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RDoc::RI::Driver

The RI driver implements the command-line ri tool.

The driver supports:

  • loading RI data from:

    • Ruby’s standard library

    • RubyGems

    • ~/.rdoc

    • A user-supplied directory

  • Paging output (uses RI_PAGER environment variable, PAGER environment variable or the less, more and pager programs)

  • Interactive mode with tab-completion

  • Abbreviated names (ri Zl shows Zlib documentation)

  • Colorized output

  • Merging output from multiple RI data sources

Attributes

show_all[RW]

Show all method documentation following a class or module

stores[RW]

An RDoc::RI::Store for each entry in the RI path

use_stdout[RW]

Controls the user of the pager vs $stdout

Public Class Methods

default_options() click to toggle source

Default options for ri

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 77
def self.default_options
  options = {}
  options[:interactive] = false
  options[:profile]     = false
  options[:show_all]    = false
  options[:use_cache]   = true
  options[:use_stdout]  = !$stdout.tty?
  options[:width]       = 72

  # By default all standard paths are used.
  options[:use_system]     = true
  options[:use_site]       = true
  options[:use_home]       = true
  options[:use_gems]       = true
  options[:extra_doc_dirs] = []

  return options
end
            
dump(data_path) click to toggle source

Dump data_path using pp

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 99
def self.dump data_path
  require 'pp'

  open data_path, 'rb' do |io|
    pp Marshal.load(io.read)
  end
end
            
new(initial_options = {}) click to toggle source

Creates a new driver using initial_options from ::process_args

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 369
def initialize initial_options = {}
  @paging = false
  @classes = nil

  options = self.class.default_options.update(initial_options)

  @formatter_klass = options[:formatter]

  require 'profile' if options[:profile]

  @names = options[:names]
  @list = options[:list]

  @doc_dirs = []
  @stores   = []

  RDoc::RI::Paths.each(options[:use_system], options[:use_site],
                       options[:use_home], options[:use_gems],
                       *options[:extra_doc_dirs]) do |path, type|
    @doc_dirs << path

    store = RDoc::RI::Store.new path, type
    store.load_cache
    @stores << store
  end

  @list_doc_dirs = options[:list_doc_dirs]

  @interactive = options[:interactive]
  @server      = options[:server]
  @use_stdout  = options[:use_stdout]
  @show_all    = options[:show_all]

  # pager process for jruby
  @jruby_pager_process = nil
end
            
process_args(argv) click to toggle source

Parses argv and returns a Hash of options

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 110
  def self.process_args argv
    options = default_options

    opts = OptionParser.new do |opt|
      opt.accept File do |file,|
        File.readable?(file) and not File.directory?(file) and file
      end

      opt.program_name = File.basename $0
      opt.version = RDoc::VERSION
      opt.release = nil
      opt.summary_indent = ' ' * 4

      opt.banner = <<-EOT
Usage: #{opt.program_name} [options] [names...]

Where name can be:

  Class | Module | Module::Class

  Class::method | Class#method | Class.method | method

  gem_name: | gem_name:README | gem_name:History

All class names may be abbreviated to their minimum unambiguous form. If a name
is ambiguous, all valid options will be listed.

A '.' matches either class or instance methods, while #method
matches only instance and ::method matches only class methods.

README and other files may be displayed by prefixing them with the gem name
they're contained in.  If the gem name is followed by a ':' all files in the
gem will be shown.  The file name extension may be omitted where it is
unambiguous.

For example:

    #{opt.program_name} Fil
    #{opt.program_name} File
    #{opt.program_name} File.new
    #{opt.program_name} zip
    #{opt.program_name} rdoc:README

Note that shell quoting or escaping may be required for method names containing
punctuation:

    #{opt.program_name} 'Array.[]'
    #{opt.program_name} compact\\!

To see the default directories ri will search, run:

    #{opt.program_name} --list-doc-dirs

Specifying the --system, --site, --home, --gems or --doc-dir options will
limit ri to searching only the specified directories.

ri options may be set in the 'RI' environment variable.

