Class: RDoc::RDoc

Inherits:
Object
  • Object
show all
Defined in:
lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb

Overview

This is the driver for generating RDoc output. It handles file parsing and generation of output.

To use this class to generate RDoc output via the API, the recommended way is:

rdoc = RDoc::RDoc.new
options = rdoc.load_options # returns an RDoc::Options instance
# set extra options
rdoc.document options

You can also generate output like the rdoc executable:

rdoc = RDoc::RDoc.new
rdoc.document argv

Where argv is an array of strings, each corresponding to an argument you'd give rdoc on the command line. See <tt>rdoc –help<tt> for details.

Constant Summary collapse

GENERATORS =

This is the list of supported output generators

{}

Instance Attribute Summary collapse

Class Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Summary collapse

Constructor Details

#initializeRDoc

Creates a new RDoc::RDoc instance. Call #document to parse files and generate documentation.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 93

def initialize
  @current       = nil
  @exclude       = nil
  @generator     = nil
  @last_modified = {}
  @old_siginfo   = nil
  @options       = nil
  @stats         = nil
  @store         = nil
end

Instance Attribute Details

#excludeObject

File pattern to exclude



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 40

def exclude
  @exclude
end

#generatorObject

Generator instance used for creating output



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 45

def generator
  @generator
end

#last_modifiedObject (readonly)

Hash of files and their last modified times.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 50

def last_modified
  @last_modified
end

#optionsObject

RDoc options



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 55

def options
  @options
end

#statsObject (readonly)

Accessor for statistics. Available after each call to parse_files



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 60

def stats
  @stats
end

#storeObject

The current documentation store



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 65

def store
  @store
end

Class Method Details

.add_generator(klass) ⇒ Object

Add klass that can generate output after parsing



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 70

def self.add_generator(klass)
  name = klass.name.sub(/^RDoc::Generator::/, '').downcase
  GENERATORS[name] = klass
end

.currentObject

Active RDoc::RDoc instance



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 78

def self.current
  @current
end

.current=(rdoc) ⇒ Object

Sets the active RDoc::RDoc instance



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 85

def self.current= rdoc
  @current = rdoc
end

Instance Method Details

#document(options) ⇒ Object

Generates documentation or a coverage report depending upon the settings in options.

options can be either an RDoc::Options instance or an array of strings equivalent to the strings that would be passed on the command line like %w[-q -o doc -t My\ Doc\ Title]. #document will automatically call RDoc::Options#finish if an options instance was given.

For a list of options, see either RDoc::Options or rdoc --help.

By default, output will be stored in a directory called “doc” below the current directory, so make sure you're somewhere writable before invoking.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 456

def document options
  self.store = RDoc::Store.new

  if RDoc::Options === options then
    @options = options
    @options.finish
  else
    @options = load_options
    @options.parse options
  end

  if @options.pipe then
    handle_pipe
    exit
  end

  @exclude = @options.exclude

  unless @options.coverage_report then
    @last_modified = setup_output_dir @options.op_dir, @options.force_update
  end

  @store.encoding = @options.encoding if @options.respond_to? :encoding
  @store.dry_run  = @options.dry_run
  @store.main     = @options.main_page
  @store.title    = @options.title
  @store.path     = @options.op_dir

  @start_time = Time.now

  @store.load_cache

  file_info = parse_files @options.files

  @options.default_title = "RDoc Documentation"

  @store.complete @options.visibility

  @stats.coverage_level = @options.coverage_report

  if @options.coverage_report then
    puts

    puts @stats.report.accept RDoc::Markup::ToRdoc.new
  elsif file_info.empty? then
    $stderr.puts "\nNo newer files." unless @options.quiet
  else
    gen_klass = @options.generator

    @generator = gen_klass.new @store, @options

    generate
  end

  if @stats and (@options.coverage_report or not @options.quiet) then
    puts
    puts @stats.summary.accept RDoc::Markup::ToRdoc.new
  end

  exit @stats.fully_documented? if @options.coverage_report
end

#error(msg) ⇒ Object

Report an error message and exit

Raises:



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 107

def error(msg)
  raise RDoc::Error, msg
end

#gather_files(files) ⇒ Object

Gathers a set of parseable files from the files and directories listed in files.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 115

def gather_files files
  files = ["."] if files.empty?

