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#--
# Copyright 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 by Jim Weirich (jim@weirichhouse.org)
#
# Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
# of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to
# deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the
# rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or
# sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
# furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
#
# The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
# all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
#
# THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
# IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
# FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
# AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
# LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING
# FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS
# IN THE SOFTWARE.
#++
#
# = Rake -- Ruby Make
#
# This is the main file for the Rake application. Normally it is referenced
# as a library via a require statement, but it can be distributed
# independently as an application.
RAKEVERSION = '0.8.7'
require 'rbconfig'
require 'fileutils'
require 'singleton'
require 'monitor'
require 'optparse'
require 'ostruct'
require 'rake/win32'
$trace = false
######################################################################
# Rake extensions to Module.
#
class Module
# Check for an existing method in the current class before extending. IF
# the method already exists, then a warning is printed and the extension is
# not added. Otherwise the block is yielded and any definitions in the
# block will take effect.
#
# Usage:
#
# class String
# rake_extension("xyz") do
# def xyz
# ...
# end
# end
# end
#
def rake_extension(method)
if method_defined?(method)
$stderr.puts "WARNING: Possible conflict with Rake extension: #{self}##{method} already exists"
else
yield
end
end
end # module Module
######################################################################
# User defined methods to be added to String.
#
class String
rake_extension("ext") do
# Replace the file extension with +newext+. If there is no extension on
# the string, append the new extension to the end. If the new extension
# is not given, or is the empty string, remove any existing extension.
#
# +ext+ is a user added method for the String class.
def ext(newext='')
return self.dup if ['.', '..'].include? self
if newext != ''
newext = (newext =~ /^\./) ? newext : ("." + newext)
end
self.chomp(File.extname(self)) << newext
end
end
rake_extension("pathmap") do
# Explode a path into individual components. Used by +pathmap+.
def pathmap_explode
head, tail = File.split(self)
return [self] if head == self
return [tail] if head == '.' || tail == '/'
return [head, tail] if head == '/'
return head.pathmap_explode + [tail]
end
protected :pathmap_explode
# Extract a partial path from the path. Include +n+ directories from the
# front end (left hand side) if +n+ is positive. Include |+n+|
# directories from the back end (right hand side) if +n+ is negative.
def pathmap_partial(n)
dirs = File.dirname(self).pathmap_explode
partial_dirs =
if n > 0
dirs[0...n]
elsif n < 0
dirs.reverse[0...-n].reverse
else
"."
end
File.join(partial_dirs)
end
protected :pathmap_partial
# Preform the pathmap replacement operations on the given path. The
# patterns take the form 'pat1,rep1;pat2,rep2...'.
def pathmap_replace(patterns, &block)
result = self
patterns.split(';').each do |pair|
pattern, replacement = pair.split(',')
pattern = Regexp.new(pattern)
if replacement == '*' && block_given?
result = result.sub(pattern, &block)
elsif replacement
result = result.sub(pattern, replacement)
else
result = result.sub(pattern, '')
end
end
result
end
protected :pathmap_replace
# Map the path according to the given specification. The specification
# controls the details of the mapping. The following special patterns are
# recognized:
#
# * <b>%p</b> -- The complete path.
# * <b>%f</b> -- The base file name of the path, with its file extension,
# but without any directories.
# * <b>%n</b> -- The file name of the path without its file extension.
# * <b>%d</b> -- The directory list of the path.
# * <b>%x</b> -- The file extension of the path. An empty string if there
# is no extension.
# * <b>%X</b> -- Everything *but* the file extension.
# * <b>%s</b> -- The alternate file separater if defined, otherwise use
# the standard file separator.
# * <b>%%</b> -- A percent sign.
#
# The %d specifier can also have a numeric prefix (e.g. '%2d'). If the
# number is positive, only return (up to) +n+ directories in the path,
# starting from the left hand side. If +n+ is negative, return (up to)
# |+n+| directories from the right hand side of the path.
#
# Examples:
#
# 'a/b/c/d/file.txt'.pathmap("%2d") => 'a/b'
# 'a/b/c/d/file.txt'.pathmap("%-2d") => 'c/d'
#
# Also the %d, %p, %f, %n, %x, and %X operators can take a
# pattern/replacement argument to perform simple string substititions on a
# particular part of the path. The pattern and replacement are speparated
# by a comma and are enclosed by curly braces. The replacement spec comes
# after the % character but before the operator letter. (e.g.
# "%{old,new}d"). Muliple replacement specs should be separated by
# semi-colons (e.g. "%{old,new;src,bin}d").
#
# Regular expressions may be used for the pattern, and back refs may be
# used in the replacement text. Curly braces, commas and semi-colons are
# excluded from both the pattern and replacement text (let's keep parsing
# reasonable).
#
# For example:
#
# "src/org/onestepback/proj/A.java".pathmap("%{^src,bin}X.class")
#
# returns:
#
# "bin/org/onestepback/proj/A.class"
#
# If the replacement text is '*', then a block may be provided to perform
# some arbitrary calculation for the replacement.
#
# For example:
#
# "/path/to/file.TXT".pathmap("%X%{.*,*}x") { |ext|
# ext.downcase
# }
#
# Returns:
#
# "/path/to/file.txt"
#
def pathmap(spec=nil, &block)
return self if spec.nil?
result = ''
spec.scan(/%\{[^}]*\}-?\d*[sdpfnxX%]|%-?\d+d|%.|[^%]+/) do |frag|
case frag
when '%f'
result << File.basename(self)
when '%n'
result << File.basename(self).ext
when '%d'
result << File.dirname(self)
when '%x'
result << File.extname(self)
when '%X'
result << self.ext
when '%p'
result << self
when '%s'
result << (File::ALT_SEPARATOR || File::SEPARATOR)
when '%-'
# do nothing
when '%%'
result << "%"
when /%(-?\d+)d/
result << pathmap_partial($1.to_i)
when /^%\{([^}]*)\}(\d*[dpfnxX])/
patterns, operator = $1, $2
result << pathmap('%' + operator).pathmap_replace(patterns, &block)
when /^%/
fail ArgumentError, "Unknown pathmap specifier #{frag} in '#{spec}'"
else
result << frag
end
end
result
end
end
end # class String
##############################################################################
module Rake
# Errors -----------------------------------------------------------
# Error indicating an ill-formed task declaration.
class TaskArgumentError < ArgumentError
end
# Error indicating a recursion overflow error in task selection.
class RuleRecursionOverflowError < StandardError
def initialize(*args)
super
@targets = []
end
def add_target(target)
@targets << target
end
def message
super + ": [" + @targets.reverse.join(' => ') + "]"
end
end
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Rake module singleton methods.
#
class << self
# Current Rake Application
def application
@application ||= Rake::Application.new
end
# Set the current Rake application object.
def application=(app)
@application = app
end
# Return the original directory where the Rake application was started.
def original_dir
application.original_dir
end
end
####################################################################
# Mixin for creating easily cloned objects.
#
module Cloneable
# Clone an object by making a new object and setting all the instance
# variables to the same values.
def dup
sibling = self.class.new
instance_variables.each do |ivar|
value = self.instance_variable_get(ivar)
new_value = value.clone rescue value
sibling.instance_variable_set(ivar, new_value)
end
sibling.taint if tainted?
sibling
end
def clone
sibling = dup
sibling.freeze if frozen?
sibling
end
end
####################################################################
# Exit status class for times the system just gives us a nil.
class PseudoStatus
attr_reader :exitstatus
def initialize(code=0)
@exitstatus = code
end
def to_i
@exitstatus << 8
end
def >>(n)
to_i >> n
end
def stopped?
false
end
def exited?
true
end
end
####################################################################
# TaskAguments manage the arguments passed to a task.
#
class TaskArguments
include Enumerable
attr_reader :names
# Create a TaskArgument object with a list of named arguments
# (given by :names) and a set of associated values (given by
# :values). :parent is the parent argument object.
def initialize(names, values, parent=nil)
@names = names
@parent = parent
@hash = {}
names.each_with_index { |name, i|
@hash[name.to_sym] = values[i] unless values[i].nil?
