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commandline tool to convert 1.8 code to ruby 1.9.2. So what's your excuse for not upgrading to 1.9.2? ;)

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Description

one9 is a commandline tool to help convert your ruby 1.8.7 code to 1.9.2. It works by spying on your tests and detecting 1.9 changes. Once your test suite finishes, one9 prints a report listing the exact locations of methods that have changed in 1.9. To make the transition even easier, one9 can open this list in an editor. So what's your excuse for not upgrading to 1.9.2? ;)

Install

$ gem install one9

If you're using bundler (the default in rails3), add one9 to your Gemfile if your tests are invoked by bundler i.e. one9 test, one9 test rake * or one9 test bundle exec *.

Usage

Run your tests using ruby 1.8 in the root directory of a gem or Rails app:

# Runs `rake test` by default
$ one9 test

# To run any test command, just prefix it with one9 test:
# Run all cucumber specs
$ one9 test cucumber

# Only run model specs
$ one9 test rspec spec/models

After your tests, you'll see a report. Here's what it all looks like when run on boson:

$ one9 test
............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
Finished in 0.704555 seconds.

300 tests, 580 assertions, 0 failures, 0 errors

** One9 Report **
+---------------------------------+-------+--------------------------------------------------------------+--------+--------------------------------------------------------------+
| method                          | count | message                                                      | type   | lines                                                        |
+---------------------------------+-------+--------------------------------------------------------------+--------+--------------------------------------------------------------+
| Module#instance_methods         | 5     | Returns array of symbols instead of array of strings         | change | lib/boson/util.rb:39:in `detect',lib/boson/util.rb:40:in ... |
| Module#private_instance_methods | 2     | Returns array of symbols instead of array of strings         | change | lib/boson/inspectors/argument_inspector.rb:23:in `scrape_... |
| Hash#to_s                       | 4     | An alias of #inspect instead of a spaceless join of the e... | change | lib/boson/loader.rb:87:in `initialize_library_module',lib... |
| Hash#select                     | 4     | Returns a hash instead of an association array               | change | lib/boson/loader.rb:109:in `set_library_commands',lib/bos... |
+---------------------------------+-------+--------------------------------------------------------------+--------+--------------------------------------------------------------+
4 rows in set

To edit these possible changes:

# Opens all changes
$ one9 edit

# Only open a subset of changes:
# Opens Hash changes
$ one9 edit Hash

# Only open Hash#to_s changes
$ one9 edit Hash#to_s

Currently this opens the quickfix list in vim. Patches for emacs and other editors welcome :)

If your editor isn't supported, you can still view the possible changes:

$ one9 files
+---------------------------------+---------------------------------------------------------------------+
| name                            | line                                                                |
+---------------------------------+---------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Module#instance_methods         | lib/boson/util.rb:39:in `detect'                                    |
| Module#instance_methods         | lib/boson/util.rb:40:in `detect'                                    |
| Module#instance_methods         | lib/boson/loader.rb:101:in `check_for_method_conflicts'             |
| Module#instance_methods         | lib/boson/util.rb:44:in `detect'                                    |
| Module#instance_methods         | lib/boson/namespace.rb:28:in `boson_commands'                       |
...

Configure

one9 comes with a decent list of 1.9 changes and descriptions. If you'd like to add your own changes, add them to your ~/.one9rc. For example:

# For methods that have changed in 1.9
change 'Class#instance_method', 'Some description'

# For methods that have been deleted in 1.9
delete 'Class.class_method', 'Some description'

For more examples, see the defaults that one9 defines.

If I've missed an important 1.9 change, feel free to fork and pull.

Goal

This gem aims to get the ruby community to seriously use 1.9.2 and to port as many of the 1.8 gems to 1.9. Since this gem maintains a list of 1.9 changes, it could be used as a multi-purpose tool. Some ideas for future commands:

  • grep command to grep code for changed methods. Basically for porting test-deprived code.

  • info command to explain a method's change in detail with examples and possible solutions

  • rails command to ease porting a rails app and all its dependencies.

  • automating code changes like “python's 2to3”:docs.python.org/py3k/library/2to3.html

If you're interested in implementing these or other such commands, please do contribute.

Limitations

  • The following methods can't be spied on: Object#=~, String#[], String#to_a, String#each. For more, see the defaults file.

  • Only one set of changes is saved at a time. This means running `one9 test` will overwrite your previous saved changes.

Credits

  • castiglione for bug fix.

1.9 Links

Links

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