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Gem::Validator

Validator performs various gem file and gem database validation

Constants

ErrorData

Public Instance Methods

alien(gems=[]) click to toggle source

Checks the gem directory for the following potential inconsistencies/problems:

  • Checksum gem itself

  • For each file in each gem, check consistency of installed versions

  • Check for files that aren’t part of the gem but are in the gems directory

  • 1 cache - 1 spec - 1 directory.

returns a hash of ErrorData objects, keyed on the problem gem’s name.

 
               # File rubygems/validator.rb, line 88
def alien(gems=[])
  errors = Hash.new { |h,k| h[k] = {} }

  Gem::SourceIndex.from_installed_gems.each do |gem_name, gem_spec|
    next unless gems.include? gem_spec.name unless gems.empty?

    install_dir = gem_spec.installation_path
    gem_path = File.join install_dir, "cache", gem_spec.file_name
    spec_path = File.join install_dir, "specifications", gem_spec.spec_name
    gem_directory = gem_spec.full_gem_path

    unless File.directory? gem_directory then
      errors[gem_name][gem_spec.full_name] =
        "Gem registered but doesn't exist at #{gem_directory}"
      next
    end

    unless File.exist? spec_path then
      errors[gem_name][spec_path] = "Spec file missing for installed gem"
    end

    begin
      verify_gem_file(gem_path)

      good, gone, unreadable = nil, nil, nil, nil

      open gem_path, Gem.binary_mode do |file|
        format = Gem::Format.from_file_by_path(gem_path)

        good, gone = format.file_entries.partition { |entry, _|
          File.exist? File.join(gem_directory, entry['path'])
        }

        gone.map! { |entry, _| entry['path'] }
        gone.sort.each do |path|
          errors[gem_name][path] = "Missing file"
        end

        good, unreadable = good.partition { |entry, _|
          File.readable? File.join(gem_directory, entry['path'])
        }

        unreadable.map! { |entry, _| entry['path'] }
        unreadable.sort.each do |path|
          errors[gem_name][path] = "Unreadable file"
        end

        good.each do |entry, data|
          begin
            next unless data # HACK `gem check -a mkrf`

            open File.join(gem_directory, entry['path']), Gem.binary_mode do |f|
              unless Digest::MD5.hexdigest(f.read).to_s ==
                  Digest::MD5.hexdigest(data).to_s then
                errors[gem_name][entry['path']] = "Modified from original"
              end
            end
          end
        end
      end

      installed_files = find_files_for_gem(gem_directory)
      good.map! { |entry, _| entry['path'] }
      extras = installed_files - good - unreadable

      extras.each do |extra|
        errors[gem_name][extra] = "Extra file"
      end
    rescue Gem::VerificationError => e
      errors[gem_name][gem_path] = e.message
    end
  end

  errors.each do |name, subhash|
    errors[name] = subhash.map { |path, msg| ErrorData.new(path, msg) }
  end

  errors
end
            
remove_leading_dot_dir(path) click to toggle source
 
               # File rubygems/validator.rb, line 241
def remove_leading_dot_dir(path)
  path.sub(/^\.\//, "")
end
            
unit_test(gem_spec) click to toggle source
if RUBY_VERSION < '1.9' then
  class TestRunner
    def initialize(suite, ui)
      @suite = suite
      @ui = ui
    end

    def self.run(suite, ui)
      require 'test/unit/ui/testrunnermediator'
      return new(suite, ui).start
    end

    def start
      @mediator = Test::Unit::UI::TestRunnerMediator.new(@suite)
      @mediator.add_listener(Test::Unit::TestResult::FAULT, &method(:add_fault))
      return @mediator.run_suite
    end

    def add_fault(fault)
      if Gem.configuration.verbose then
        @ui.say fault.long_display
      end
    end
  end

  autoload :TestRunner, 'test/unit/ui/testrunnerutilities'
end

## # Runs unit tests for a given gem specification

 
               # File rubygems/validator.rb, line 201
  def unit_test(gem_spec)
    start_dir = Dir.pwd
    Dir.chdir(gem_spec.full_gem_path)
    $: << gem_spec.full_gem_path
    # XXX: why do we need this gem_spec when we've already got 'spec'?
    test_files = gem_spec.test_files

    if test_files.empty? then
      say "There are no unit tests to run for #{gem_spec.full_name}"
      return nil
    end

    gem gem_spec.name, "= #{gem_spec.version.version}"

    test_files.each do |f| require f end

    if RUBY_VERSION < '1.9' then
      suite = Test::Unit::TestSuite.new("#{gem_spec.name}-#{gem_spec.version}")

      ObjectSpace.each_object(Class) do |klass|
        suite << klass.suite if (klass < Test::Unit::TestCase)
      end

      result = TestRunner.run suite, ui

      alert_error result.to_s unless result.passed?
    else
      result = MiniTest::Unit.new
      result.run
    end
    result = MiniTest::Unit.new
    result.run

    result
  ensure
    Dir.chdir(start_dir)
  end
            
verify_gem(gem_data) click to toggle source

Given a gem file’s contents, validates against its own MD5 checksum

gem_data
String

Contents of the gem file

 
               # File rubygems/validator.rb, line 30
def verify_gem(gem_data)
  raise Gem::VerificationError, 'empty gem file' if gem_data.size == 0

  unless gem_data =~ /MD5SUM/ then
    return # Don't worry about it...this sucks.  Need to fix MD5 stuff for
    # new format
    # FIXME
  end

  sum_data = gem_data.gsub(/MD5SUM = "([a-z0-9]+)"/,
                           "MD5SUM = \"#{"F" * 32}\"")

  unless Digest::MD5.hexdigest(sum_data) == $1.to_s then
    raise Gem::VerificationError, 'invalid checksum for gem file'
  end
end
            
verify_gem_file(gem_path) click to toggle source

Given the path to a gem file, validates against its own MD5 checksum

gem_path
String

Path to gem file

 
               # File rubygems/validator.rb, line 52
def verify_gem_file(gem_path)
  open gem_path, Gem.binary_mode do |file|
    gem_data = file.read
    verify_gem gem_data
  end
rescue Errno::ENOENT, Errno::EINVAL
  raise Gem::VerificationError, "missing gem file #{gem_path}"
end
            

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