}
end
# Create a new argument scope using the prerequisite argument
# names.
def new_scope(names)
values = names.collect { |n| self[n] }
self.class.new(names, values, self)
end
# Find an argument value by name or index.
def [](index)
lookup(index.to_sym)
end
# Specify a hash of default values for task arguments. Use the
# defaults only if there is no specific value for the given
# argument.
def with_defaults(defaults)
@hash = defaults.merge(@hash)
end
def each(&block)
@hash.each(&block)
end
def method_missing(sym, *args, &block)
lookup(sym.to_sym)
end
def to_hash
@hash
end
def to_s
@hash.inspect
end
def inspect
to_s
end
protected
def lookup(name)
if @hash.has_key?(name)
@hash[name]
elsif ENV.has_key?(name.to_s)
ENV[name.to_s]
elsif ENV.has_key?(name.to_s.upcase)
ENV[name.to_s.upcase]
elsif @parent
@parent.lookup(name)
end
end
end
EMPTY_TASK_ARGS = TaskArguments.new([], [])
####################################################################
# InvocationChain tracks the chain of task invocations to detect
# circular dependencies.
class InvocationChain
def initialize(value, tail)
@value = value
@tail = tail
end
def member?(obj)
@value == obj || @tail.member?(obj)
end
def append(value)
if member?(value)
fail RuntimeError, "Circular dependency detected: #{to_s} => #{value}"
end
self.class.new(value, self)
end
def to_s
"#{prefix}#{@value}"
end
def self.append(value, chain)
chain.append(value)
end
private
def prefix
"#{@tail.to_s} => "
end
class EmptyInvocationChain
def member?(obj)
false
end
def append(value)
InvocationChain.new(value, self)
end
def to_s
"TOP"
end
end
EMPTY = EmptyInvocationChain.new
end # class InvocationChain
end # module Rake
module Rake
###########################################################################
# A Task is the basic unit of work in a Rakefile. Tasks have associated
# actions (possibly more than one) and a list of prerequisites. When
# invoked, a task will first ensure that all of its prerequisites have an
# opportunity to run and then it will execute its own actions.
#
# Tasks are not usually created directly using the new method, but rather
# use the +file+ and +task+ convenience methods.
#
class Task
# List of prerequisites for a task.
attr_reader :prerequisites
# List of actions attached to a task.
attr_reader :actions
# Application owning this task.
attr_accessor :application
# Comment for this task. Restricted to a single line of no more than 50
# characters.
attr_reader :comment
# Full text of the (possibly multi-line) comment.
attr_reader :full_comment
# Array of nested namespaces names used for task lookup by this task.
attr_reader :scope
# Return task name
def to_s
name
end
def inspect
"<#{self.class} #{name} => [#{prerequisites.join(', ')}]>"
end
# List of sources for task.
attr_writer :sources
def sources
@sources ||= []
end
# First source from a rule (nil if no sources)
def source
@sources.first if defined?(@sources)
end
# Create a task named +task_name+ with no actions or prerequisites. Use
# +enhance+ to add actions and prerequisites.
def initialize(task_name, app)
@name = task_name.to_s
@prerequisites = []
@actions = []
@already_invoked = false
@full_comment = nil
@comment = nil
@lock = Monitor.new
@application = app
@scope = app.current_scope
@arg_names = nil
end
# Enhance a task with prerequisites or actions. Returns self.
def enhance(deps=nil, &block)
@prerequisites |= deps if deps
@actions << block if block_given?
self
end
# Name of the task, including any namespace qualifiers.
def name
@name.to_s
end
# Name of task with argument list description.
def name_with_args # :nodoc:
if arg_description
"#{name}#{arg_description}"
else
name
end
end
# Argument description (nil if none).
def arg_description # :nodoc:
@arg_names ? "[#{(arg_names || []).join(',')}]" : nil
end
# Name of arguments for this task.
def arg_names
@arg_names || []
end
# Reenable the task, allowing its tasks to be executed if the task
# is invoked again.
def reenable
@already_invoked = false
end
# Clear the existing prerequisites and actions of a rake task.
def clear
clear_prerequisites
clear_actions
self
end
# Clear the existing prerequisites of a rake task.
def clear_prerequisites
prerequisites.clear
self
end
# Clear the existing actions on a rake task.
def clear_actions
actions.clear
self
end
# Invoke the task if it is needed. Prerequites are invoked first.
def invoke(*args)
task_args = TaskArguments.new(arg_names, args)
invoke_with_call_chain(task_args, InvocationChain::EMPTY)
end
# Same as invoke, but explicitly pass a call chain to detect
# circular dependencies.
def invoke_with_call_chain(task_args, invocation_chain) # :nodoc:
new_chain = InvocationChain.append(self, invocation_chain)
@lock.synchronize do
if application.options.trace
puts "** Invoke #{name} #{format_trace_flags}"
end
return if @already_invoked
@already_invoked = true
invoke_prerequisites(task_args, new_chain)
execute(task_args) if needed?
end
end
protected :invoke_with_call_chain
# Invoke all the prerequisites of a task.
def invoke_prerequisites(task_args, invocation_chain) # :nodoc:
@prerequisites.each { |n|
prereq = application[n, @scope]
prereq_args = task_args.new_scope(prereq.arg_names)
prereq.invoke_with_call_chain(prereq_args, invocation_chain)
}
end
# Format the trace flags for display.
def format_trace_flags
flags = []
flags << "first_time" unless @already_invoked
flags << "not_needed" unless needed?
flags.empty? ? "" : "(" + flags.join(", ") + ")"
end
private :format_trace_flags
# Execute the actions associated with this task.
def execute(args=nil)
args ||= EMPTY_TASK_ARGS
if application.options.dryrun
puts "** Execute (dry run) #{name}"
return
end
if application.options.trace
puts "** Execute #{name}"
end
application.enhance_with_matching_rule(name) if @actions.empty?
@actions.each do |act|
case act.arity
when 1
act.call(self)
else
act.call(self, args)
end
end
end
# Is this task needed?
def needed?
true
end
# Timestamp for this task. Basic tasks return the current time for their
# time stamp. Other tasks can be more sophisticated.
def timestamp
@prerequisites.collect { |p| application[p].timestamp }.max || Time.now
end
# Add a description to the task. The description can consist of an option
# argument list (enclosed brackets) and an optional comment.
def add_description(description)
return if ! description
comment = description.strip
add_comment(comment) if comment && ! comment.empty?