The ri pager can be set with the 'RI_PAGER' environment variable or the
'PAGER' environment variable.
      EOT

      opt.separator nil
      opt.separator "Options:"

      opt.separator nil

      opt.on("--[no-]interactive", "-i",
             "In interactive mode you can repeatedly",
             "look up methods with autocomplete.") do |interactive|
        options[:interactive] = interactive
      end

      opt.separator nil

      opt.on("--[no-]all", "-a",
             "Show all documentation for a class or",
             "module.") do |show_all|
        options[:show_all] = show_all
      end

      opt.separator nil

      opt.on("--[no-]list", "-l",
             "List classes ri knows about.") do |list|
        options[:list] = list
      end

      opt.separator nil

      opt.on("--[no-]pager",
             "Send output directly to stdout,",
             "rather than to a pager.") do |use_pager|
        options[:use_stdout] = !use_pager
      end

      opt.separator nil

      opt.on("-T",
             "Synonym for --no-pager") do
        options[:use_stdout] = true
      end

      opt.separator nil

      opt.on("--width=WIDTH", "-w", OptionParser::DecimalInteger,
             "Set the width of the output.") do |width|
        options[:width] = width
      end

      opt.separator nil

      opt.on("--server [PORT]", Integer,
             "Run RDoc server on the given port.",
             "The default port is 8214.") do |port|
        options[:server] = port || 8214
      end

      opt.separator nil

      formatters = RDoc::Markup.constants.grep(/^To[A-Z][a-z]+$/).sort
      formatters = formatters.sort.map do |formatter|
        formatter.to_s.sub('To', '').downcase
      end
      formatters -= %w[html label test] # remove useless output formats

      opt.on("--format=NAME", "-f",
             "Uses the selected formatter. The default",
             "formatter is bs for paged output and ansi",
             "otherwise. Valid formatters are:",
             formatters.join(' '), formatters) do |value|
        options[:formatter] = RDoc::Markup.const_get "To#{value.capitalize}"
      end

      opt.separator nil
      opt.separator "Data source options:"
      opt.separator nil

      opt.on("--[no-]list-doc-dirs",
             "List the directories from which ri will",
             "source documentation on stdout and exit.") do |list_doc_dirs|
        options[:list_doc_dirs] = list_doc_dirs
      end

      opt.separator nil

      opt.on("--doc-dir=DIRNAME", "-d", Array,
             "List of directories from which to source",
             "documentation in addition to the standard",
             "directories.  May be repeated.") do |value|
        value.each do |dir|
          unless File.directory? dir then
            raise OptionParser::InvalidArgument, "#{dir} is not a directory"
          end

          options[:extra_doc_dirs] << File.expand_path(dir)
        end
      end

      opt.separator nil

      opt.on("--no-standard-docs",
             "Do not include documentation from",
             "the Ruby standard library, site_lib,",
             "installed gems, or ~/.rdoc.",
             "Use with --doc-dir") do
        options[:use_system] = false
        options[:use_site] = false
        options[:use_gems] = false
        options[:use_home] = false
      end

      opt.separator nil

      opt.on("--[no-]system",
             "Include documentation from Ruby's standard",
             "library.  Defaults to true.") do |value|
        options[:use_system] = value
      end

      opt.separator nil

      opt.on("--[no-]site",
             "Include documentation from libraries",
             "installed in site_lib.",
             "Defaults to true.") do |value|
        options[:use_site] = value
      end

      opt.separator nil

      opt.on("--[no-]gems",
             "Include documentation from RubyGems.",
             "Defaults to true.") do |value|
        options[:use_gems] = value
      end

      opt.separator nil

      opt.on("--[no-]home",
             "Include documentation stored in ~/.rdoc.",
             "Defaults to true.") do |value|
        options[:use_home] = value
      end

      opt.separator nil
      opt.separator "Debug options:"
      opt.separator nil

      opt.on("--[no-]profile",
             "Run with the ruby profiler") do |value|
        options[:profile] = value
      end

      opt.separator nil

      opt.on("--dump=CACHE", File,
             "Dumps data from an ri cache or data file") do |value|
        options[:dump_path] = value
      end
    end

