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require 'logger'
RAILS_ENV = ENV['RAILS_ENV'] || 'development'
module Rails
# The Initializer is responsible for processing the Rails configuration, such as setting the $LOAD_PATH, requiring the
# right frameworks, initializing logging, and more. It can be run either as a single command that'll just use the
# default configuration, like this:
#
# Rails::Initializer.run
#
# But normally it's more interesting to pass in a custom configuration through the block running:
#
# Rails::Initializer.run do |config|
# config.frameworks -= [ :action_web_service ]
# end
#
# This will use the default configuration options from Rails::Configuration, but allow for overwriting on select areas.
class Initializer
attr_reader :configuration
def self.run(command = :process, configuration = Configuration.new)
yield configuration if block_given?
new(configuration).send(command)
end
def initialize(configuration)
@configuration = configuration
end
def process
set_load_path
require_frameworks
require_environment
initialize_database
initialize_logger
initialize_framework_logging
initialize_framework_views
initialize_routing
initialize_session_settings
end
def set_load_path
configuration.load_paths.reverse.each { |dir| $LOAD_PATH.unshift(dir) if File.directory?(dir) }
$LOAD_PATH.uniq!
end
def require_frameworks
configuration.frameworks.each { |framework| require(framework.to_s) }
end
def require_environment
require_dependency(configuration.environment_file)
end
def initialize_database
return unless configuration.frameworks.include?(:active_record)
ActiveRecord::Base.configurations = configuration.database_configuration
ActiveRecord::Base.establish_connection
end
def initialize_logger
# if the environment has explicitly defined a logger, use it
return if defined?(RAILS_DEFAULT_LOGGER)
begin
logger = Logger.new(configuration.log_path)
logger.level = configuration.log_level
rescue StandardError
logger = Logger.new(STDERR)
logger.level = Logger::WARN
logger.warn(
"Rails Error: Unable to access log file. Please ensure that #{configuration.log_path} exists and is chmod 0666. " +
"The log level has been raised to WARN and the output directed to STDERR until the problem is fixed."
)
end
silence_warnings { Object.const_set "RAILS_DEFAULT_LOGGER", logger }
end
def initialize_framework_logging
# TODO: Only do logging for frameworks loaded
[ActiveRecord, ActionController, ActionMailer].each { |mod| mod::Base.logger ||= RAILS_DEFAULT_LOGGER }
end
def initialize_framework_views
# TODO: Only do view setting for frameworks loaded
[ActionController, ActionMailer].each { |mod| mod::Base.template_root ||= configuration.view_path }
end
def initialize_routing
return unless configuration.frameworks.include?(:action_controller)
ActionController::Routing::Routes.reload
Object.const_set "Controllers", Dependencies::LoadingModule.root(*configuration.controller_paths)
end
def initialize_session_settings
return if !configuration.frameworks.include?(:action_controller)
ActionController::CgiRequest::DEFAULT_SESSION_OPTIONS.merge!(configuration.session_options)
end
end
# The Configuration class holds all the parameters for the Initializer and ships with defaults that suites most
# Rails applications. But it's possible to overwrite everything. Usually, you'll create an Configuration file implicitly
# through the block running on the Initializer, but it's also possible to create the Configuration instance in advance and
# pass it in like this:
#
# config = Rails::Configuration.new
# Rails::Initializer.run(:process, config)
class Configuration
attr_accessor :frameworks, :load_paths, :log_level, :log_path, :database_configuration_file, :view_path, :controller_paths
attr_accessor :session_options
def initialize
self.frameworks = default_frameworks
self.load_paths = default_load_paths
self.log_path = default_log_path
self.log_level = default_log_level
self.view_path = default_view_path
self.controller_paths = default_controller_paths
self.session_options = default_session_options
self.database_configuration_file = default_database_configuration_file
end
def database_configuration
YAML::load(ERB.new((IO.read(database_configuration_file))).result)
end
def environment_file
"environments/#{environment}"
end
def environment
::RAILS_ENV
end
private
def default_frameworks
[ :active_support, :active_record, :action_controller, :action_mailer, :action_web_service ]
end
def default_load_paths
paths = ["#{RAILS_ROOT}/test/mocks/#{environment}"]
# Then model subdirectories.
# TODO: Don't include .rb models as load paths
paths.concat(Dir["#{RAILS_ROOT}/app/models/[_a-z]*"])
paths.concat(Dir["#{RAILS_ROOT}/components/[_a-z]*"])
# Followed by the standard includes.
# TODO: Don't include dirs for frameworks that are not used
paths.concat %w(
app
app/models
app/controllers
app/helpers
app/apis
components
config
lib
vendor
vendor/rails/railties
vendor/rails/railties/lib
vendor/rails/actionpack/lib
vendor/rails/activesupport/lib
vendor/rails/activerecord/lib
vendor/rails/actionmailer/lib
vendor/rails/actionwebservice/lib
).map { |dir| "#{RAILS_ROOT}/#{dir}" }.select { |dir| File.directory?(dir) }
end
def default_log_path
File.join(RAILS_ROOT, 'log', "#{environment}.log")
end
def default_log_level
environment == 'production' ? Logger::INFO : Logger::DEBUG
end
def default_database_configuration_file
File.join(RAILS_ROOT, 'config', 'database.yml')
end
def default_view_path
File.join(RAILS_ROOT, 'app', 'views')
end
def default_controller_paths
[ File.join(RAILS_ROOT, 'app', 'controllers'), File.join(RAILS_ROOT, 'components') ]
end
def default_session_options
{}
end
end
end
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