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-- shell.rb
$Release Version: 0.6.0 $
$Revision$
by Keiju ISHITSUKA(keiju@ishitsuka.com)
=begin
= What's shell.rb?
It realizes a wish to do execution of commands with filters and pipes
like sh/csh by using just native facilities of ruby.
= Main classes
== Shell
Every shell object has its own current working directory, and executes
each command as if it stands in the directory.
--- Shell#cwd
--- Shell#dir
--- Shell#getwd
--- Shell#pwd
Returns the current directory
--- Shell#system_path
Returns the command search path in an array
--- Shell#umask
Returns the umask
== Filter
Any result of command exection is a Filter. Filter include
Enumerable, therefore a Filter object can use all Enumerable
facilities.
= Main methods
== Command definitions
In order to execute a command on your OS, you need to define it as a
Shell method.
Alternatively, you can execute any command via Shell#system even if it
is not defined.
--- Shell.def_system_command(command, path = command)
Defines a command. Registers <path> as a Shell method
<command>.
ex)
Shell.def_system_command "ls"
Defines ls.
Shell.def_system_command "sys_sort", "sort"
Defines sys_sort as sort.
--- Shell.undef_system_command(command)
Undefines a commmand
--- Shell.alias_command(ali, command, *opts) {...}
Aliases a command.
ex)
Shell.alias_command "lsC", "ls", "-CBF", "--show-control-chars"
Shell.alias_command("lsC", "ls"){|*opts| ["-CBF", "--show-control-chars", *opts]}
--- Shell.unalias_command(ali)
Unaliases a command.
--- Shell.install_system_commands(pre = "sys_")
Defines all commands in the default_system_path as Shell method,
all with <pre> prefixed to their names.
== Creation
--- Shell.new
Creates a Shell object which current directory is set to the
process current directory.
--- Shell.cd(path)
Creates a Shell object which current directory is set to
<path>.
== Process management
--- Shell#jobs
Returns a list of scheduled jobs.
--- Shell#kill sig, job
Sends a signal <sig> to <job>.
== Current directory operations
--- Shell#cd(path, &block)
--- Shell#chdir
Changes the current directory to <path>. If a block is given,
it restores the current directory when the block ends.
--- Shell#pushd(path = nil, &block)
--- Shell#pushdir
Pushes the current directory to the directory stack, changing
the current directory to <path>. If <path> is omitted, it
exchanges its current directory and the top of its directory
stack. If a block is given, it restores the current directory
when the block ends.
--- Shell#popd
--- Shell#popdir
Pops a directory from the directory stack, and sets the current
directory to it.
== File and directory operations
--- Shell#foreach(path = nil, &block)
Same as:
File#foreach (when path is a file)
Dir#foreach (when path is a directory)
--- Shell#open(path, mode)
Same as:
File#open (when path is a file)
Dir#open (when path is a directory)
--- Shell#unlink(path)
Same as:
Dir#open (when path is a file)
Dir#unlink (when path is a directory)
--- Shell#test(command, file1, file2)
--- Shell#[command, file1, file2]
Same as test().
ex)
sh[?e, "foo"]
sh[:e, "foo"]
sh["e", "foo"]
sh[:exists?, "foo"]
sh["exists?", "foo"]
--- Shell#mkdir(*path)
Same as Dir.mkdir (with multiple directories allowed)
--- Shell#rmdir(*path)
Same as Dir.rmdir (with multiple directories allowed)
== Command execution
--- System#system(command, *opts)
Executes <command> with <opts>.
ex)
print sh.system("ls", "-l")
sh.system("ls", "-l") | sh.head > STDOUT
--- System#rehash
Does rehash.
--- Shell#transact &block
Executes a block as self.
ex)
sh.transact{system("ls", "-l") | head > STDOUT}
--- Shell#out(dev = STDOUT, &block)
Does transact, with redirecting the result output to <dev>.
