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Daniela Wellisz & Kevin Fitzpatrick authored
19 lib/license_finder/gem_spec_details.rb
@@ -34,13 +34,16 @@ def determine_license
34 34 end
35 35
36 36 def license_files
37   - Dir.glob(File.join(install_path, '**', LICENSE_FILE_NAMES)).map do |path|
38   - file = LicenseFile.new(install_path, path)
39   - file.include_license_text = include_license_text?
40   - file
  37 + paths_for_license_names = Dir.glob(File.join(install_path, '**', LICENSE_FILE_NAMES))
  38 + paths_for_license_names.map do |path|
  39 + if File.directory?(path)
  40 + entries_in_directory = Dir::entries(path).reject {|p| p.match(/^(\.){1,2}$/) }
  41 + return entries_in_directory.map { |entry_name| get_file_for_path(File.join(path, entry_name)) }
  42 + end
  43 + get_file_for_path(path)
41 44 end
42 45 end
43   -
  46 +
44 47 def readme_files
45 48 Dir.glob(File.join(install_path, '**', README_FILE_NAMES)).map do |path|
46 49 file = LicenseFile.new(install_path, path)
@@ -79,5 +82,11 @@ def sort_order
79 82 def include_license_text?
80 83 @include_license_text
81 84 end
  85 +
  86 + def get_file_for_path(path)
  87 + file = LicenseFile.new(install_path, path)
  88 + file.include_license_text = include_license_text?
  89 + file
  90 + end
82 91 end
83 92 end
25 spec/fixtures/license_directory/LICENSE/BSD-2-Clause.txt
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339 spec/fixtures/license_directory/LICENSE/GPL-2.0.txt
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21 spec/fixtures/license_directory/LICENSE/MIT.txt
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60 spec/fixtures/license_directory/LICENSE/RUBY.txt
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9 spec/gem_spec_details_spec.rb
@@ -44,6 +44,15 @@ def full_gem_path
44 44 LicenseFinder::GemSpecDetails.new(gem_spec).license_files.map { |f| [f.file_name, f.file_path] }.should =~
45 45 [['LICENSE', 'vendor/LICENSE']]
46 46 end
  47 +
  48 + it "includes any file inside of a directory called LICENSE" do
  49 + gem_spec = @mock_gemspec.new('spec/fixtures/license_directory')
  50 + found_license_files = LicenseFinder::GemSpecDetails.new(gem_spec).license_files
  51 + found_license_files.map(&:file_name).should ==
  52 + %w[BSD-2-Clause.txt GPL-2.0.txt MIT.txt RUBY.txt]
  53 + found_license_files.map(&:file_path).should ==
  54 + %w[LICENSE/BSD-2-Clause.txt LICENSE/GPL-2.0.txt LICENSE/MIT.txt LICENSE/RUBY.txt]
  55 + end
47 56 end
48 57
49 58 describe "#readme_files" do

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