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Gem::Commands::LockCommand

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new() click to toggle source
 
               # File rubygems/commands/lock_command.rb, line 5
def initialize
  super 'lock', 'Generate a lockdown list of gems',
        :strict => false

  add_option '-s', '--[no-]strict',
             'fail if unable to satisfy a dependency' do |strict, options|
    options[:strict] = strict
  end
end
            

Public Instance Methods

complain(message) click to toggle source
 
               # File rubygems/commands/lock_command.rb, line 60
def complain(message)
  if options[:strict] then
    raise Gem::Exception, message
  else
    say "# #{message}"
  end
end
            
execute() click to toggle source
 
               # File rubygems/commands/lock_command.rb, line 68
def execute
  say "require 'rubygems'"

  locked = {}

  pending = options[:args]

  until pending.empty? do
    full_name = pending.shift

    spec = Gem::SourceIndex.load_specification spec_path(full_name)

    if spec.nil? then
      complain "Could not find gem #{full_name}, try using the full name"
      next
    end

    say "gem '#{spec.name}', '= #{spec.version}'" unless locked[spec.name]
    locked[spec.name] = true

    spec.runtime_dependencies.each do |dep|
      next if locked[dep.name]
      candidates = Gem.source_index.search dep

      if candidates.empty? then
        complain "Unable to satisfy '#{dep}' from currently installed gems"
      else
        pending << candidates.last.full_name
      end
    end
  end
end
            
spec_path(gem_full_name) click to toggle source
 
               # File rubygems/commands/lock_command.rb, line 101
def spec_path(gem_full_name)
  gemspecs = Gem.path.map do |path|
    File.join path, "specifications", "#{gem_full_name}.gemspec"
  end

  gemspecs.find { |gemspec| File.exist? gemspec }
end
            

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