end
# Writing to the comment attribute is the same as adding a description.
def comment=(description)
add_description(description)
end
# Add a comment to the task. If a comment alread exists, separate
# the new comment with " / ".
def add_comment(comment)
if @full_comment
@full_comment << " / "
else
@full_comment = ''
end
@full_comment << comment
if @full_comment =~ /\A([^.]+?\.)( |$)/
@comment = $1
else
@comment = @full_comment
end
end
private :add_comment
# Set the names of the arguments for this task. +args+ should be
# an array of symbols, one for each argument name.
def set_arg_names(args)
@arg_names = args.map { |a| a.to_sym }
end
# Return a string describing the internal state of a task. Useful for
# debugging.
def investigation
result = "------------------------------\n"
result << "Investigating #{name}\n"
result << "class: #{self.class}\n"
result << "task needed: #{needed?}\n"
result << "timestamp: #{timestamp}\n"
result << "pre-requisites: \n"
prereqs = @prerequisites.collect {|name| application[name]}
prereqs.sort! {|a,b| a.timestamp <=> b.timestamp}
prereqs.each do |p|
result << "--#{p.name} (#{p.timestamp})\n"
end
latest_prereq = @prerequisites.collect{|n| application[n].timestamp}.max
result << "latest-prerequisite time: #{latest_prereq}\n"
result << "................................\n\n"
return result
end
# ----------------------------------------------------------------
# Rake Module Methods
#
class << self
# Clear the task list. This cause rake to immediately forget all the
# tasks that have been assigned. (Normally used in the unit tests.)
def clear
Rake.application.clear
end
# List of all defined tasks.
def tasks
Rake.application.tasks
end
# Return a task with the given name. If the task is not currently
# known, try to synthesize one from the defined rules. If no rules are
# found, but an existing file matches the task name, assume it is a file
# task with no dependencies or actions.
def [](task_name)
Rake.application[task_name]
end
# TRUE if the task name is already defined.
def task_defined?(task_name)
Rake.application.lookup(task_name) != nil
end
# Define a task given +args+ and an option block. If a rule with the
# given name already exists, the prerequisites and actions are added to
# the existing task. Returns the defined task.
def define_task(*args, &block)
Rake.application.define_task(self, *args, &block)
end
# Define a rule for synthesizing tasks.
def create_rule(*args, &block)
Rake.application.create_rule(*args, &block)
end
# Apply the scope to the task name according to the rules for
# this kind of task. Generic tasks will accept the scope as
# part of the name.
def scope_name(scope, task_name)
(scope + [task_name]).join(':')
end
end # class << Rake::Task
end # class Rake::Task
###########################################################################
# A FileTask is a task that includes time based dependencies. If any of a
# FileTask's prerequisites have a timestamp that is later than the file
# represented by this task, then the file must be rebuilt (using the
# supplied actions).
#
class FileTask < Task
# Is this file task needed? Yes if it doesn't exist, or if its time stamp
# is out of date.
def needed?
! File.exist?(name) || out_of_date?(timestamp)
end
# Time stamp for file task.
def timestamp
if File.exist?(name)
File.mtime(name.to_s)
else
Rake::EARLY
end
end
private
# Are there any prerequisites with a later time than the given time stamp?
def out_of_date?(stamp)
@prerequisites.any? { |n| application[n].timestamp > stamp}
end
# ----------------------------------------------------------------
# Task class methods.
#
class << self
# Apply the scope to the task name according to the rules for this kind
# of task. File based tasks ignore the scope when creating the name.
def scope_name(scope, task_name)
task_name
end
end
end # class Rake::FileTask
###########################################################################
# A FileCreationTask is a file task that when used as a dependency will be
# needed if and only if the file has not been created. Once created, it is
# not re-triggered if any of its dependencies are newer, nor does trigger
# any rebuilds of tasks that depend on it whenever it is updated.
#
class FileCreationTask < FileTask
# Is this file task needed? Yes if it doesn't exist.
def needed?
! File.exist?(name)
end
# Time stamp for file creation task. This time stamp is earlier
# than any other time stamp.
def timestamp
Rake::EARLY
end
end
###########################################################################
# Same as a regular task, but the immediate prerequisites are done in
# parallel using Ruby threads.
#
class MultiTask < Task
private
def invoke_prerequisites(args, invocation_chain)
threads = @prerequisites.collect { |p|
Thread.new(p) { |r| application[r].invoke_with_call_chain(args, invocation_chain) }
}
threads.each { |t| t.join }
end
end
end # module Rake
## ###########################################################################
# Task Definition Functions ...
# Declare a basic task.
#
# Example:
# task :clobber => [:clean] do
# rm_rf "html"
# end
#
def task(*args, &block)
Rake::Task.define_task(*args, &block)
end
# Declare a file task.
#
# Example:
# file "config.cfg" => ["config.template"] do
# open("config.cfg", "w") do |outfile|
# open("config.template") do |infile|
# while line = infile.gets
# outfile.puts line
# end
# end
# end
# end
#
def file(*args, &block)
Rake::FileTask.define_task(*args, &block)
end
# Declare a file creation task.
# (Mainly used for the directory command).
def file_create(args, &block)
Rake::FileCreationTask.define_task(args, &block)
end
# Declare a set of files tasks to create the given directories on demand.
#
# Example:
# directory "testdata/doc"
#
def directory(dir)
Rake.each_dir_parent(dir) do |d|
file_create d do |t|
mkdir_p t.name if ! File.exist?(t.name)
end
end
end
# Declare a task that performs its prerequisites in parallel. Multitasks does
# *not* guarantee that its prerequisites will execute in any given order
# (which is obvious when you think about it)
#
# Example:
# multitask :deploy => [:deploy_gem, :deploy_rdoc]
#
def multitask(args, &block)
Rake::MultiTask.define_task(args, &block)
end
# Create a new rake namespace and use it for evaluating the given block.
# Returns a NameSpace object that can be used to lookup tasks defined in the
# namespace.
#
# E.g.
#
# ns = namespace "nested" do
# task :run
# end
# task_run = ns[:run] # find :run in the given namespace.
#
def namespace(name=nil, &block)
Rake.application.in_namespace(name, &block)
end
# Declare a rule for auto-tasks.
#
# Example:
# rule '.o' => '.c' do |t|
# sh %{cc -o #{t.name} #{t.source}}
# end
#
def rule(*args, &block)
Rake::Task.create_rule(*args, &block)
end
# Describe the next rake task.
#
# Example:
# desc "Run the Unit Tests"
# task :test => [:build]
# runtests
# end
#
def desc(description)
Rake.application.last_description = description
end
# Import the partial Rakefiles +fn+. Imported files are loaded _after_ the
# current file is completely loaded. This allows the import statement to
# appear anywhere in the importing file, and yet allowing the imported files
# to depend on objects defined in the importing file.
#
# A common use of the import statement is to include files containing
# dependency declarations.
#
# See also the --rakelibdir command line option.
#
# Example:
# import ".depend", "my_rules"
#
def import(*fns)
fns.each do |fn|
Rake.application.add_import(fn)
end
end
#############################################################################
# This a FileUtils extension that defines several additional commands to be
# added to the FileUtils utility functions.
#
module FileUtils
RUBY_EXT = ((RbConfig::CONFIG['ruby_install_name'] =~ /\.(com|cmd|exe|bat|rb|sh)$/) ?
