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require 'boson/bare_runner'
require 'boson/manager'
require 'boson/loader'
require 'boson/inspector'
require 'boson/library'
require 'boson/method_inspector'
require 'boson/runner_library'
require 'boson/command'
require 'boson/util'
require 'boson/option_parser'
require 'boson/options'
require 'boson/scientist'
require 'boson/option_command'
require 'boson/version'
# This module stores the libraries, commands and the main_object.
#
# Useful documentation links:
# * Boson::Library - All about libraries
# * Boson::Loader - Explains library module callbacks
# * Boson::OptionParser - All about options
module Boson
extend self
# Module which is extended by Boson.main_object to give it command functionality.
module Universe; end
# Module under which most library modules are evaluated.
module Commands; end
# Default config
CONFIG = {libraries: {}, command_aliases: {}, option_underscore_search: true}
# The object which holds and executes all command functionality
attr_accessor :main_object
alias_method :higgs, :main_object
attr_accessor :commands, :libraries, :config
# Prints debugging info when set
attr_accessor :debug
# Returns true if commands are being executed from a non-ruby shell i.e. bash
# Returns nil/false if in a ruby shell i.e. irb.
attr_accessor :in_shell
# Returns true if in commandline with verbose flag or if set explicitly.
# Plugins should use this to display more info.
attr_accessor :verbose
# Array of loaded Boson::Library objects.
def libraries
@libraries ||= Array.new
end
# Array of loaded Boson::Command objects.
def commands
@commands ||= Array.new
end
# Global config used by most classes
def config
@config ||= CONFIG
end
# Sets main_object and extends it with commands from Universe
def main_object=(value)
@main_object = value.extend(Universe)
end
# Finds first library that has a value of attribute
def library(query, attribute='name')
libraries.find {|e| e.send(attribute) == query }
end
# Invoke an action on the main object.
def invoke(*args, &block)
main_object.send(*args, &block)
end
# Similar to invoke but accepts args as an array
def full_invoke(cmd, args)
main_object.send(cmd, *args)
end
# Boolean indicating if the main object can invoke the given method/command.
def can_invoke?(meth, priv=true)
Boson.main_object.respond_to? meth, priv
end
end
Boson.main_object = self