    argv = ENV['RI'].to_s.split.concat argv

    opts.parse! argv

    options[:names] = argv

    options[:use_stdout] ||= !$stdout.tty?
    options[:use_stdout] ||= options[:interactive]
    options[:width] ||= 72

    options

  rescue OptionParser::InvalidArgument, OptionParser::InvalidOption => e
    puts opts
    puts
    puts e
    exit 1
  end
            
run(argv = ARGV) click to toggle source

Runs the ri command line executable using argv

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 354
def self.run argv = ARGV
  options = process_args argv

  if options[:dump_path] then
    dump options[:dump_path]
    return
  end

  ri = new options
  ri.run
end
            

Public Instance Methods

add_also_in(out, also_in) click to toggle source

Adds paths for undocumented classes also_in to out

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 409
def add_also_in out, also_in
  return if also_in.empty?

  out << RDoc::Markup::Rule.new(1)
  out << RDoc::Markup::Paragraph.new("Also found in:")

  paths = RDoc::Markup::Verbatim.new
  also_in.each do |store|
    paths.parts.push store.friendly_path, "\n"
  end
  out << paths
end
            
add_class(out, name, classes) click to toggle source

Adds a class header to out for class name which is described in classes.

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 426
def add_class out, name, classes
  heading = if classes.all? { |klass| klass.module? } then
              name
            else
              superclass = classes.map do |klass|
                klass.superclass unless klass.module?
              end.compact.shift || 'Object'

              superclass = superclass.full_name unless String === superclass

              "#{name} < #{superclass}"
            end

  out << RDoc::Markup::Heading.new(1, heading)
  out << RDoc::Markup::BlankLine.new
end
            
add_extends(out, extends) click to toggle source

Adds extends to out

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 453
def add_extends out, extends
  add_extension_modules out, 'Extended by', extends
end
            
add_extension_modules(out, type, extensions) click to toggle source

Adds a list of extensions to this module of the given type to out. #add_includes and #add_extends call this, so you should use those directly.

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 461
def add_extension_modules out, type, extensions
  return if extensions.empty?

  out << RDoc::Markup::Rule.new(1)
  out << RDoc::Markup::Heading.new(1, "#{type}:")

  extensions.each do |modules, store|
    if modules.length == 1 then
      add_extension_modules_single out, store, modules.first
    else
      add_extension_modules_multiple out, store, modules
    end
  end
end
            
add_from(out, store) click to toggle source

Adds “(from …)” to out for store

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 446
def add_from out, store
  out << RDoc::Markup::Paragraph.new("(from #{store.friendly_path})")
end
            
add_includes(out, includes) click to toggle source

Adds includes to out

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 520
def add_includes out, includes
  add_extension_modules out, 'Includes', includes
end
            
add_method(out, name) click to toggle source

Looks up the method name and adds it to out

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 527
def add_method out, name
  filtered   = lookup_method name

  method_out = method_document name, filtered

  out.concat method_out.parts
end
            
add_method_documentation(out, klass) click to toggle source

Adds documentation for all methods in klass to out

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 538
def add_method_documentation out, klass
  klass.method_list.each do |method|
    begin
      add_method out, method.full_name
    rescue NotFoundError
      next
    end
  end
end
            
add_method_list(out, methods, name) click to toggle source

Adds a list of methods to out with a heading of name

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 551
def add_method_list out, methods, name
  return if methods.empty?

  out << RDoc::Markup::Heading.new(1, "#{name}:")
  out << RDoc::Markup::BlankLine.new

  if @use_stdout and !@interactive then
    out.concat methods.map { |method|
      RDoc::Markup::Verbatim.new method
    }
  else
    out << RDoc::Markup::IndentedParagraph.new(2, methods.join(', '))
  end

  out << RDoc::Markup::BlankLine.new
end
            
ancestors_of(klass) click to toggle source

Returns ancestor classes of klass

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 571
def ancestors_of klass
  ancestors = []

  unexamined = [klass]
  seen = []

  loop do
    break if unexamined.empty?
    current = unexamined.shift
    seen << current

    stores = classes[current]

    break unless stores and not stores.empty?