"" :
RbConfig::CONFIG['EXEEXT'])
RUBY = File.join(
RbConfig::CONFIG['bindir'],
RbConfig::CONFIG['ruby_install_name'] + RUBY_EXT).
sub(/.*\s.*/m, '"\&"')
OPT_TABLE['sh'] = %w(noop verbose)
OPT_TABLE['ruby'] = %w(noop verbose)
# Run the system command +cmd+. If multiple arguments are given the command
# is not run with the shell (same semantics as Kernel::exec and
# Kernel::system).
#
# Example:
# sh %{ls -ltr}
#
# sh 'ls', 'file with spaces'
#
# # check exit status after command runs
# sh %{grep pattern file} do |ok, res|
# if ! ok
# puts "pattern not found (status = #{res.exitstatus})"
# end
# end
#
def sh(*cmd, &block)
options = (Hash === cmd.last) ? cmd.pop : {}
unless block_given?
show_command = cmd.join(" ")
show_command = show_command[0,42] + "..." unless $trace
# TODO code application logic heref show_command.length > 45
block = lambda { |ok, status|
ok or fail "Command failed with status (#{status.exitstatus}): [#{show_command}]"
}
end
if RakeFileUtils.verbose_flag == :default
options[:verbose] = true
else
options[:verbose] ||= RakeFileUtils.verbose_flag
end
options[:noop] ||= RakeFileUtils.nowrite_flag
rake_check_options options, :noop, :verbose
rake_output_message cmd.join(" ") if options[:verbose]
unless options[:noop]
res = rake_system(*cmd)
status = $?
status = PseudoStatus.new(1) if !res && status.nil?
block.call(res, status)
end
end
def rake_system(*cmd)
system(*cmd)
end
private :rake_system
# Run a Ruby interpreter with the given arguments.
#
# Example:
# ruby %{-pe '$_.upcase!' <README}
#
def ruby(*args,&block)
options = (Hash === args.last) ? args.pop : {}
if args.length > 1 then
sh(*([RUBY] + args + [options]), &block)
else
sh("#{RUBY} #{args.first}", options, &block)
end
end
LN_SUPPORTED = [true]
# Attempt to do a normal file link, but fall back to a copy if the link
# fails.
def safe_ln(*args)
unless LN_SUPPORTED[0]
cp(*args)
else
begin
ln(*args)
rescue StandardError, NotImplementedError => ex
LN_SUPPORTED[0] = false
cp(*args)
end
end
end
# Split a file path into individual directory names.
#
# Example:
# split_all("a/b/c") => ['a', 'b', 'c']
#
def split_all(path)
head, tail = File.split(path)
return [tail] if head == '.' || tail == '/'
return [head, tail] if head == '/'
return split_all(head) + [tail]
end
end
#############################################################################
# RakeFileUtils provides a custom version of the FileUtils methods that
# respond to the <tt>verbose</tt> and <tt>nowrite</tt> commands.
#
module RakeFileUtils
include FileUtils
class << self
attr_accessor :verbose_flag, :nowrite_flag
end
RakeFileUtils.verbose_flag = :default
RakeFileUtils.nowrite_flag = false
$fileutils_verbose = true
$fileutils_nowrite = false
FileUtils::OPT_TABLE.each do |name, opts|
default_options = []
if opts.include?(:verbose) || opts.include?("verbose")
default_options << ':verbose => RakeFileUtils.verbose_flag'
end
if opts.include?(:noop) || opts.include?("noop")
default_options << ':noop => RakeFileUtils.nowrite_flag'
end
next if default_options.empty?
module_eval(<<-EOS, __FILE__, __LINE__ + 1)
def #{name}( *args, &block )
super(
*rake_merge_option(args,
#{default_options.join(', ')}
), &block)
end
EOS
end
# Get/set the verbose flag controlling output from the FileUtils utilities.
# If verbose is true, then the utility method is echoed to standard output.
#
# Examples:
# verbose # return the current value of the verbose flag
# verbose(v) # set the verbose flag to _v_.
# verbose(v) { code } # Execute code with the verbose flag set temporarily to _v_.
# # Return to the original value when code is done.
def verbose(value=nil)
oldvalue = RakeFileUtils.verbose_flag
RakeFileUtils.verbose_flag = value unless value.nil?
if block_given?
begin
yield
ensure
RakeFileUtils.verbose_flag = oldvalue
end
end
RakeFileUtils.verbose_flag
end
# Get/set the nowrite flag controlling output from the FileUtils utilities.
# If verbose is true, then the utility method is echoed to standard output.
#
# Examples:
# nowrite # return the current value of the nowrite flag
# nowrite(v) # set the nowrite flag to _v_.
# nowrite(v) { code } # Execute code with the nowrite flag set temporarily to _v_.
# # Return to the original value when code is done.
def nowrite(value=nil)
oldvalue = RakeFileUtils.nowrite_flag
RakeFileUtils.nowrite_flag = value unless value.nil?
if block_given?
begin
yield
ensure
RakeFileUtils.nowrite_flag = oldvalue
end
end
oldvalue
end
# Use this function to prevent protentially destructive ruby code from
# running when the :nowrite flag is set.
#
# Example:
#
# when_writing("Building Project") do
# project.build
# end
#
# The following code will build the project under normal conditions. If the
# nowrite(true) flag is set, then the example will print:
# DRYRUN: Building Project
# instead of actually building the project.
#
def when_writing(msg=nil)
if RakeFileUtils.nowrite_flag
puts "DRYRUN: #{msg}" if msg
else
yield
end
end
# Merge the given options with the default values.
def rake_merge_option(args, defaults)
if Hash === args.last
defaults.update(args.last)
args.pop
end
args.push defaults
args
end
private :rake_merge_option
# Send the message to the default rake output (which is $stderr).
def rake_output_message(message)
$stderr.puts(message)
end
private :rake_output_message
# Check that the options do not contain options not listed in +optdecl+. An
# ArgumentError exception is thrown if non-declared options are found.
def rake_check_options(options, *optdecl)
h = options.dup
optdecl.each do |name|
h.delete name
end
raise ArgumentError, "no such option: #{h.keys.join(' ')}" unless h.empty?
end
private :rake_check_options
extend self
end
#############################################################################
# Include the FileUtils file manipulation functions in the top level module,
# but mark them private so that they don't unintentionally define methods on
# other objects.
include RakeFileUtils
#FIXME: cannot use this in MacRuby yet
#private(*FileUtils.instance_methods(false))
#private(*RakeFileUtils.instance_methods(false))
######################################################################
module Rake
###########################################################################
# A FileList is essentially an array with a few helper methods defined to
# make file manipulation a bit easier.
#
# FileLists are lazy. When given a list of glob patterns for possible files
# to be included in the file list, instead of searching the file structures
# to find the files, a FileList holds the pattern for latter use.
#
# This allows us to define a number of FileList to match any number of
# files, but only search out the actual files when then FileList itself is
# actually used. The key is that the first time an element of the
# FileList/Array is requested, the pending patterns are resolved into a real
# list of file names.
#
class FileList
include Cloneable
# == Method Delegation
#
# The lazy evaluation magic of FileLists happens by implementing all the
# array specific methods to call +resolve+ before delegating the heavy
# lifting to an embedded array object (@items).
#
# In addition, there are two kinds of delegation calls. The regular kind
# delegates to the @items array and returns the result directly. Well,
# almost directly. It checks if the returned value is the @items object
# itself, and if so will return the FileList object instead.
#
# The second kind of delegation call is used in methods that normally
# return a new Array object. We want to capture the return value of these
# methods and wrap them in a new FileList object. We enumerate these
# methods in the +SPECIAL_RETURN+ list below.
# List of array methods (that are not in +Object+) that need to be
# delegated.
ARRAY_METHODS = (Array.instance_methods - (Object.instance_methods - [:<=>])).map { |n| n.to_s }
# List of additional methods that must be delegated.
MUST_DEFINE = %w[to_a inspect]
# List of methods that should not be delegated here (we define special
# versions of them explicitly below).
MUST_NOT_DEFINE = %w[to_a to_ary partition *]
# List of delegated methods that return new array values which need
# wrapping.
SPECIAL_RETURN = %w[
map collect sort sort_by select find_all reject grep
compact flatten uniq values_at
+ - & |
]
DELEGATING_METHODS = (ARRAY_METHODS + MUST_DEFINE - MUST_NOT_DEFINE).collect{ |s| s.to_s }.sort.uniq
