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# frozen_string_literal: true
module Bundler
class Source
class Path < Source
autoload :Installer, "bundler/source/path/installer"
attr_reader :path, :options, :root_path, :original_path
attr_writer :name
attr_accessor :version
protected :original_path
DEFAULT_GLOB = "{,*,*/*}.gemspec".freeze
def initialize(options)
@options = options.dup
@glob = options["glob"] || DEFAULT_GLOB
@allow_cached = false
@allow_remote = false
@root_path = options["root_path"] || Bundler.root
if options["path"]
@path = Pathname.new(options["path"])
@path = expand(@path) unless @path.relative?
end
@name = options["name"]
@version = options["version"]
# Stores the original path. If at any point we move to the
# cached directory, we still have the original path to copy from.
@original_path = @path
end
def remote!
@local_specs = nil
@allow_remote = true
end
def cached!
@local_specs = nil
@allow_cached = true
end
def self.from_lock(options)
new(options.merge("path" => options.delete("remote")))
end
def to_lock
out = String.new("PATH\n")
out << " remote: #{lockfile_path}\n"
out << " glob: #{@glob}\n" unless @glob == DEFAULT_GLOB
out << " specs:\n"
end
def to_s
"source at `#{@path}`"
end
def hash
[self.class, expanded_path, version].hash
end
def eql?(other)
return unless other.class == self.class
expanded_original_path == other.expanded_original_path &&
version == other.version
end
alias_method :==, :eql?
def name
File.basename(expanded_path.to_s)
end
def install(spec, options = {})
print_using_message "Using #{version_message(spec)} from #{self}"
generate_bin(spec, :disable_extensions => true)
nil # no post-install message
end
def cache(spec, custom_path = nil)
app_cache_path = app_cache_path(custom_path)
return unless Bundler.feature_flag.cache_all?
return if expand(@original_path).to_s.index(root_path.to_s + "/") == 0
unless @original_path.exist?
raise GemNotFound, "Can't cache gem #{version_message(spec)} because #{self} is missing!"
end
FileUtils.rm_rf(app_cache_path)
FileUtils.cp_r("#{@original_path}/.", app_cache_path)
FileUtils.touch(app_cache_path.join(".bundlecache"))
end
def local_specs(*)
@local_specs ||= load_spec_files
end
def specs
if has_app_cache?
@path = app_cache_path
@expanded_path = nil # Invalidate
end
local_specs
end
def app_cache_dirname
name
end
def root
Bundler.root
end
def expanded_original_path
@expanded_original_path ||= expand(original_path)
end
private
def expanded_path
@expanded_path ||= expand(path)
end
def expand(somepath)
somepath.expand_path(root_path)
rescue ArgumentError => e
Bundler.ui.debug(e)
raise PathError, "There was an error while trying to use the path " \
"`#{somepath}`.\nThe error message was: #{e.message}."
end
def lockfile_path
return relative_path(original_path) if original_path.absolute?
expand(original_path).relative_path_from(Bundler.root)
end
def app_cache_path(custom_path = nil)
@app_cache_path ||= Bundler.app_cache(custom_path).join(app_cache_dirname)
end
def has_app_cache?
SharedHelpers.in_bundle? && app_cache_path.exist?
end
def load_gemspec(file)
return unless spec = Bundler.load_gemspec(file)
Bundler.rubygems.set_installed_by_version(spec)
spec
end
def validate_spec(spec)
Bundler.rubygems.validate(spec)
end
def load_spec_files
index = Index.new
if File.directory?(expanded_path)
# We sort depth-first since `<<` will override the earlier-found specs
Dir["#{expanded_path}/#{@glob}"].sort_by {|p| -p.split(File::SEPARATOR).size }.each do |file|
next unless spec = load_gemspec(file)
spec.source = self
# Validation causes extension_dir to be calculated, which depends
# on #source, so we validate here instead of load_gemspec
validate_spec(spec)
index << spec
end
if index.empty? && @name && @version
index << Gem::Specification.new do |s|
s.name = @name
s.source = self
s.version = Gem::Version.new(@version)
s.platform = Gem::Platform::RUBY
s.summary = "Fake gemspec for #{@name}"
s.relative_loaded_from = "#{@name}.gemspec"
s.authors = ["no one"]
if expanded_path.join("bin").exist?
executables = expanded_path.join("bin").children
executables.reject! {|p| File.directory?(p) }
s.executables = executables.map {|c| c.basename.to_s }
end
end
end
else
message = String.new("The path `#{expanded_path}` ")
message << if File.exist?(expanded_path)
"is not a directory."
else
"does not exist."
end
raise PathError, message
end
index
end
def relative_path(path = self.path)
if path.to_s.start_with?(root_path.to_s)
return path.relative_path_from(root_path)
end
path
end
def generate_bin(spec, options = {})
gem_dir = Pathname.new(spec.full_gem_path)
# Some gem authors put absolute paths in their gemspec
# and we have to save them from themselves
spec.files = spec.files.map do |p|
next p unless p =~ /\A#{Pathname::SEPARATOR_PAT}/
next if File.directory?(p)
begin
Pathname.new(p).relative_path_from(gem_dir).to_s
rescue ArgumentError
p
end
end.compact
installer = Path::Installer.new(
spec,
:env_shebang => false,
:disable_extensions => options[:disable_extensions],
:build_args => options[:build_args],
:bundler_extension_cache_path => extension_cache_path(spec)
)
installer.post_install
rescue Gem::InvalidSpecificationException => e
Bundler.ui.warn "\n#{spec.name} at #{spec.full_gem_path} did not have a valid gemspec.\n" \
"This prevents bundler from installing bins or native extensions, but " \
"that may not affect its functionality."
if !spec.extensions.empty? && !spec.email.empty?
Bundler.ui.warn "If you need to use this package without installing it from a gem " \
"repository, please contact #{spec.email} and ask them " \
"to modify their .gemspec so it can work with `gem build`."
end
Bundler.ui.warn "The validation message from RubyGems was:\n #{e.message}"
end
end
end
end