    klasses = stores.map do |store|
      store.ancestors[current]
    end.flatten.uniq

    klasses = klasses - seen

    ancestors.concat klasses
    unexamined.concat klasses
  end

  ancestors.reverse
end
            
class_document(name, found, klasses, includes, extends) click to toggle source

Builds a RDoc::Markup::Document from found, klasess and includes

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 608
def class_document name, found, klasses, includes, extends
  also_in = []

  out = RDoc::Markup::Document.new

  add_class out, name, klasses

  add_includes out, includes
  add_extends  out, extends

  found.each do |store, klass|
    render_class out, store, klass, also_in
  end

  add_also_in out, also_in

  out
end
            
classes() click to toggle source

Hash mapping a known class or module to the stores it can be loaded from

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 674
def classes
  return @classes if @classes

  @classes = {}

  @stores.each do |store|
    store.cache[:modules].each do |mod|
      # using default block causes searched-for modules to be added
      @classes[mod] ||= []
      @classes[mod] << store
    end
  end

  @classes
end
            
classes_and_includes_and_extends_for(name) click to toggle source

Returns the stores wherein name is found along with the classes, extends and includes that match it

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 694
def classes_and_includes_and_extends_for name
  klasses = []
  extends = []
  includes = []

  found = @stores.map do |store|
    begin
      klass = store.load_class name
      klasses  << klass
      extends  << [klass.extends,  store] if klass.extends
      includes << [klass.includes, store] if klass.includes
      [store, klass]
    rescue RDoc::Store::MissingFileError
    end
  end.compact

  extends.reject!  do |modules,| modules.empty? end
  includes.reject! do |modules,| modules.empty? end

  [found, klasses, includes, extends]
end
            
complete(name) click to toggle source

Completes name based on the caches. For Readline

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 719
def complete name
  completions = []

  klass, selector, method = parse_name name

  complete_klass  name, klass, selector, method, completions
  complete_method name, klass, selector,         completions

  completions.sort.uniq
end
            
display(document) click to toggle source

Converts document to text and writes it to the pager

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 769
def display document
  page do |io|
    text = document.accept formatter(io)

    io.write text
  end
end
            
display_class(name) click to toggle source

Outputs formatted RI data for class name. Groups undocumented classes

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 780
def display_class name
  return if name =~ /#|\./

  found, klasses, includes, extends =
    classes_and_includes_and_extends_for name

  return if found.empty?

  out = class_document name, found, klasses, includes, extends

  display out
end
            
display_method(name) click to toggle source

Outputs formatted RI data for method name

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 796
def display_method name
  out = RDoc::Markup::Document.new

  add_method out, name

  display out
end
            
display_name(name) click to toggle source

Outputs formatted RI data for the class or method name.

Returns true if name was found, false if it was not an alternative could be guessed, raises an error if name couldn’t be guessed.

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 810
def display_name name
  if name =~ /\w:(\w|$)/ then
    display_page name
    return true
  end

  return true if display_class name

  display_method name if name =~ /::|#|\./

  true
rescue NotFoundError
  matches = list_methods_matching name if name =~ /::|#|\./
  matches = classes.keys.grep(/^#{Regexp.escape name}/) if matches.empty?

  raise if matches.empty?

  page do |io|
    io.puts "#{name} not found, maybe you meant:"
    io.puts
    io.puts matches.sort.join("\n")
  end

  false
end
            
display_names(names) click to toggle source

Displays each name in name

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 839
def display_names names
  names.each do |name|
    name = expand_name name

    display_name name
  end
end
            
display_page(name) click to toggle source

Outputs formatted RI data for page name.

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 850
def display_page name
  store_name, page_name = name.split ':', 2

  store = @stores.find { |s| s.source == store_name }

  return display_page_list store if page_name.empty?

  pages = store.cache[:pages]

  unless pages.include? page_name then
    found_names = pages.select do |n|
      n =~ /#{Regexp.escape page_name}\.[^.]+$/
    end

    if found_names.length.zero? then
      return display_page_list store, pages
    elsif found_names.length > 1 then
      return display_page_list store, found_names, page_name
    end

    page_name = found_names.first
  end

  page = store.load_page page_name

  display page.comment
end
            
display_page_list(store, pages = store.cache[:pages], search = nil) click to toggle source

Outputs a formatted RI page list for the pages in store.