# Now do the delegation.
DELEGATING_METHODS.each_with_index do |sym, i|
if SPECIAL_RETURN.include?(sym)
define_method(sym) do |*args, &block|
resolve
result = @items.send(sym, *args, &block)
FileList.new.import(result)
end
else
define_method(sym) do |*args, &block|
resolve
result = @items.send(sym, *args, &block)
result.object_id == @items.object_id ? self : result
end
end
end
# Create a file list from the globbable patterns given. If you wish to
# perform multiple includes or excludes at object build time, use the
# "yield self" pattern.
#
# Example:
# file_list = FileList.new('lib/**/*.rb', 'test/test*.rb')
#
# pkg_files = FileList.new('lib/**/*') do |fl|
# fl.exclude(/\bCVS\b/)
# end
#
def initialize(*patterns)
@pending_add = []
@pending = false
@exclude_patterns = DEFAULT_IGNORE_PATTERNS.dup
@exclude_procs = DEFAULT_IGNORE_PROCS.dup
@exclude_re = nil
@items = []
patterns.each { |pattern| include(pattern) }
yield self if block_given?
end
# Add file names defined by glob patterns to the file list. If an array
# is given, add each element of the array.
#
# Example:
# file_list.include("*.java", "*.cfg")
# file_list.include %w( math.c lib.h *.o )
#
def include(*filenames)
# TODO: check for pending
filenames.each do |fn|
if fn.respond_to? :to_ary
include(*fn.to_ary)
else
@pending_add << fn
end
end
@pending = true
self
end
alias :add :include
# Register a list of file name patterns that should be excluded from the
# list. Patterns may be regular expressions, glob patterns or regular
# strings. In addition, a block given to exclude will remove entries that
# return true when given to the block.
#
# Note that glob patterns are expanded against the file system. If a file
# is explicitly added to a file list, but does not exist in the file
# system, then an glob pattern in the exclude list will not exclude the
# file.
#
# Examples:
# FileList['a.c', 'b.c'].exclude("a.c") => ['b.c']
# FileList['a.c', 'b.c'].exclude(/^a/) => ['b.c']
#
# If "a.c" is a file, then ...
# FileList['a.c', 'b.c'].exclude("a.*") => ['b.c']
#
# If "a.c" is not a file, then ...
# FileList['a.c', 'b.c'].exclude("a.*") => ['a.c', 'b.c']
#
def exclude(*patterns, &block)
patterns.each do |pat|
@exclude_patterns << pat
end
if block_given?
@exclude_procs << block
end
resolve_exclude if ! @pending
self
end
# Clear all the exclude patterns so that we exclude nothing.
def clear_exclude
@exclude_patterns = []
@exclude_procs = []
calculate_exclude_regexp if ! @pending
self
end
# Define equality.
def ==(array)
to_ary == array
end
# Return the internal array object.
def to_a
resolve
@items
end
# Return the internal array object.
def to_ary
to_a
end
# Lie about our class.
def is_a?(klass)
klass == Array || super(klass)
end
alias kind_of? is_a?
# Redefine * to return either a string or a new file list.
def *(other)
result = @items * other
case result
when Array
FileList.new.import(result)
else
result
end
end
# Resolve all the pending adds now.
def resolve
if @pending
@pending = false
@pending_add.each do |fn| resolve_add(fn) end
@pending_add = []
resolve_exclude
end
self
end
def calculate_exclude_regexp
ignores = []
@exclude_patterns.each do |pat|
case pat
when Regexp
ignores << pat
when /[*?]/
Dir[pat].each do |p| ignores << p end
else
ignores << Regexp.quote(pat)
end
end
if ignores.empty?
@exclude_re = /^$/
else
re_str = ignores.collect { |p| "(" + p.to_s + ")" }.join("|")
@exclude_re = Regexp.new(re_str)
end
end
def resolve_add(fn)
case fn
when %r{[*?\[\{]}
add_matching(fn)
else
self << fn
end
end
private :resolve_add
def resolve_exclude
calculate_exclude_regexp
reject! { |fn| exclude?(fn) }
self
end
private :resolve_exclude
# Return a new FileList with the results of running +sub+ against each
# element of the oringal list.
#
# Example:
# FileList['a.c', 'b.c'].sub(/\.c$/, '.o') => ['a.o', 'b.o']
#
def sub(pat, rep)
inject(FileList.new) { |res, fn| res << fn.sub(pat,rep) }
end
# Return a new FileList with the results of running +gsub+ against each
# element of the original list.
#
# Example:
# FileList['lib/test/file', 'x/y'].gsub(/\//, "\\")
# => ['lib\\test\\file', 'x\\y']
#
def gsub(pat, rep)
inject(FileList.new) { |res, fn| res << fn.gsub(pat,rep) }
end
# Same as +sub+ except that the oringal file list is modified.
def sub!(pat, rep)
each_with_index { |fn, i| self[i] = fn.sub(pat,rep) }
self
end
# Same as +gsub+ except that the original file list is modified.
def gsub!(pat, rep)
each_with_index { |fn, i| self[i] = fn.gsub(pat,rep) }
self
end
# Apply the pathmap spec to each of the included file names, returning a
# new file list with the modified paths. (See String#pathmap for
# details.)
def pathmap(spec=nil)
collect { |fn| fn.pathmap(spec) }
end
# Return a new FileList with <tt>String#ext</tt> method applied
# to each member of the array.
#
# This method is a shortcut for:
#
# array.collect { |item| item.ext(newext) }
#
# +ext+ is a user added method for the Array class.
def ext(newext='')
collect { |fn| fn.ext(newext) }
end
# Grep each of the files in the filelist using the given pattern. If a
# block is given, call the block on each matching line, passing the file
# name, line number, and the matching line of text. If no block is given,
# a standard emac style file:linenumber:line message will be printed to
# standard out.
def egrep(pattern, *options)
each do |fn|
open(fn, "rb", *options) do |inf|
count = 0
inf.each do |line|
count += 1
if pattern.match(line)
if block_given?
yield fn, count, line
else
puts "#{fn}:#{count}:#{line}"
end
end
end
end
end
end
# Return a new file list that only contains file names from the current
# file list that exist on the file system.
def existing
select { |fn| File.exist?(fn) }
end
# Modify the current file list so that it contains only file name that
# exist on the file system.
def existing!
resolve
@items = @items.select { |fn| File.exist?(fn) }
self
end
# FileList version of partition. Needed because the nested arrays should
# be FileLists in this version.
def partition(&block) # :nodoc:
resolve
result = @items.partition(&block)
[
FileList.new.import(result[0]),
FileList.new.import(result[1]),
]
end
# Convert a FileList to a string by joining all elements with a space.
def to_s
resolve
self.join(' ')
end
# Add matching glob patterns.
def add_matching(pattern)
Dir[pattern].each do |fn|
self << fn unless exclude?(fn)
end
end
private :add_matching
# Should the given file name be excluded?
def exclude?(fn)
calculate_exclude_regexp unless @exclude_re
fn =~ @exclude_re || @exclude_procs.any? { |p| p.call(fn) }
end
DEFAULT_IGNORE_PATTERNS = [
/(^|[\/\\])CVS([\/\\]|$)/,
/(^|[\/\\])\.svn([\/\\]|$)/,
/\.bak$/,
/~$/
]
DEFAULT_IGNORE_PROCS = [
proc { |fn| fn =~ /(^|[\/\\])core$/ && ! File.directory?(fn) }
]
# @exclude_patterns = DEFAULT_IGNORE_PATTERNS.dup
def import(array)
@items = array
self
end
class << self
# Create a new file list including the files listed. Similar to:
#
# FileList.new(*args)
def [](*args)
new(*args)
end
end
end # FileList
end
module Rake
class << self
# Yield each file or directory component.
def each_dir_parent(dir) # :nodoc:
old_length = nil
while dir != '.' && dir.length != old_length
yield(dir)
old_length = dir.length
dir = File.dirname(dir)
