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#--
# Copyright 2006 by Chad Fowler, Rich Kilmer, Jim Weirich and others.
# All rights reserved.
# See LICENSE.txt for permissions.
#++
module Kernel
if defined?(gem_original_require) then
# Ruby ships with a custom_require, override its require
remove_method :require
else
##
# The Kernel#require from before RubyGems was loaded.
alias gem_original_require require
private :gem_original_require
end
##
# When RubyGems is required, Kernel#require is replaced with our own which
# is capable of loading gems on demand.
#
# When you call <tt>require 'x'</tt>, this is what happens:
# * If the file can be loaded from the existing Ruby loadpath, it
# is.
# * Otherwise, installed gems are searched for a file that matches.
# If it's found in gem 'y', that gem is activated (added to the
# loadpath).
#
# The normal <tt>require</tt> functionality of returning false if
# that file has already been loaded is preserved.
def require path
# If there are no unresolved deps, then we can use just try
# normal require handle loading a gem from the rescue below.
if Gem::Specification.unresolved_deps.empty? then
return gem_original_require(path)
end
# If +path+ is for a gem that has already been loaded, don't
# bother trying to find it in an unresolved gem, just go straight
# to normal require.
#--
# TODO request access to the C implementation of this to speed up RubyGems
spec = Gem::Specification.find { |s|
s.activated? and s.contains_requirable_file? path
}
return gem_original_require(path) if spec
# Attempt to find +path+ in any unresolved gems...
found_specs = Gem::Specification.find_in_unresolved path
# If there are no directly unresolved gems, then try and find +path+
# in any gems that are available via the currently unresolved gems.
# For example, given:
#
# a => b => c => d
#
# If a and b are currently active with c being unresolved and d.rb is
# requested, then find_in_unresolved_tree will find d.rb in d because
# it's a dependency of c.
#
if found_specs.empty? then
found_specs = Gem::Specification.find_in_unresolved_tree path
found_specs.each do |found_spec|
found_spec.activate
end
# We found +path+ directly in an unresolved gem. Now we figure out, of
# the possible found specs, which one we should activate.
else
# Check that all the found specs are just different
# versions of the same gem
names = found_specs.map(&:name).uniq
if names.size > 1 then
raise Gem::LoadError, "#{path} found in multiple gems: #{names.join ', '}"
end
# Ok, now find a gem that has no conflicts, starting
# at the highest version.
valid = found_specs.select { |s| s.conflicts.empty? }.last
unless valid then
le = Gem::LoadError.new "unable to find a version of '#{names.first}' to activate"
le.name = names.first
raise le
end
valid.activate
end
gem_original_require path
rescue LoadError => load_error
if load_error.message.start_with?("Could not find") or
(load_error.message.end_with?(path) and Gem.try_activate(path)) then
return gem_original_require(path)
end
raise load_error
end
private :require
end
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