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module ActionWebService # :nodoc:
module Container # :nodoc:
module Direct # :nodoc:
class ContainerError < ActionWebServiceError # :nodoc:
end
def self.included(base) # :nodoc:
base.extend(ClassMethods)
end
module ClassMethods
# Attaches ActionWebService API +definition+ to the calling class.
#
# Action Controllers can have a default associated API, removing the need
# to call this method if you follow the Action Web Service naming conventions.
#
# A controller with a class name of GoogleSearchController will
# implicitly load <tt>app/apis/google_search_api.rb</tt>, and expect the
# API definition class to be named <tt>GoogleSearchAPI</tt> or
# <tt>GoogleSearchApi</tt>.
#
# ==== Service class example
#
# class MyService < ActionWebService::Base
# web_service_api MyAPI
# end
#
# class MyAPI < ActionWebService::API::Base
# ...
# end
#
# ==== Controller class example
#
# class MyController < ActionController::Base
# web_service_api MyAPI
# end
#
# class MyAPI < ActionWebService::API::Base
# ...
# end
def web_service_api(definition=nil)
if definition.nil?
read_inheritable_attribute("web_service_api")
else
if definition.is_a?(Symbol)
raise(ContainerError, "symbols can only be used for #web_service_api inside of a controller")
end
unless definition.respond_to?(:ancestors) && definition.ancestors.include?(ActionWebService::API::Base)
raise(ContainerError, "#{definition.to_s} is not a valid API definition")
end
write_inheritable_attribute("web_service_api", definition)
call_web_service_api_callbacks(self, definition)
end
end
def add_web_service_api_callback(&block) # :nodoc:
write_inheritable_array("web_service_api_callbacks", [block])
end
private
def call_web_service_api_callbacks(container_class, definition)
(read_inheritable_attribute("web_service_api_callbacks") || []).each do |block|
block.call(container_class, definition)
end
end
end
end
end
end
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