end
end
end
end # module Rake
# Alias FileList to be available at the top level.
FileList = Rake::FileList
#############################################################################
module Rake
# Default Rakefile loader used by +import+.
class DefaultLoader
def load(fn)
Kernel.load(File.expand_path(fn))
end
end
# EarlyTime is a fake timestamp that occurs _before_ any other time value.
class EarlyTime
include Comparable
include Singleton
def <=>(other)
-1
end
def to_s
"<EARLY TIME>"
end
end
EARLY = EarlyTime.instance
end # module Rake
#############################################################################
# Extensions to time to allow comparisons with an early time class.
#
class Time
alias rake_original_time_compare :<=>
def <=>(other)
if Rake::EarlyTime === other
- other.<=>(self)
else
rake_original_time_compare(other)
end
end
end # class Time
module Rake
####################################################################
# The NameSpace class will lookup task names in the the scope
# defined by a +namespace+ command.
#
class NameSpace
# Create a namespace lookup object using the given task manager
# and the list of scopes.
def initialize(task_manager, scope_list)
@task_manager = task_manager
@scope = scope_list.dup
end
# Lookup a task named +name+ in the namespace.
def [](name)
@task_manager.lookup(name, @scope)
end
# Return the list of tasks defined in this and nested namespaces.
def tasks
@task_manager.tasks_in_scope(@scope)
end
end # NameSpace
####################################################################
# The TaskManager module is a mixin for managing tasks.
module TaskManager
# Track the last comment made in the Rakefile.
attr_accessor :last_description
alias :last_comment :last_description # Backwards compatibility
def initialize
super
@tasks = Hash.new
@rules = Array.new
@scope = Array.new
@last_description = nil
end
def create_rule(*args, &block)
pattern, arg_names, deps = resolve_args(args)
pattern = Regexp.new(Regexp.quote(pattern) + '$') if String === pattern
@rules << [pattern, deps, block]
end
def define_task(task_class, *args, &block)
task_name, arg_names, deps = resolve_args(args)
task_name = task_class.scope_name(@scope, task_name)
deps = [deps] unless deps.respond_to?(:to_ary)
deps = deps.collect {|d| d.to_s }
task = intern(task_class, task_name)
task.set_arg_names(arg_names) unless arg_names.empty?
task.add_description(@last_description)
@last_description = nil
task.enhance(deps, &block)
task
end
# Lookup a task. Return an existing task if found, otherwise
# create a task of the current type.
def intern(task_class, task_name)
@tasks[task_name.to_s] ||= task_class.new(task_name, self)
end
# Find a matching task for +task_name+.
def [](task_name, scopes=nil)
task_name = task_name.to_s
self.lookup(task_name, scopes) or
enhance_with_matching_rule(task_name) or
synthesize_file_task(task_name) or
fail "Don't know how to build task '#{task_name}'"
end
def synthesize_file_task(task_name)
return nil unless File.exist?(task_name)
define_task(Rake::FileTask, task_name)
end
# Resolve the arguments for a task/rule. Returns a triplet of
# [task_name, arg_name_list, prerequisites].
def resolve_args(args)
if args.last.is_a?(Hash)
deps = args.pop
resolve_args_with_dependencies(args, deps)
else
resolve_args_without_dependencies(args)
end
end
# Resolve task arguments for a task or rule when there are no
# dependencies declared.
#
# The patterns recognized by this argument resolving function are:
#
# task :t
# task :t, [:a]
# task :t, :a (deprecated)
#
def resolve_args_without_dependencies(args)
task_name = args.shift
if args.size == 1 && args.first.respond_to?(:to_ary)
arg_names = args.first.to_ary
else
arg_names = args
end
[task_name, arg_names, []]
end
private :resolve_args_without_dependencies
# Resolve task arguments for a task or rule when there are
# dependencies declared.
#
# The patterns recognized by this argument resolving function are:
#
# task :t => [:d]
# task :t, [a] => [:d]
# task :t, :needs => [:d] (deprecated)
# task :t, :a, :needs => [:d] (deprecated)
#
def resolve_args_with_dependencies(args, hash) # :nodoc:
fail "Task Argument Error" if hash.size != 1
key, value = hash.map { |k, v| [k,v] }.first
if args.empty?
task_name = key
arg_names = []
deps = value
elsif key == :needs
task_name = args.shift
arg_names = args
deps = value
else
task_name = args.shift
arg_names = key
deps = value
end
deps = [deps] unless deps.respond_to?(:to_ary)
[task_name, arg_names, deps]
end
private :resolve_args_with_dependencies
# If a rule can be found that matches the task name, enhance the
# task with the prerequisites and actions from the rule. Set the
# source attribute of the task appropriately for the rule. Return
# the enhanced task or nil of no rule was found.
def enhance_with_matching_rule(task_name, level=0)
fail Rake::RuleRecursionOverflowError,
"Rule Recursion Too Deep" if level >= 16
@rules.each do |pattern, extensions, block|
if md = pattern.match(task_name)
task = attempt_rule(task_name, extensions, block, level)
return task if task
end
end
nil
rescue Rake::RuleRecursionOverflowError => ex
ex.add_target(task_name)
fail ex
end
# List of all defined tasks in this application.
def tasks
@tasks.values.sort_by { |t| t.name }
end
# List of all the tasks defined in the given scope (and its
# sub-scopes).
def tasks_in_scope(scope)
prefix = scope.join(":")
tasks.select { |t|
/^#{prefix}:/ =~ t.name
}
end
# Clear all tasks in this application.
def clear
@tasks.clear
@rules.clear
end
# Lookup a task, using scope and the scope hints in the task name.
# This method performs straight lookups without trying to
# synthesize file tasks or rules. Special scope names (e.g. '^')
# are recognized. If no scope argument is supplied, use the
# current scope. Return nil if the task cannot be found.
def lookup(task_name, initial_scope=nil)
initial_scope ||= @scope
task_name = task_name.to_s
if task_name =~ /^rake:/
scopes = []
task_name = task_name.sub(/^rake:/, '')
elsif task_name =~ /^(\^+)/
scopes = initial_scope[0, initial_scope.size - $1.size]
task_name = task_name.sub(/^(\^+)/, '')
else
scopes = initial_scope
end
lookup_in_scope(task_name, scopes)
end
# Lookup the task name
def lookup_in_scope(name, scope)
n = scope.size
while n >= 0
tn = (scope[0,n] + [name]).join(':')
task = @tasks[tn]
return task if task
n -= 1
end
nil
end
private :lookup_in_scope
# Return the list of scope names currently active in the task
# manager.
def current_scope
@scope.dup
end
# Evaluate the block in a nested namespace named +name+. Create
# an anonymous namespace if +name+ is nil.
def in_namespace(name)
name ||= generate_name
@scope.push(name)
ns = NameSpace.new(self, @scope)
yield(ns)
ns
ensure
@scope.pop
end
private
# Generate an anonymous namespace name.
def generate_name
@seed ||= 0
@seed += 1
"_anon_#{@seed}"
end
def trace_rule(level, message)