  file_list = normalized_file_list files, true, @exclude

  file_list = file_list.uniq

  file_list = remove_unparseable file_list

  file_list.sort
end

#generateObject

Generates documentation for file_info (from #parse_files) into the output dir using the generator selected by the RDoc options



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 523

def generate
  Dir.chdir @options.op_dir do
    unless @options.quiet then
      $stderr.puts "\nGenerating #{@generator.class.name.sub(/^.*::/, '')} format into #{Dir.pwd}..."
    end

    @generator.generate
    update_output_dir '.', @start_time, @last_modified
  end
end

#handle_pipeObject

Turns RDoc from stdin into HTML



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 130

def handle_pipe
  @html = RDoc::Markup::ToHtml.new @options

  parser = RDoc::Text::MARKUP_FORMAT[@options.markup]

  document = parser.parse $stdin.read

  out = @html.convert document

  $stdout.write out
end

#install_siginfo_handlerObject

Installs a siginfo handler that prints the current filename.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 145

def install_siginfo_handler
  return unless Signal.list.include? 'INFO'

  @old_siginfo = trap 'INFO' do
    puts @current if @current
  end
end

#list_files_in_directory(dir) ⇒ Object

Return a list of the files to be processed in a directory. We know that this directory doesn't have a .document file, so we're looking for real files. However we may well contain subdirectories which must be tested for .document files.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 329

def list_files_in_directory dir
  files = Dir.glob File.join(dir, "*")

  normalized_file_list files, false, @options.exclude
end

#load_optionsObject

Loads options from .rdoc_options if the file exists, otherwise creates a new RDoc::Options instance.

Raises:



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 157

def load_options
  options_file = File.expand_path '.rdoc_options'
  return RDoc::Options.new unless File.exist? options_file

  RDoc.load_yaml

  parse_error = if Object.const_defined? :Psych then
                  Psych::SyntaxError
                else
                  ArgumentError
                end

  begin
    options = YAML.load_file '.rdoc_options'
  rescue *parse_error
  end

  raise RDoc::Error, "#{options_file} is not a valid rdoc options file" unless
    RDoc::Options === options

  options
end

#normalized_file_list(relative_files, force_doc = false, exclude_pattern = nil) ⇒ Object

Given a list of files and directories, create a list of all the Ruby files they contain.

If force_doc is true we always add the given files, if false, only add files that we guarantee we can parse. It is true when looking at files given on the command line, false when recursing through subdirectories.

The effect of this is that if you want a file with a non-standard extension parsed, you must name it explicitly.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 287

def normalized_file_list(relative_files, force_doc = false,
                         exclude_pattern = nil)
  file_list = []

  relative_files.each do |rel_file_name|
    next if rel_file_name.end_with? 'created.rid'
    next if exclude_pattern && exclude_pattern =~ rel_file_name
    stat = File.stat rel_file_name rescue next

    case type = stat.ftype
    when "file" then
      next if last_modified = @last_modified[rel_file_name] and
              stat.mtime.to_i <= last_modified.to_i

      if force_doc or RDoc::Parser.can_parse(rel_file_name) then
        file_list << rel_file_name.sub(/^\.\//, '')
        @last_modified[rel_file_name] = stat.mtime
      end
    when "directory" then
      next if rel_file_name == "CVS" || rel_file_name == ".svn"

      dot_doc = File.join rel_file_name, RDoc::DOT_DOC_FILENAME

      if File.file? dot_doc then
        file_list << parse_dot_doc_file(rel_file_name, dot_doc)
      else
        file_list << list_files_in_directory(rel_file_name)
      end
    else
      warn "rdoc can't parse the #{type} #{rel_file_name}"
    end
  end

  file_list.flatten
end

#output_flag_file(op_dir) ⇒ Object

Return the path name of the flag file in an output directory.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 252

def output_flag_file(op_dir)
  File.join op_dir, "created.rid"
end

#parse_dot_doc_file(in_dir, filename) ⇒ Object

The .document file contains a list of file and directory name patterns, representing candidates for documentation. It may also contain comments (starting with '#')



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 261

def parse_dot_doc_file in_dir, filename
  # read and strip comments
  patterns = File.read(filename).gsub(/#.*/, '')

  result = []

  patterns.split.each do |patt|
    candidates = Dir.glob(File.join(in_dir, patt))
    result.concat normalized_file_list(candidates)
  end

  result
end

#parse_file(filename) ⇒ Object

Parses filename and returns an RDoc::TopLevel



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 338

def parse_file filename
  if defined?(Encoding) then
    encoding = @options.encoding
    filename = filename.encode encoding
  end