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 881
def display_page_list store, pages = store.cache[:pages], search = nil
  out = RDoc::Markup::Document.new

  title = if search then
            "#{search} pages"
          else
            'Pages'
          end

  out << RDoc::Markup::Heading.new(1, "#{title} in #{store.friendly_path}")
  out << RDoc::Markup::BlankLine.new

  list = RDoc::Markup::List.new(:BULLET)

  pages.each do |page|
    list << RDoc::Markup::Paragraph.new(page)
  end

  out << list

  display out
end
            
expand_class(klass) click to toggle source

Expands abbreviated klass klass into a fully-qualified class. “Zl::Da” will be expanded to Zlib::DataError.

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 908
def expand_class klass
  klass.split('::').inject '' do |expanded, klass_part|
    expanded << '::' unless expanded.empty?
    short = expanded << klass_part

    subset = classes.keys.select do |klass_name|
      klass_name =~ /^#{expanded}[^:]*$/
    end

    abbrevs = Abbrev.abbrev subset

    expanded = abbrevs[short]

    raise NotFoundError, short unless expanded

    expanded.dup
  end
end
            
expand_name(name) click to toggle source

Expands the class portion of name into a fully-qualified class. See expand_class.

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 931
def expand_name name
  klass, selector, method = parse_name name

  return [selector, method].join if klass.empty?

  case selector
  when ':' then
    [find_store(klass),   selector, method]
  else
    [expand_class(klass), selector, method]
  end.join
end
            
filter_methods(found, name) click to toggle source

Filters the methods in found trying to find a match for name.

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 947
def filter_methods found, name
  regexp = name_regexp name

  filtered = found.find_all do |store, methods|
    methods.any? { |method| method.full_name =~ regexp }
  end

  return filtered unless filtered.empty?

  found
end
            
find_methods(name) click to toggle source

Yields items matching name including the store they were found in, the class being searched for, the class they were found in (an ancestor) the types of methods to look up (from method_type), and the method name being searched for

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 965
def find_methods name
  klass, selector, method = parse_name name

  types = method_type selector

  klasses = nil
  ambiguous = klass.empty?

  if ambiguous then
    klasses = classes.keys
  else
    klasses = ancestors_of klass
    klasses.unshift klass
  end

  methods = []

  klasses.each do |ancestor|
    ancestors = classes[ancestor]

    next unless ancestors

    klass = ancestor if ambiguous

    ancestors.each do |store|
      methods << [store, klass, ancestor, types, method]
    end
  end

  methods = methods.sort_by do |_, k, a, _, m|
    [k, a, m].compact
  end

  methods.each do |item|
    yield(*item) # :yields: store, klass, ancestor, types, method
  end

  self
end
            
find_pager_jruby(pager) click to toggle source

Finds the given pager for jruby. Returns an IO if pager was found.

Returns false if pager does not exist.

Returns nil if the jruby JVM doesn’t support ProcessBuilder redirection (1.6 and older).

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 1013
def find_pager_jruby pager
  require 'java'
  require 'shellwords'

  return nil unless java.lang.ProcessBuilder.constants.include? :Redirect

  pager = Shellwords.split pager

  pb = java.lang.ProcessBuilder.new(*pager)
  pb = pb.redirect_output java.lang.ProcessBuilder::Redirect::INHERIT

  @jruby_pager_process = pb.start

  input = @jruby_pager_process.output_stream

  io = input.to_io
  io.sync = true
  io
rescue java.io.IOException
  false
end
            
find_store(name) click to toggle source

Finds a store that matches name which can be the name of a gem, “ruby”, “home” or “site”.

See also RDoc::Store#source

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 1041
def find_store name
  @stores.each do |store|
    source = store.source

    return source if source == name

    return source if
      store.type == :gem and source =~ /^#{Regexp.escape name}-\d/
  end

  raise RDoc::RI::Driver::NotFoundError, name
end
            
formatter(io) click to toggle source

Creates a new RDoc::Markup::Formatter. If a formatter is given with -f, use it. If we’re outputting to a pager, use bs, otherwise ansi.