puts "#{" "*level}#{message}" if Rake.application.options.trace_rules
end
# Attempt to create a rule given the list of prerequisites.
def attempt_rule(task_name, extensions, block, level)
sources = make_sources(task_name, extensions)
prereqs = sources.collect { |source|
trace_rule level, "Attempting Rule #{task_name} => #{source}"
if File.exist?(source) || Rake::Task.task_defined?(source)
trace_rule level, "(#{task_name} => #{source} ... EXIST)"
source
elsif parent = enhance_with_matching_rule(source, level+1)
trace_rule level, "(#{task_name} => #{source} ... ENHANCE)"
parent.name
else
trace_rule level, "(#{task_name} => #{source} ... FAIL)"
return nil
end
}
task = FileTask.define_task({task_name => prereqs}, &block)
task.sources = prereqs
task
end
# Make a list of sources from the list of file name extensions /
# translation procs.
def make_sources(task_name, extensions)
extensions.collect { |ext|
case ext
when /%/
task_name.pathmap(ext)
when %r{/}
ext
when /^\./
task_name.ext(ext)
when String
ext
when Proc
if ext.arity == 1
ext.call(task_name)
else
ext.call
end
else
fail "Don't know how to handle rule dependent: #{ext.inspect}"
end
}.flatten
end
end # TaskManager
######################################################################
# Rake main application object. When invoking +rake+ from the
# command line, a Rake::Application object is created and run.
#
class Application
include TaskManager
# The name of the application (typically 'rake')
attr_reader :name
# The original directory where rake was invoked.
attr_reader :original_dir
# Name of the actual rakefile used.
attr_reader :rakefile
# List of the top level task names (task names from the command line).
attr_reader :top_level_tasks
DEFAULT_RAKEFILES = ['rakefile', 'Rakefile', 'rakefile.rb', 'Rakefile.rb'].freeze
# Initialize a Rake::Application object.
def initialize
super
@name = 'rake'
@rakefiles = DEFAULT_RAKEFILES.dup
@rakefile = nil
@pending_imports = []
@imported = []
@loaders = {}
@default_loader = Rake::DefaultLoader.new
@original_dir = Dir.pwd
@top_level_tasks = []
add_loader('rb', DefaultLoader.new)
add_loader('rf', DefaultLoader.new)
add_loader('rake', DefaultLoader.new)
@tty_output = STDOUT.tty?
end
# Run the Rake application. The run method performs the following three steps:
#
# * Initialize the command line options (+init+).
# * Define the tasks (+load_rakefile+).
# * Run the top level tasks (+run_tasks+).
#
# If you wish to build a custom rake command, you should call +init+ on your
# application. The define any tasks. Finally, call +top_level+ to run your top
# level tasks.
def run
init
load_rakefile
top_level
end
# Initialize the command line parameters and app name.
def init(app_name='rake')
standard_exception_handling do
@name = app_name
handle_options
collect_tasks
end
end
# Find the rakefile and then load it and any pending imports.
def load_rakefile
standard_exception_handling do
raw_load_rakefile
end
end
# Run the top level tasks of a Rake application.
def top_level
standard_exception_handling do
if options.show_tasks
display_tasks_and_comments
elsif options.show_prereqs
display_prerequisites
else
top_level_tasks.each { |task_name| invoke_task(task_name) }
end
end
end
# Add a loader to handle imported files ending in the extension
# +ext+.
def add_loader(ext, loader)
ext = ".#{ext}" unless ext =~ /^\./
@loaders[ext] = loader
end
# Application options from the command line
def options
@options ||= OpenStruct.new
end
# private ----------------------------------------------------------------
def invoke_task(task_string)
name, args = parse_task_string(task_string)
t = self[name]
t.invoke(*args)
end
def parse_task_string(string)
if string =~ /^([^\[]+)(\[(.*)\])$/
name = $1
args = $3.split(/\s*,\s*/)
else
name = string
args = []
end
[name, args]
end
# Provide standard execption handling for the given block.
def standard_exception_handling
begin
yield
rescue SystemExit => ex
# Exit silently with current status
raise
rescue OptionParser::InvalidOption => ex
# Exit silently
exit(false)
rescue Exception => ex
# Exit with error message
$stderr.puts "#{name} aborted!"
$stderr.puts ex.message
if options.trace or true
$stderr.puts ex.backtrace.join("\n")
else
$stderr.puts ex.backtrace.find {|str| str =~ /#{@rakefile}/ } || ""
$stderr.puts "(See full trace by running task with --trace)"
end
exit(false)
end
end
# True if one of the files in RAKEFILES is in the current directory.
# If a match is found, it is copied into @rakefile.
def have_rakefile
@rakefiles.each do |fn|
if File.exist?(fn)
others = Dir.glob(fn, File::FNM_CASEFOLD)
return others.size == 1 ? others.first : fn
elsif fn == ''
return fn
end
end
return nil
end
# True if we are outputting to TTY, false otherwise
def tty_output?
@tty_output
end
# Override the detected TTY output state (mostly for testing)
def tty_output=( tty_output_state )
@tty_output = tty_output_state
end
# We will truncate output if we are outputting to a TTY or if we've been
# given an explicit column width to honor
def truncate_output?
tty_output? || ENV['RAKE_COLUMNS']
end
# Display the tasks and comments.
def display_tasks_and_comments
displayable_tasks = tasks.select { |t|
t.comment && t.name =~ options.show_task_pattern
}
if options.full_description
displayable_tasks.each do |t|
puts "#{name} #{t.name_with_args}"
t.full_comment.split("\n").each do |line|
puts " #{line}"
end
puts
end
else
width = displayable_tasks.collect { |t| t.name_with_args.length }.max || 10
max_column = truncate_output? ? terminal_width - name.size - width - 7 : nil
displayable_tasks.each do |t|
printf "#{name} %-#{width}s # %s\n",
t.name_with_args, max_column ? truncate(t.comment, max_column) : t.comment
end
end
end
def terminal_width
if ENV['RAKE_COLUMNS']
result = ENV['RAKE_COLUMNS'].to_i
else
result = unix? ? dynamic_width : 80
end
(result < 10) ? 80 : result
rescue
80
end
# Calculate the dynamic width of the
def dynamic_width
@dynamic_width ||= (dynamic_width_stty.nonzero? || dynamic_width_tput)
end
def dynamic_width_stty
%x{stty size 2>/dev/null}.split[1].to_i
end
def dynamic_width_tput
%x{tput cols 2>/dev/null}.to_i
end
def unix?
RUBY_PLATFORM =~ /(aix|darwin|linux|(net|free|open)bsd|cygwin|solaris|irix|hpux)/i
end
def windows?
