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  • rdoc/parser.rb
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  • rdoc/parser/changelog.rb
  • rdoc/parser/markdown.rb
  • rdoc/parser/rd.rb
  • rdoc/parser/ruby.rb
  • rdoc/parser/ruby_tools.rb
  • rdoc/parser/simple.rb
  • rdoc/parser/text.rb
  • rdoc/top_level.rb

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RDoc::Parser

A parser is simple a class that subclasses RDoc::Parser and implements scan to fill in an RDoc::TopLevel with parsed data.

The initialize method takes an RDoc::TopLevel to fill with parsed content, the name of the file to be parsed, the content of the file, an RDoc::Options object and an RDoc::Stats object to inform the user of parsed items. The scan method is then called to parse the file and must return the RDoc::TopLevel object. By calling super these items will be set for you.

In order to be used by RDoc the parser needs to register the file extensions it can parse. Use ::parse_files_matching to register extensions.

require 'rdoc'

class RDoc::Parser::Xyz < RDoc::Parser
  parse_files_matching /\.xyz$/

  def initialize top_level, file_name, content, options, stats
    super

    # extra initialization if needed
  end

  def scan
    # parse file and fill in @top_level
  end
end

Attributes

parsers[R]

An Array of arrays that maps file extension (or name) regular expressions to parser classes that will parse matching filenames.

Use ::parse_files_matching to register a parser’s file extensions.

file_name[R]

The name of the file being parsed

Public Class Methods

alias_extension(old_ext, new_ext) click to toggle source

Alias an extension to another extension. After this call, files ending “new_ext” will be parsed using the same parser as “old_ext”

 
               # File rdoc/parser.rb, line 56
def self.alias_extension(old_ext, new_ext)
  old_ext = old_ext.sub(/^\.(.*)/, '\1')
  new_ext = new_ext.sub(/^\.(.*)/, '\1')

  parser = can_parse_by_name "xxx.#{old_ext}"
  return false unless parser

  RDoc::Parser.parsers.unshift [/\.#{new_ext}$/, parser]

  true
end
            
binary?(file) click to toggle source

Determines if the file is a “binary” file which basically means it has content that an RDoc parser shouldn’t try to consume.

 
               # File rdoc/parser.rb, line 72
def self.binary?(file)
  return false if file =~ /\.(rdoc|txt)$/

  s = File.read(file, 1024) or return false

  have_encoding = s.respond_to? :encoding

  return true if s[0, 2] == Marshal.dump('')[0, 2] or s.index("\x00")

  if have_encoding then
    mode = "r"
    s.sub!(/\A#!.*\n/, '')     # assume shebang line isn't longer than 1024.
    encoding = s[/^\s*\#\s*(?:-\*-\s*)?(?:en)?coding:\s*([^\s;]+?)(?:-\*-|[\s;])/, 1]
    mode = "r:#{encoding}" if encoding
    s = File.open(file, mode) {|f| f.gets(nil, 1024)}

    not s.valid_encoding?
  else
    if 0.respond_to? :fdiv then
      s.count("\x00-\x7F", "^ -~\t\r\n").fdiv(s.size) > 0.3
    else # HACK 1.8.6
      (s.count("\x00-\x7F", "^ -~\t\r\n").to_f / s.size) > 0.3
    end
  end
end
            
can_parse(file_name) click to toggle source

Return a parser that can handle a particular extension

 
               # File rdoc/parser.rb, line 140
def self.can_parse file_name
  parser = can_parse_by_name file_name

  # HACK Selenium hides a jar file using a .txt extension
  return if parser == RDoc::Parser::Simple and zip? file_name

  parser
end
            
can_parse_by_name(file_name) click to toggle source

Returns a parser that can handle the extension for file_name. This does not depend upon the file being readable.

 
               # File rdoc/parser.rb, line 153
def self.can_parse_by_name file_name
  _, parser = RDoc::Parser.parsers.find { |regexp,| regexp =~ file_name }

  # The default parser must not parse binary files
  ext_name = File.extname file_name
  return parser if ext_name.empty?

  if parser == RDoc::Parser::Simple and ext_name !~ /txt|rdoc/ then
    case check_modeline file_name
    when nil, 'rdoc' then # continue
    else return nil
    end
  end

  parser
rescue Errno::EACCES
end
            
check_modeline(file_name) click to toggle source

Returns the file type from the modeline in file_name

 
               # File rdoc/parser.rb, line 174
def self.check_modeline file_name
  line = open file_name do |io|
    io.gets
  end

  /-\*-\s*(.*?\S)\s*-\*-/ =~ line

  return nil unless type = $1

  if /;/ =~ type then
    return nil unless /(?:\s|\A)mode:\s*([^\s;]+)/i =~ type
    type = $1
  end

  return nil if /coding:/i =~ type

  type.downcase
rescue ArgumentError # invalid byte sequence, etc.
end
            
for(top_level, file_name, content, options, stats) click to toggle source

Finds and instantiates the correct parser for the given file_name and content.

