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require 'thor/base'
# TODO: Update thor to allow for git-style CLI (git bisect run)
class Thor
class << self
# Sets the default task when thor is executed without an explicit task to be called.
#
# ==== Parameters
# meth<Symbol>:: name of the defaut task
#
def default_task(meth=nil)
case meth
when :none
@default_task = 'help'
when nil
@default_task ||= from_superclass(:default_task, 'help')
else
@default_task = meth.to_s
end
end
# Defines the usage and the description of the next task.
#
# ==== Parameters
# usage<String>
# description<String>
#
def desc(usage, description, options={})
if options[:for]
task = find_and_refresh_task(options[:for])
task.usage = usage if usage
task.description = description if description
else
@usage, @desc = usage, description
end
end
# Maps an input to a task. If you define:
#
# map "-T" => "list"
#
# Running:
#
# thor -T
#
# Will invoke the list task.
#
# ==== Parameters
# Hash[String|Array => Symbol]:: Maps the string or the strings in the array to the given task.
#
def map(mappings=nil)
@map ||= from_superclass(:map, {})
if mappings
mappings.each do |key, value|
if key.respond_to?(:each)
key.each {|subkey| @map[subkey] = value}
else
@map[key] = value
end
end
end
@map
end
# Declares the options for the next task to be declared.
#
# ==== Parameters
# Hash[Symbol => Object]:: The hash key is the name of the option and the value
# is the type of the option. Can be :string, :array, :hash, :boolean, :numeric
# or :required (string). If you give a value, the type of the value is used.
#
def method_options(options=nil)
@method_options ||= {}
build_options(options, @method_options) if options
@method_options
end
# Adds an option to the set of method options. If :for is given as option,
# it allows you to change the options from a previous defined task.
#
# def previous_task
# # magic
# end
#
# method_option :foo => :bar, :for => :previous_task
#
# def next_task
# # magic
# end
#
# ==== Parameters
# name<Symbol>:: The name of the argument.
# options<Hash>:: Described below.
#
# ==== Options
# :desc - Description for the argument.
# :required - If the argument is required or not.
# :default - Default value for this argument. It cannot be required and have default values.
# :aliases - Aliases for this option.
# :type - The type of the argument, can be :string, :hash, :array, :numeric or :boolean.
# :banner - String to show on usage notes.
#
def method_option(name, options={})
scope = if options[:for]
find_and_refresh_task(options[:for]).options
else
method_options
end
build_option(name, options, scope)
end
# Parses the task and options from the given args, instantiate the class
# and invoke the task. This method is used when the arguments must be parsed
# from an array. If you are inside Ruby and want to use a Thor class, you
# can simply initialize it:
#
# script = MyScript.new(args, options, config)
# script.invoke(:task, first_arg, second_arg, third_arg)
#
def start(original_args=ARGV, config={})
super do |given_args|
meth = normalize_task_name(given_args.shift)
task = all_tasks[meth]
if task
args, opts = Thor::Options.split(given_args)
config.merge!(:task_options => task.options)
else
args, opts = given_args, {}
end
task ||= Thor::Task::Dynamic.new(meth)
trailing = args[Range.new(arguments.size, -1)]
new(args, opts, config).invoke(task, trailing || [])
end
end
# Prints help information for the given task.
#
# ==== Parameters
# shell<Thor::Shell>
# task_name<String>
#
def task_help(shell, task_name)
meth = normalize_task_name(task_name)
task = all_tasks[meth]
handle_no_task_error(meth) unless task
shell.say "Usage:"
shell.say " #{banner(task)}"
shell.say
class_options_help(shell, nil => task.options.map { |_, o| o })
shell.say task.description
end
# Prints help information for this class.
#
# ==== Parameters
# shell<Thor::Shell>
#
def help(shell)
list = printable_tasks
Thor::Util.thor_classes_in(self).each do |klass|
list += klass.printable_tasks(false)
end
list.sort!{ |a,b| a[0] <=> b[0] }
shell.say "Tasks:"
shell.print_table(list, :ident => 2, :truncate => true)
shell.say
class_options_help(shell)
end
# Returns tasks ready to be printed.
def printable_tasks(all=true)
(all ? all_tasks : tasks).map do |_, task|
item = []
item << banner(task)
item << (task.description ? "# #{task.description.gsub(/\s+/m,' ')}" : "")
item
end
end
def handle_argument_error(task, error) #:nodoc:
raise InvocationError, "#{task.name.inspect} was called incorrectly. Call as #{task.formatted_usage(self, banner_base == "thor").inspect}."
end
protected
# The banner for this class. You can customize it if you are invoking the
# thor class by another ways which is not the Thor::Runner. It receives
# the task that is going to be invoked and a boolean which indicates if
# the namespace should be displayed as arguments.
#
def banner(task)
"#{banner_base} #{task.formatted_usage(self, banner_base == "thor")}"
end
def baseclass #:nodoc:
Thor
end
def create_task(meth) #:nodoc:
if @usage && @desc
tasks[meth.to_s] = Thor::Task.new(meth, @desc, @usage, method_options)
@usage, @desc, @method_options = nil
true
elsif self.all_tasks[meth.to_s] || meth.to_sym == :method_missing
true
else
puts "[WARNING] Attempted to create task #{meth.inspect} without usage or description. " <<
"Call desc if you want this method to be available as task or declare it inside a " <<
"no_tasks{} block. Invoked from #{caller[1].inspect}."
false
end
end
def initialize_added #:nodoc:
class_options.merge!(method_options)
@method_options = nil
end
# Receives a task name (can be nil), and try to get a map from it.
# If a map can't be found use the sent name or the default task.
#
def normalize_task_name(meth) #:nodoc:
mapping = map[meth.to_s]
meth = mapping || meth || default_task
meth.to_s.gsub('-','_') # treat foo-bar > foo_bar
end
end
include Thor::Base
map HELP_MAPPINGS => :help
desc "help [TASK]", "Describe available tasks or one specific task"
def help(task=nil)
task ? self.class.task_help(shell, task) : self.class.help(shell)
end
end
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