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Gem::Commands::GenerateIndexCommand

Generates a index files for use as a gem server.

See `gem help generate_index`

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               # File rubygems/commands/generate_index_command.rb, line 11
def initialize
  super 'generate_index',
        'Generates the index files for a gem server directory',
        :directory => '.', :build_modern => true

  add_option '-d', '--directory=DIRNAME',
             'repository base dir containing gems subdir' do |dir, options|
    options[:directory] = File.expand_path dir
  end

  add_option '--[no-]modern',
             'Generate indexes for RubyGems',
             '(always true)' do |value, options|
    options[:build_modern] = value
  end

  add_option '--update',
             'Update modern indexes with gems added',
             'since the last update' do |value, options|
    options[:update] = value
  end
end
            

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               # File rubygems/commands/generate_index_command.rb, line 64
def execute
  # This is always true becasue it's the only way now.
  options[:build_modern] = true

  if not File.exist?(options[:directory]) or
     not File.directory?(options[:directory]) then
    alert_error "unknown directory name #{directory}."
    terminate_interaction 1
  else
    indexer = Gem::Indexer.new options.delete(:directory), options

    if options[:update] then
      indexer.update_index
    else
      indexer.generate_index
    end
  end
end
            

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