Win32.windows?
end
def truncate(string, width)
if string.length <= width
string
else
( string[0, width-3] || "" ) + "..."
end
end
# Display the tasks and prerequisites
def display_prerequisites
tasks.each do |t|
puts "#{name} #{t.name}"
t.prerequisites.each { |pre| puts " #{pre}" }
end
end
# A list of all the standard options used in rake, suitable for
# passing to OptionParser.
def standard_rake_options
[
['--classic-namespace', '-C', "Put Task and FileTask in the top level namespace",
lambda { |value|
require 'rake/classic_namespace'
options.classic_namespace = true
}
],
['--describe', '-D [PATTERN]', "Describe the tasks (matching optional PATTERN), then exit.",
lambda { |value|
options.show_tasks = true
options.full_description = true
options.show_task_pattern = Regexp.new(value || '')
}
],
['--dry-run', '-n', "Do a dry run without executing actions.",
lambda { |value|
verbose(true)
nowrite(true)
options.dryrun = true
options.trace = true
}
],
['--execute', '-e CODE', "Execute some Ruby code and exit.",
lambda { |value|
eval(value)
exit
}
],
['--execute-print', '-p CODE', "Execute some Ruby code, print the result, then exit.",
lambda { |value|
puts eval(value)
exit
}
],
['--execute-continue', '-E CODE',
"Execute some Ruby code, then continue with normal task processing.",
lambda { |value| eval(value) }
],
['--libdir', '-I LIBDIR', "Include LIBDIR in the search path for required modules.",
lambda { |value| $:.push(value) }
],
['--prereqs', '-P', "Display the tasks and dependencies, then exit.",
lambda { |value| options.show_prereqs = true }
],
['--quiet', '-q', "Do not log messages to standard output.",
lambda { |value| verbose(false) }
],
['--rakefile', '-f [FILE]', "Use FILE as the rakefile.",
lambda { |value|
value ||= ''
@rakefiles.clear
@rakefiles << value
}
],
['--rakelibdir', '--rakelib', '-R RAKELIBDIR',
"Auto-import any .rake files in RAKELIBDIR. (default is 'rakelib')",
lambda { |value| options.rakelib = value.split(':') }
],
['--require', '-r MODULE', "Require MODULE before executing rakefile.",
lambda { |value|
begin
require value
rescue LoadError => ex
begin
rake_require value
rescue LoadError => ex2
raise ex
end
end
}
],
['--rules', "Trace the rules resolution.",
lambda { |value| options.trace_rules = true }
],
['--no-search', '--nosearch', '-N', "Do not search parent directories for the Rakefile.",
lambda { |value| options.nosearch = true }
],
['--silent', '-s', "Like --quiet, but also suppresses the 'in directory' announcement.",
lambda { |value|
verbose(false)
options.silent = true
}
],
['--system', '-g',
"Using system wide (global) rakefiles (usually '~/.rake/*.rake').",
lambda { |value| options.load_system = true }
],
['--no-system', '--nosystem', '-G',
"Use standard project Rakefile search paths, ignore system wide rakefiles.",
lambda { |value| options.ignore_system = true }
],
['--tasks', '-T [PATTERN]', "Display the tasks (matching optional PATTERN) with descriptions, then exit.",
lambda { |value|
options.show_tasks = true
options.show_task_pattern = Regexp.new(value || '')
options.full_description = false
}
],
['--trace', '-t', "Turn on invoke/execute tracing, enable full backtrace.",
lambda { |value|
options.trace = true
verbose(true)
}
],
['--verbose', '-v', "Log message to standard output.",
lambda { |value| verbose(true) }
],
['--version', '-V', "Display the program version.",
lambda { |value|
puts "rake, version #{RAKEVERSION}"
exit
}
]
]
end
# Read and handle the command line options.
def handle_options
options.rakelib = ['rakelib']
OptionParser.new do |opts|
opts.banner = "rake [-f rakefile] {options} targets..."
opts.separator ""
opts.separator "Options are ..."
opts.on_tail("-h", "--help", "-H", "Display this help message.") do
puts opts
exit
end
standard_rake_options.each { |args| opts.on(*args) }
end.parse!
# If class namespaces are requested, set the global options
# according to the values in the options structure.
if options.classic_namespace
$show_tasks = options.show_tasks
$show_prereqs = options.show_prereqs
$trace = options.trace
$dryrun = options.dryrun
$silent = options.silent
end
end
# Similar to the regular Ruby +require+ command, but will check
# for *.rake files in addition to *.rb files.
def rake_require(file_name, paths=$LOAD_PATH, loaded=$")
return false if loaded.include?(file_name)
paths.each do |path|
fn = file_name + ".rake"
full_path = File.join(path, fn)
if File.exist?(full_path)
load full_path
loaded << fn
return true
end
end
fail LoadError, "Can't find #{file_name}"
end
def find_rakefile_location
here = Dir.pwd
while ! (fn = have_rakefile)
Dir.chdir("..")
if Dir.pwd == here || options.nosearch
return nil
end
here = Dir.pwd
end
[fn, here]
ensure
Dir.chdir(Rake.original_dir)
end
def raw_load_rakefile # :nodoc:
rakefile, location = find_rakefile_location
if (! options.ignore_system) &&
(options.load_system || rakefile.nil?) &&
system_dir && File.directory?(system_dir)
puts "(in #{Dir.pwd})" unless options.silent
glob("#{system_dir}/*.rake") do |name|
add_import name
end
else
fail "No Rakefile found (looking for: #{@rakefiles.join(', ')})" if
rakefile.nil?
@rakefile = rakefile
Dir.chdir(location)
puts "(in #{Dir.pwd})" unless options.silent
$rakefile = @rakefile if options.classic_namespace
load File.expand_path(@rakefile) if @rakefile && @rakefile != ''
options.rakelib.each do |rlib|
glob("#{rlib}/*.rake") do |name|
add_import name
end
end
end
load_imports
end
def glob(path, &block)
Dir[path.gsub("\\", '/')].each(&block)
end
private :glob
# The directory path containing the system wide rakefiles.
def system_dir
@system_dir ||= ENV['RAKE_SYSTEM'] || standard_system_dir
end
# The standard directory containing system wide rake files.
unless method_defined?(:standard_system_dir)
def standard_system_dir #:nodoc:
File.expand_path('~/.rake')
end
end
private :standard_system_dir
# Collect the list of tasks on the command line. If no tasks are
# given, return a list containing only the default task.
# Environmental assignments are processed at this time as well.
def collect_tasks
@top_level_tasks = []
ARGV.each do |arg|
if arg =~ /^(\w+)=(.*)$/
ENV[$1] = $2
else
@top_level_tasks << arg unless arg =~ /^-/
end
end
@top_level_tasks.push("default") if @top_level_tasks.size == 0
end
# Add a file to the list of files to be imported.
def add_import(fn)
@pending_imports << fn
end
# Load the pending list of imported files.
def load_imports
while fn = @pending_imports.shift
next if @imported.member?(fn)
if fn_task = lookup(fn)
fn_task.invoke
end
ext = File.extname(fn)
loader = @loaders[ext] || @default_loader
loader.load(fn)
@imported << fn
end
end
# Warn about deprecated use of top level constant names.
def const_warning(const_name)
@const_warning ||= false
if ! @const_warning
$stderr.puts %{WARNING: Deprecated reference to top-level constant '#{const_name}' } +
%{found at: #{rakefile_location}} # '
$stderr.puts %{ Use --classic-namespace on rake command}
$stderr.puts %{ or 'require "rake/classic_namespace"' in Rakefile}
end
@const_warning = true
end
def rakefile_location
begin
fail
rescue RuntimeError => ex
ex.backtrace.find {|str| str =~ /#{@rakefile}/ } || ""
end
end
end
end
class Module
# Rename the original handler to make it available.
alias :rake_original_const_missing :const_missing
# Check for deprecated uses of top level (i.e. in Object) uses of
# Rake class names. If someone tries to reference the constant
# name, display a warning and return the proper object. Using the
# --classic-namespace command line option will define these
# constants in Object and avoid this handler.
def const_missing(const_name)
case const_name
when :Task
Rake.application.const_warning(const_name)
Rake::Task
when :FileTask
Rake.application.const_warning(const_name)
Rake::FileTask
when :FileCreationTask
Rake.application.const_warning(const_name)
Rake::FileCreationTask
when :RakeApp
Rake.application.const_warning(const_name)
Rake::Application
else
rake_original_const_missing(const_name)
end
end
end
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