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Gem::SpecFetcher

SpecFetcher handles metadata updates from remote gem repositories.

Public Class Methods

fetcher() click to toggle source

Default fetcher instance. Use this instead of ::new to reduce object allocation.

 
               # File rubygems/spec_fetcher.rb, line 41
def self.fetcher
  @fetcher ||= new
end
            
new(sources = nil) click to toggle source

Creates a new SpecFetcher. Ordinarily you want to use the default fetcher from ::fetcher which uses the Gem.sources.

If you need to retrieve specifications from a different source, you can send it as an argument.

 
               # File rubygems/spec_fetcher.rb, line 56
def initialize sources = nil
  @sources = sources || Gem.sources

  @update_cache =
    begin
      File.stat(Gem.user_home).uid == Process.uid
    rescue Errno::EACCES, Errno::ENOENT
      false
    end

  @specs = {}
  @latest_specs = {}
  @prerelease_specs = {}

  @caches = {
    :latest => @latest_specs,
    :prerelease => @prerelease_specs,
    :released => @specs,
  }

  @fetcher = Gem::RemoteFetcher.fetcher
end
            

Public Instance Methods

available_specs(type) click to toggle source

Returns a list of gems available for each source in Gem.sources.

type can be one of 3 values: :released => Return the list of all released specs :complete => Return the list of all specs :latest => Return the list of only the highest version of each gem :prerelease => Return the list of all prerelease only specs

 
               # File rubygems/spec_fetcher.rb, line 218
def available_specs(type)
  errors = []
  list = {}

  @sources.each_source do |source|
    begin
      names = case type
              when :latest
                tuples_for source, :latest
              when :released
                tuples_for source, :released
              when :complete
                names =
                  tuples_for(source, :prerelease, true) +
                  tuples_for(source, :released)

                names.sort
              when :abs_latest
                names =
                  tuples_for(source, :prerelease, true) +
                  tuples_for(source, :latest)

                names.sort
              when :prerelease
                tuples_for(source, :prerelease)
              else
                raise Gem::Exception, "Unknown type - :#{type}"
              end
    rescue Gem::RemoteFetcher::FetchError => e
      errors << Gem::SourceFetchProblem.new(source, e)
    else
      list[source] = names
    end
  end

  [list, errors]
end
            
detect(type=:complete) click to toggle source

Return all gem name tuples who’s names match obj

 
               # File rubygems/spec_fetcher.rb, line 144
def detect(type=:complete)
  tuples = []

  list, _ = available_specs(type)
  list.each do |source, specs|
    specs.each do |tup|
      if yield(tup)
        tuples << [tup, source]
      end
    end
  end

  tuples
end
            
search_for_dependency(dependency, matching_platform=true) click to toggle source

Find and fetch gem name tuples that match dependency.

If matching_platform is false, gems for all platforms are returned.

 
               # File rubygems/spec_fetcher.rb, line 85
def search_for_dependency(dependency, matching_platform=true)
  found = {}

  rejected_specs = {}

  if dependency.prerelease?
    if dependency.specific?
      type = :complete
    else
      type = :abs_latest
    end
  elsif dependency.latest_version?
    type = :latest
  else
    type = :released
  end

  list, errors = available_specs(type)
  list.each do |source, specs|
    if dependency.name.is_a?(String) && specs.respond_to?(:bsearch)
      start_index = (0 ... specs.length).bsearch{ |i| specs[i].name >= dependency.name }
      end_index   = (0 ... specs.length).bsearch{ |i| specs[i].name > dependency.name }
      specs = specs[start_index ... end_index] if start_index && end_index
    end

    found[source] = specs.select do |tup|
      if dependency.match?(tup)
        if matching_platform and !Gem::Platform.match(tup.platform)
          pm = (
            rejected_specs[dependency] ||=                  Gem::PlatformMismatch.new(tup.name, tup.version))
          pm.add_platform tup.platform
          false
        else
          true
        end
      end
    end
  end

  errors += rejected_specs.values

  tuples = []

  found.each do |source, specs|
    specs.each do |s|
      tuples << [s, source]
    end
  end

  tuples = tuples.sort_by { |x| x[0] }

  return [tuples, errors]
end
            
spec_for_dependency(dependency, matching_platform=true) click to toggle source

Find and fetch specs that match dependency.

If matching_platform is false, gems for all platforms are returned.

 
               # File rubygems/spec_fetcher.rb, line 165
def spec_for_dependency(dependency, matching_platform=true)
  tuples, errors = search_for_dependency(dependency, matching_platform)

  specs = []
  tuples.each do |tup, source|
    begin
      spec = source.fetch_spec(tup)
    rescue Gem::RemoteFetcher::FetchError => e
      errors << Gem::SourceFetchProblem.new(source, e)
    else
      specs << [spec, source]
    end
  end

  return [specs, errors]
end
            
suggest_gems_from_name(gem_name) click to toggle source

Suggests gems based on the supplied gem_name. Returns an array of alternative gem names.

 
               # File rubygems/spec_fetcher.rb, line 186
def suggest_gems_from_name gem_name
  gem_name        = gem_name.downcase.tr('_-', '')
  max             = gem_name.size / 2
  names           = available_specs(:complete).first.values.flatten(1)

  matches = names.map { |n|
    next unless n.match_platform?

    distance = levenshtein_distance gem_name, n.name.downcase.tr('_-', '')

    next if distance >= max

    return [n.name] if distance == 0

    [n.name, distance]
  }.compact

  matches = matches.uniq.sort_by { |name, dist| dist }

  matches.first(5).map { |name, dist| name }
end
            

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