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require 'rails/engine'
require 'active_support/core_ext/array/conversions'
module Rails
# Rails::Plugin is nothing more than a Rails::Engine, but since it's loaded too late
# in the boot process, it does not have the same configuration powers as a bare
# Rails::Engine.
#
# Opposite to Rails::Railtie and Rails::Engine, you are not supposed to inherit from
# Rails::Plugin. Rails::Plugin is automatically configured to be an engine by simply
# placing inside vendor/plugins. Since this is done automatically, you actually cannot
# declare a Rails::Engine inside your Plugin, otherwise it would cause the same files
# to be loaded twice. This means that if you want to ship an Engine as gem it cannot
# be used as plugin and vice-versa.
#
# Besides this conceptual difference, the only difference between Rails::Engine and
# Rails::Plugin is that plugins automatically load the file "init.rb" at the plugin
# root during the boot process.
#
class Plugin < Engine
def self.global_plugins
@global_plugins ||= []
end
def self.inherited(base)
raise "You cannot inherit from Rails::Plugin"
end
def self.all(list, paths)
plugins = []
paths.each do |path|
Dir["#{path}/*"].each do |plugin_path|
plugin = new(plugin_path)
next unless list.include?(plugin.name) || list.include?(:all)
if global_plugins.include?(plugin.name)
warn "WARNING: plugin #{plugin.name} from #{path} was not loaded. Plugin with the same name has been already loaded."
next
end
global_plugins << plugin.name
plugins << plugin
end
end
plugins.sort_by do |p|
[list.index(p.name) || list.index(:all), p.name.to_s]
end
end
attr_reader :name, :path
def railtie_name
name.to_s
end
def initialize(root)
ActiveSupport::Deprecation.warn "You have Rails 2.3-style plugins in vendor/plugins! Support for these plugins will be removed in Rails 4.0. Move them out and bundle them in your Gemfile, or fold them in to your app as lib/myplugin/* and config/initializers/myplugin.rb. See the release notes for more on this: http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2012/1/4/rails-3-2-0-rc2-has-been-released"
@name = File.basename(root).to_sym
config.root = root
end
def config
@config ||= Engine::Configuration.new
end
initializer :handle_lib_autoload, :before => :set_load_path do |app|
autoload = if app.config.reload_plugins
config.autoload_paths
else
config.autoload_once_paths
end
autoload.concat paths["lib"].existent
end
initializer :load_init_rb, :before => :load_config_initializers do |app|
init_rb = File.expand_path("init.rb", root)
if File.file?(init_rb)
# This double assignment is to prevent an "unused variable" warning on Ruby 1.9.3.
config = config = app.config
# TODO: think about evaling initrb in context of Engine (currently it's
# always evaled in context of Rails::Application)
eval(File.read(init_rb), binding, init_rb)
end
end
initializer :sanity_check_railties_collision do
if Engine.subclasses.map { |k| k.root.to_s }.include?(root.to_s)
raise "\"#{name}\" is a Railtie/Engine and cannot be installed as a plugin"
end
end
end
end
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