 
               # File rdoc/parser.rb, line 198
def self.for top_level, file_name, content, options, stats
  return if binary? file_name

  parser = use_markup content

  unless parser then
    parse_name = file_name

    # If no extension, look for shebang
    if file_name !~ /\.\w+$/ && content =~ %r{\A#!(.+)} then
      shebang = $1
      case shebang
      when %r{env\s+ruby}, %r{/ruby}
        parse_name = 'dummy.rb'
      end
    end

    parser = can_parse parse_name
  end

  return unless parser

  content = remove_modeline content

  parser.new top_level, file_name, content, options, stats
rescue SystemCallError
  nil
end
            
new(top_level, file_name, content, options, stats) click to toggle source

Creates a new Parser storing top_level, file_name, content, options and stats in instance variables. In +@preprocess+ an RDoc::Markup::PreProcess object is created which allows processing of directives.

 
               # File rdoc/parser.rb, line 283
def initialize top_level, file_name, content, options, stats
  @top_level = top_level
  @top_level.parser = self.class
  @store = @top_level.store

  @file_name = file_name
  @content = content
  @options = options
  @stats = stats

  @preprocess = RDoc::Markup::PreProcess.new @file_name, @options.rdoc_include
  @preprocess.options = @options
end
            
parse_files_matching(regexp) click to toggle source

Record which file types this parser can understand.

It is ok to call this multiple times.

 
               # File rdoc/parser.rb, line 232
def self.parse_files_matching(regexp)
  RDoc::Parser.parsers.unshift [regexp, self]
end
            
process_directive(code_object, directive, value) click to toggle source

Processes common directives for CodeObjects for the C and Ruby parsers.

Applies directive‘s value to code_object, if appropriate

 
               # File rdoc/parser.rb, line 103
def self.process_directive code_object, directive, value
  warn "RDoc::Parser::process_directive is deprecated and wil be removed in RDoc 4.  Use RDoc::Markup::PreProcess#handle_directive instead" if $-w

  case directive
  when 'nodoc' then
    code_object.document_self = nil # notify nodoc
    code_object.document_children = value.downcase != 'all'
  when 'doc' then
    code_object.document_self = true
    code_object.force_documentation = true
  when 'yield', 'yields' then
    # remove parameter &block
    code_object.params.sub!(/,?\s*&\w+/, '') if code_object.params

    code_object.block_params = value
  when 'arg', 'args' then
    code_object.params = value
  end
end
            
remove_modeline(content) click to toggle source

Removes an emacs-style modeline from the first line of the document

 
               # File rdoc/parser.rb, line 239
def self.remove_modeline content
  content.sub(/\A.*-\*-\s*(.*?\S)\s*-\*-.*\r?\n/, '')
end
            
use_markup(content) click to toggle source

If there is a markup: parser_name comment at the front of the file, use it to determine the parser. For example:

# markup: rdoc
# Class comment can go here

class C
end

The comment should appear as the first line of the content.

If the content contains a shebang or editor modeline the comment may appear on the second or third line.

Any comment style may be used to hide the markup comment.

 
               # File rdoc/parser.rb, line 260
def self.use_markup content
  markup = content.lines.first(3).grep(/markup:\s+(\w+)/) { $1 }.first

  return unless markup

  # TODO Ruby should be returned only when the filename is correct
  return RDoc::Parser::Ruby if %w[tomdoc markdown].include? markup

  markup = Regexp.escape markup

  _, selected = RDoc::Parser.parsers.find do |_, parser|
    /^#{markup}$/i =~ parser.name.sub(/.*:/, '')
  end

  selected
end
            
zip?(file) click to toggle source

Checks if file is a zip file in disguise. Signatures from www.garykessler.net/library/file_sigs.html

 
               # File rdoc/parser.rb, line 127
def self.zip? file
  zip_signature = File.read file, 4

  zip_signature == "PK\x03\x04" or
    zip_signature == "PK\x05\x06" or
    zip_signature == "PK\x07\x08"
rescue
  false
end
            

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