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Gem::Dependency

Constants

TYPES

Valid dependency types.

Attributes

name[RW]

Dependency name or regular expression.

prerelease[W]

Allows you to force this dependency to be a prerelease.

Public Class Methods

new(name, *requirements) click to toggle source

Constructs a dependency with name and requirements. The last argument can optionally be the dependency type, which defaults to :runtime.

 
               # File rubygems/dependency.rb, line 37
def initialize name, *requirements
  case name
  when String then # ok
  when Regexp then
    msg = ["NOTE: Dependency.new w/ a regexp is deprecated.",
           "Dependency.new called from #{Gem.location_of_caller.join(":")}"]
    warn msg.join("\n") unless Gem::Deprecate.skip
  else
    raise ArgumentError,
          "dependency name must be a String, was #{name.inspect}"
  end

  type         = Symbol === requirements.last ? requirements.pop : :runtime
  requirements = requirements.first if 1 == requirements.length # unpack

  unless TYPES.include? type
    raise ArgumentError, "Valid types are #{TYPES.inspect}, " +
                         "not #{type.inspect}"
  end

  @name        = name
  @requirement = Gem::Requirement.create requirements
  @type        = type
  @prerelease  = false

  # This is for Marshal backwards compatibility. See the comments in
  # +requirement+ for the dirty details.

  @version_requirements = @requirement
end
            

Public Instance Methods

<=>(other) click to toggle source

Dependencies are ordered by name.

 
               # File rubygems/dependency.rb, line 178
def <=> other
  self.name <=> other.name
end
            
=~(other) click to toggle source

Uses this dependency as a pattern to compare to other. This dependency will match if the name matches the other’s name, and other has only an equal version requirement that satisfies this dependency.

 
               # File rubygems/dependency.rb, line 188
def =~ other
  unless Gem::Dependency === other
    return unless other.respond_to?(:name) && other.respond_to?(:version)
    other = Gem::Dependency.new other.name, other.version
  end

  return false unless name === other.name

  reqs = other.requirement.requirements

  return false unless reqs.length == 1
  return false unless reqs.first.first == '='

  version = reqs.first.last

  requirement.satisfied_by? version
end
            
latest_version?() click to toggle source

Is this dependency simply asking for the latest version of a gem?

 
               # File rubygems/dependency.rb, line 97
def latest_version?
  @requirement.none?
end
            
match?(obj, version=nil) click to toggle source

DOC: this method needs either documented or :nodoc’d

 
               # File rubygems/dependency.rb, line 208
def match? obj, version=nil
  if !version
    name = obj.name
    version = obj.version
  else
    name = obj
  end

  return false unless self.name === name
  return true if requirement.none?

  requirement.satisfied_by? Gem::Version.new(version)
end
            
matches_spec?(spec) click to toggle source

DOC: this method needs either documented or :nodoc’d

 
               # File rubygems/dependency.rb, line 224
def matches_spec? spec
  return false unless name === spec.name
  return true  if requirement.none?

  requirement.satisfied_by?(spec.version)
end
            
matching_specs(platform_only = false) click to toggle source

DOC: this method needs either documented or :nodoc’d

 
               # File rubygems/dependency.rb, line 252
def matching_specs platform_only = false
  matches = Gem::Specification.find_all { |spec|
    self.name === spec.name and # TODO: == instead of ===
      requirement.satisfied_by? spec.version
  }

  if platform_only
    matches.reject! { |spec|
      not Gem::Platform.match spec.platform
    }
  end

  matches = matches.sort_by { |s| s.sort_obj } # HACK: shouldn't be needed
end
            
merge(other) click to toggle source

Merges the requirements of other into this dependency

 
               # File rubygems/dependency.rb, line 234
def merge other
  unless name == other.name then
    raise ArgumentError,
          "#{self} and #{other} have different names"
  end

  default = Gem::Requirement.default
  self_req  = self.requirement
  other_req = other.requirement

  return self.class.new name, self_req  if other_req == default
  return self.class.new name, other_req if self_req  == default

  self.class.new name, self_req.as_list.concat(other_req.as_list)
end
            
prerelease?() click to toggle source

Does this dependency require a prerelease?

 
               # File rubygems/dependency.rb, line 89
def prerelease?
  @prerelease || requirement.prerelease?
end
            
requirement() click to toggle source

What does this dependency require?

 
               # File rubygems/dependency.rb, line 119
def requirement
  return @requirement if defined?(@requirement) and @requirement

  # @version_requirements and @version_requirement are legacy ivar
  # names, and supported here because older gems need to keep
  # working and Dependency doesn't implement marshal_dump and
  # marshal_load. In a happier world, this would be an
  # attr_accessor. The horrifying instance_variable_get you see
  # below is also the legacy of some old restructurings.
  #
  # Note also that because of backwards compatibility (loading new
  # gems in an old RubyGems installation), we can't add explicit
  # marshaling to this class until we want to make a big
  # break. Maybe 2.0.
  #
  # Children, define explicit marshal and unmarshal behavior for
  # public classes. Marshal formats are part of your public API.

  # REFACTOR: See above

  if defined?(@version_requirement) && @version_requirement
    version = @version_requirement.instance_variable_get :@version
    @version_requirement  = nil
    @version_requirements = Gem::Requirement.new version
  end

  @requirement = @version_requirements if defined?(@version_requirements)
end
            
requirements_list() click to toggle source

DOC: this method needs documentation or :nodoc”d

 
               # File rubygems/dependency.rb, line 149
def requirements_list
  requirement.as_list
end
            
specific?() click to toggle source

True if the dependency will not always match the latest version.

 
               # File rubygems/dependency.rb, line 270
def specific?
  @requirement.specific?
end
            
to_spec() click to toggle source

DOC: this method needs either documented or :nodoc’d

 
               # File rubygems/dependency.rb, line 306
def to_spec
  matches = self.to_specs

  matches.find { |spec| spec.activated? } or matches.last
end
            
to_specs() click to toggle source

DOC: this method needs either documented or :nodoc’d

 
               # File rubygems/dependency.rb, line 276
def to_specs
  matches = matching_specs true

  # TODO: check Gem.activated_spec[self.name] in case matches falls outside

  if matches.empty? then
    specs = Gem::Specification.find_all { |s|
              s.name == name
            }.map { |x| x.full_name }

    if specs.empty?
      total = Gem::Specification.to_a.size
      error = Gem::LoadError.new            "Could not find '#{name}' (#{requirement}) among #{total} total gem(s)"
    else
      error = Gem::LoadError.new            "Could not find '#{name}' (#{requirement}) - did find: [#{specs.join ','}]"
    end
    error.name        = self.name
    error.requirement = self.requirement
    raise error
  end

  # TODO: any other resolver validations should go here

  matches
end
            
type() click to toggle source

Dependency type.

 
               # File rubygems/dependency.rb, line 164
def type
  @type ||= :runtime
end
            

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