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 1058
def formatter(io)
  if @formatter_klass then
    @formatter_klass.new
  elsif paging? or !io.tty? then
    RDoc::Markup::ToBs.new
  else
    RDoc::Markup::ToAnsi.new
  end
end
            
in_path?(file) click to toggle source

Is file in ENV?

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 1107
def in_path? file
  return true if file =~ %r\A/% and File.exist? file

  ENV['PATH'].split(File::PATH_SEPARATOR).any? do |path|
    File.exist? File.join(path, file)
  end
end
            
interactive() click to toggle source

Runs ri interactively using Readline if it is available.

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 1071
def interactive
  puts "\nEnter the method name you want to look up."

  if defined? Readline then
    Readline.completion_proc = method :complete
    puts "You can use tab to autocomplete."
  end

  puts "Enter a blank line to exit.\n\n"

  loop do
    name = if defined? Readline then
             Readline.readline ">> "
           else
             print ">> "
             $stdin.gets
           end

    return if name.nil? or name.empty?

    name = expand_name name.strip

    begin
      display_name name
    rescue NotFoundError => e
      puts e.message
    end
  end

rescue Interrupt
  exit
end
            
list_known_classes(names = []) click to toggle source

Lists classes known to ri starting with names. If names is empty all known classes are shown.

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 1119
def list_known_classes names = []
  classes = []

  stores.each do |store|
    classes << store.module_names
  end

  classes = classes.flatten.uniq.sort

  unless names.empty? then
    filter = Regexp.union names.map { |name| /^#{name}/ }

    classes = classes.grep filter
  end

  page do |io|
    if paging? or io.tty? then
      if names.empty? then
        io.puts "Classes and Modules known to ri:"
      else
        io.puts "Classes and Modules starting with #{names.join ', '}:"
      end
      io.puts
    end

    io.puts classes.join("\n")
  end
end
            
list_methods_matching(name) click to toggle source

Returns an Array of methods matching name

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 1151
def list_methods_matching name
  found = []

  find_methods name do |store, klass, ancestor, types, method|
    if types == :instance or types == :both then
      methods = store.instance_methods[ancestor]

      if methods then
        matches = methods.grep(/^#{Regexp.escape method.to_s}/)

        matches = matches.map do |match|
          "#{klass}##{match}"
        end

        found.concat matches
      end
    end

    if types == :class or types == :both then
      methods = store.class_methods[ancestor]

      next unless methods
      matches = methods.grep(/^#{Regexp.escape method.to_s}/)

      matches = matches.map do |match|
        "#{klass}::#{match}"
      end

      found.concat matches
    end
  end

  found.uniq
end
            
load_method(store, cache, klass, type, name) click to toggle source

Loads RI data for method name on klass from store. type and cache indicate if it is a class or instance method.

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 1190
def load_method store, cache, klass, type, name
  methods = store.send(cache)[klass]

  return unless methods

  method = methods.find do |method_name|
    method_name == name
  end

  return unless method

  store.load_method klass, "#{type}#{method}"
rescue RDoc::Store::MissingFileError => e
  comment = RDoc::Comment.new("missing documentation at #{e.file}").parse

  method = RDoc::AnyMethod.new nil, name
  method.comment = comment
  method
end
            
load_methods_matching(name) click to toggle source

Returns an Array of RI data for methods matching name

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 1213
def load_methods_matching name
  found = []

  find_methods name do |store, klass, ancestor, types, method|
    methods = []

    methods << load_method(store, :class_methods, ancestor, '::',  method) if
      [:class, :both].include? types

    methods << load_method(store, :instance_methods, ancestor, '#',  method) if
      [:instance, :both].include? types

    found << [store, methods.compact]
  end

  found.reject do |path, methods| methods.empty? end
end
            
lookup_method(name) click to toggle source

Returns a filtered list of methods matching name

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 1234
def lookup_method name
  found = load_methods_matching name

  raise NotFoundError, name if found.empty?

