if container.document_self unless comment.empty?

  parse_statements container, NORMAL, nil, comment
end

#parse_visibility(container, single, tk) ⇒ Object

Determines the visibility in container from tk



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def parse_visibility(container, single, tk)
  singleton = (single == SINGLE)

  vis_type, vis, singleton = get_visibility_information tk

  skip_tkspace_comment false

  case peek_tk
    # Ryan Davis suggested the extension to ignore modifiers, because he
    # often writes
    #
    #   protected unless $TESTING
    #
  when TkNL, TkUNLESS_MOD, TkIF_MOD, TkSEMICOLON then
    container.ongoing_visibility = vis
  else
    update_visibility container, vis_type, vis, singleton
  end
end

#parse_yield(context, single, tk, method) ⇒ Object

Determines the block parameter for context



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1900

def parse_yield(context, single, tk, method)
  return if method.block_params

  get_tkread
  @scanner.continue = false
  method.block_params = parse_method_or_yield_parameters
end

#read_directive(allowed) ⇒ Object

Directives are modifier comments that can appear after class, module, or method names. For example:

def fred # :yields: a, b

or:

class MyClass # :nodoc:

We return the directive name and any parameters as a two element array if the name is in allowed. A directive can be found anywhere up to the end of the current line.



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def read_directive allowed
  tokens = []

  while tk = get_tk do
    tokens << tk

    case tk
    when TkNL, TkDEF then
      return
    when TkCOMMENT then
      return unless tk.text =~ /\s*:?([\w-]+):\s*(.*)/

      directive = $1.downcase

      return [directive, $2] if allowed.include? directive

      return
    end
  end
ensure
  unless tokens.length == 1 and TkCOMMENT === tokens.first then
    tokens.reverse_each do |token|
      unget_tk token
    end
  end
end

#read_documentation_modifiers(context, allowed) ⇒ Object

Handles directives following the definition for context (any RDoc::CodeObject) if the directives are allowed at this point.

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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1955

def read_documentation_modifiers context, allowed
  directive, value = read_directive allowed

  return unless directive

  @preprocess.handle_directive '', directive, value, context do |dir, param|
    if %w[notnew not_new not-new].include? dir then
      context.dont_rename_initialize = true

      true
    end
  end
end

#record_location(container) ⇒ Object

Records the location of this container in the file for this parser and adds it to the list of classes and modules in the file.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1973

def record_location container # :nodoc:
  case container
  when RDoc::ClassModule then
    @top_level.add_to_classes_or_modules container
  end

  container.record_location @top_level
end

#remove_private_comments(comment) ⇒ Object

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def remove_private_comments comment
  comment.remove_private
end

#scanObject

Scans this Ruby file for Ruby constructs



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 1994

def scan
  reset

  catch :eof do
    begin
      parse_top_level_statements @top_level

    rescue StandardError => e
      bytes = ''

      20.times do @scanner.ungetc end
      count = 0
      60.times do |i|
        count = i
        byte = @scanner.getc
        break unless byte
        bytes << byte
      end
      count -= 20
      count.times do @scanner.ungetc end

      $stderr.puts <<-EOF

#{self.class} failure around line #{@scanner.line_no} of
#{@file_name}

      EOF

      unless bytes.empty? then
        $stderr.puts
        $stderr.puts bytes.inspect
      end

      raise e
    end
  end

  @top_level
end

#skip_for_variableObject

skip the var [in] part of a 'for' statement



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def skip_for_variable
  skip_tkspace false
  tk = get_tk
  skip_tkspace false
  tk = get_tk
  unget_tk(tk) unless TkIN === tk
end

#skip_method(container) ⇒ Object

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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 2090

def skip_method container
  meth = RDoc::AnyMethod.new "", "anon"
  parse_method_parameters meth
  parse_statements container, false, meth
end

#skip_optional_do_after_expressionObject

while, until, and for have an optional do



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def skip_optional_do_after_expression
  skip_tkspace false
  tk = get_tk
  end_token = get_end_token tk

  b_nest = 0
  nest = 0
  @scanner.continue = false

  loop do
    case tk
    when TkSEMICOLON then
      break if b_nest.zero?
    when TkLPAREN, TkfLPAREN then
      nest += 1
    when TkBEGIN then
      b_nest += 1
    when TkEND then
      b_nest -= 1
    when TkDO
      break if nest.zero?
    when end_token then
      if end_token == TkRPAREN
        nest -= 1
        break if @scanner.lex_state == :EXPR_END and nest.zero?
      else
        break unless @scanner.continue
      end
    when nil then
      break
    end
    tk = get_tk
  end

  skip_tkspace false

  get_tk if TkDO === peek_tk
end

#skip_tkspace_comment(skip_nl = true) ⇒ Object

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def skip_tkspace_comment(skip_nl = true)
  loop do
    skip_tkspace skip_nl
    return unless TkCOMMENT === peek_tk
    get_tk
  end
end

#stop_at_EXPR_ENDObject

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def stop_at_EXPR_END # :nodoc:
  @scanner.lex_state == :EXPR_END || !@scanner.continue
end

#suppress_parents(container, ancestor) ⇒ Object

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def suppress_parents container, ancestor # :nodoc:
  while container and container != ancestor do
    container.suppress unless container.documented?
    container = container.parent
  end
end

#update_visibility(container, vis_type, vis, singleton) ⇒ Object

Updates visibility in container from vis_type and vis.



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def update_visibility container, vis_type, vis, singleton # :nodoc:
  new_methods = []

  case vis_type
  when 'module_function' then
    args = parse_symbol_arg
    container.set_visibility_for args, :private, false

    container.methods_matching args do |m|
      s_m = m.dup
      record_location s_m
      s_m.singleton = true
      new_methods << s_m
    end
  when 'public_class_method', 'private_class_method' then
    args = parse_symbol_arg

    container.methods_matching args, true do |m|
      if m.parent != container then
        m = m.dup
        record_location m
        new_methods << m
      end

      m.visibility = vis
    end
  else
    args = parse_symbol_arg
    container.set_visibility_for args, vis, singleton
  end

  new_methods.each do |method|
    case method
    when RDoc::AnyMethod then
      container.add_method method
    when RDoc::Attr then
      container.add_attribute method
    end
    method.visibility = vis
  end
end

#warn(message) ⇒ Object

Prints message to $stderr unless we're being quiet



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# File 'lib/rdoc/parser/ruby.rb', line 2155

def warn message
  @options.warn make_message message
end