  @stats.add_file filename

  return if RDoc::Parser.binary? filename

  content = RDoc::Encoding.read_file filename, encoding

  return unless content

  filename_path = Pathname(filename).expand_path
  relative_path = filename_path.relative_path_from @options.root

  if @options.page_dir and
     relative_path.to_s.start_with? @options.page_dir.to_s then
    relative_path =
      relative_path.relative_path_from @options.page_dir
  end

  top_level = @store.add_file filename, relative_path.to_s

  parser = RDoc::Parser.for top_level, filename, content, @options, @stats

  return unless parser

  parser.scan

  # restart documentation for the classes & modules found
  top_level.classes_or_modules.each do |cm|
    cm.done_documenting = false
  end

  top_level

rescue Errno::EACCES => e
  $stderr.puts <<-EOF
Unable to read #{filename}, #{e.message}

Please check the permissions for this file.  Perhaps you do not have access to
it or perhaps the original author's permissions are to restrictive.  If the
this is not your library please report a bug to the author.
  EOF
rescue => e
  $stderr.puts <<-EOF
Before reporting this, could you check that the file you're documenting
has proper syntax:

#{Gem.ruby} -c #{filename}

RDoc is not a full Ruby parser and will fail when fed invalid ruby programs.

The internal error was:

\t(#{e.class}) #{e.message}

  EOF

  $stderr.puts e.backtrace.join("\n\t") if $DEBUG_RDOC

  raise e
  nil
end

#parse_files(files) ⇒ Object

Parse each file on the command line, recursively entering directories.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 408

def parse_files files
  file_list = gather_files files
  @stats = RDoc::Stats.new @store, file_list.length, @options.verbosity

  return [] if file_list.empty?

  file_info = []

  @stats.begin_adding

  file_info = file_list.map do |filename|
    @current = filename
    parse_file filename
  end.compact

  @stats.done_adding

  file_info
end

#remove_siginfo_handlerObject

Removes a siginfo handler and replaces the previous



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 537

def remove_siginfo_handler
  return unless Signal.list.key? 'INFO'

  handler = @old_siginfo || 'DEFAULT'

  trap 'INFO', handler
end

#remove_unparseable(files) ⇒ Object

Removes file extensions known to be unparseable from files and TAGS files for emacs and vim.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 432

def remove_unparseable files
  files.reject do |file|
    file =~ /\.(?:class|eps|erb|scpt\.txt|ttf|yml)$/i or
      (file =~ /tags$/i and
       open(file, 'rb') { |io|
         io.read(100) =~ /\A(\f\n[^,]+,\d+$|!_TAG_)/
       })
  end
end

#setup_output_dir(dir, force) ⇒ Object

Create an output dir if it doesn't exist. If it does exist, but doesn't contain the flag file created.rid then we refuse to use it, as we may clobber some manually generated documentation



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 185

def setup_output_dir(dir, force)
  flag_file = output_flag_file dir

  last = {}

  if @options.dry_run then
    # do nothing
  elsif File.exist? dir then
    error "#{dir} exists and is not a directory" unless File.directory? dir

    begin
      open flag_file do |io|
        unless force then
          Time.parse io.gets

          io.each do |line|
            file, time = line.split "\t", 2
            time = Time.parse(time) rescue next
            last[file] = time
          end
        end
      end
    rescue SystemCallError, TypeError
      error <<-ERROR

Directory #{dir} already exists, but it looks like it isn't an RDoc directory.

Because RDoc doesn't want to risk destroying any of your existing files,
you'll need to specify a different output directory name (using the --op <dir>
option)

      ERROR
    end unless @options.force_output
  else
    FileUtils.mkdir_p dir
    FileUtils.touch flag_file
  end

  last
end

#update_output_dir(op_dir, time, last = {}) ⇒ Object

Update the flag file in an output directory.



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# File 'lib/rdoc/rdoc.rb', line 238

def update_output_dir(op_dir, time, last = {})
  return if @options.dry_run or not @options.update_output_dir

  open output_flag_file(op_dir), "w" do |f|
    f.puts time.rfc2822
    last.each do |n, t|
      f.puts "#{n}\t#{t.rfc2822}"
    end
  end
end