  filter_methods found, name
end
            
method_document(name, filtered) click to toggle source

Builds a RDoc::Markup::Document from found, klasses and includes

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 1245
def method_document name, filtered
  out = RDoc::Markup::Document.new

  out << RDoc::Markup::Heading.new(1, name)
  out << RDoc::Markup::BlankLine.new

  filtered.each do |store, methods|
    methods.each do |method|
      render_method out, store, method, name
    end
  end

  out
end
            
method_type(selector) click to toggle source

Returns the type of method (:both, :instance, :class) for selector

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 1263
def method_type selector
  case selector
  when '.', nil then :both
  when '#'      then :instance
  else               :class
  end
end
            
name_regexp(name) click to toggle source

Returns a regular expression for name that will match an RDoc::AnyMethod’s name.

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 1275
def name_regexp name
  klass, type, name = parse_name name

  case type
  when '#', '::' then
    /^#{klass}#{type}#{Regexp.escape name}$/
  else
    /^#{klass}(#|::)#{Regexp.escape name}$/
  end
end
            
page() click to toggle source

Paginates output through a pager program.

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 1289
def page
  if pager = setup_pager then
    begin
      yield pager
    ensure
      pager.close
      @jruby_pager_process.wait_for if @jruby_pager_process
    end
  else
    yield $stdout
  end
rescue Errno::EPIPE
ensure
  @paging = false
end
            
paging?() click to toggle source

Are we using a pager?

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 1308
def paging?
  @paging
end
            
parse_name(name) click to toggle source

Extracts the class, selector and method name parts from name like Foo::Bar#baz.

NOTE: Given Foo::Bar, Bar is considered a class even though it may be a method

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 1319
def parse_name name
  parts = name.split(/(::?|#|\.)/)

  if parts.length == 1 then
    if parts.first =~ /^[a-z]|^([%&*+\/<>^`|~-]|\+@|-@|<<|<=>?|===?|=>|=~|>>|\[\]=?|~@)$/ then
      type = '.'
      meth = parts.pop
    else
      type = nil
      meth = nil
    end
  elsif parts.length == 2 or parts.last =~ /::|#|\./ then
    type = parts.pop
    meth = nil
  elsif parts[1] == ':' then
    klass = parts.shift
    type  = parts.shift
    meth  = parts.join
  elsif parts[-2] != '::' or parts.last !~ /^[A-Z]/ then
    meth = parts.pop
    type = parts.pop
  end

  klass ||= parts.join

  [klass, type, meth]
end
            
run() click to toggle source

Looks up and displays ri data according to the options given.

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 1422
def run
  if @list_doc_dirs then
    puts @doc_dirs
  elsif @list then
    list_known_classes @names
  elsif @server then
    start_server
  elsif @interactive or @names.empty? then
    interactive
  else
    display_names @names
  end
rescue NotFoundError => e
  abort e.message
end
            
setup_pager() click to toggle source

Sets up a pager program to pass output through. Tries the RI_PAGER and PAGER environment variables followed by pager, less then more.

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 1442
def setup_pager
  return if @use_stdout

  jruby = Object.const_defined?(:RUBY_ENGINE) && RUBY_ENGINE == 'jruby'

  pagers = [ENV['RI_PAGER'], ENV['PAGER'], 'pager', 'less', 'more']

  pagers.compact.uniq.each do |pager|
    next unless pager

    pager_cmd = pager.split.first

    next unless in_path? pager_cmd

    if jruby then
      case io = find_pager_jruby(pager)
      when nil   then break
      when false then next
      else            io
      end
    else
      io = IO.popen(pager, 'w') rescue next
    end

    next if $? and $?.pid == io.pid and $?.exited? # pager didn't work

    @paging = true

    return io
  end

  @use_stdout = true

  nil
end
            
start_server() click to toggle source

Starts a WEBrick server for ri.

 
               # File rdoc/ri/driver.rb, line 1481
def start_server
  require 'webrick'

  server = WEBrick::HTTPServer.new :Port => @server

  extra_doc_dirs = @stores.map {|s| s.type == :extra ? s.path : nil}.compact

  server.mount '/', RDoc::Servlet, nil, extra_doc_dirs

  trap 'INT'  do server.shutdown end
  trap 'TERM' do server.shutdown end

  server.start
end
            

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