== Internal commands
--- Shell#echo(*strings)
--- Shell#cat(*files)
--- Shell#glob(patten)
--- Shell#tee(file)
Return Filter objects, which are results of their execution.
--- Filter#each &block
Iterates a block for each line of it.
--- Filter#<(src)
Inputs from <src>, which is either a string of a file name or an
IO.
--- Filter#>(to)
Outputs to <to>, which is either a string of a file name or an
IO.
--- Filter#>>(to)
Appends the ouput to <to>, which is either a string of a file
name or an IO.
--- Filter#|(filter)
Processes a pipeline.
--- Filter#+(filter)
(filter1 + filter2) outputs filter1, and then outputs filter2.
--- Filter#to_a
--- Filter#to_s
== Built-in commands
--- Shell#atime(file)
--- Shell#basename(file, *opt)
--- Shell#chmod(mode, *files)
--- Shell#chown(owner, group, *file)
--- Shell#ctime(file)
--- Shell#delete(*file)
--- Shell#dirname(file)
--- Shell#ftype(file)
--- Shell#join(*file)
--- Shell#link(file_from, file_to)
--- Shell#lstat(file)
--- Shell#mtime(file)
--- Shell#readlink(file)
--- Shell#rename(file_from, file_to)
--- Shell#split(file)
--- Shell#stat(file)
--- Shell#symlink(file_from, file_to)
--- Shell#truncate(file, length)
--- Shell#utime(atime, mtime, *file)
Equivalent to the class methods of File with the same names.
--- Shell#blockdev?(file)
--- Shell#chardev?(file)
--- Shell#directory?(file)
--- Shell#executable?(file)
--- Shell#executable_real?(file)
--- Shell#exist?(file)/Shell#exists?(file)
--- Shell#file?(file)
--- Shell#grpowned?(file)
--- Shell#owned?(file)
--- Shell#pipe?(file)
--- Shell#readable?(file)
--- Shell#readable_real?(file)
--- Shell#setgid?(file)
--- Shell#setuid?(file)
--- Shell#size(file)/Shell#size?(file)
--- Shell#socket?(file)
--- Shell#sticky?(file)
--- Shell#symlink?(file)
--- Shell#writable?(file)
--- Shell#writable_real?(file)
--- Shell#zero?(file)
Equivalent to the class methods of FileTest with the same names.
--- Shell#syscopy(filename_from, filename_to)
--- Shell#copy(filename_from, filename_to)
--- Shell#move(filename_from, filename_to)
--- Shell#compare(filename_from, filename_to)
--- Shell#safe_unlink(*filenames)
--- Shell#makedirs(*filenames)
--- Shell#install(filename_from, filename_to, mode)
Equivalent to the class methods of FileTools with the same
names.
And also, there are some aliases for convenience:
--- Shell#cmp <- Shell#compare
--- Shell#mv <- Shell#move
--- Shell#cp <- Shell#copy
--- Shell#rm_f <- Shell#safe_unlink
--- Shell#mkpath <- Shell#makedirs
= Samples
== ex1
sh = Shell.cd("/tmp")
sh.mkdir "shell-test-1" unless sh.exists?("shell-test-1")
sh.cd("shell-test-1")
for dir in ["dir1", "dir3", "dir5"]
if !sh.exists?(dir)
sh.mkdir dir
sh.cd(dir) do
f = sh.open("tmpFile", "w")
f.print "TEST\n"
f.close
end
print sh.pwd
end
end
== ex2
sh = Shell.cd("/tmp")
sh.transact do
mkdir "shell-test-1" unless exists?("shell-test-1")
cd("shell-test-1")
for dir in ["dir1", "dir3", "dir5"]
if !exists?(dir)
mkdir dir
cd(dir) do
f = open("tmpFile", "w")
f.print "TEST\n"
f.close
end
print pwd
end
end
end
== ex3
sh.cat("/etc/printcap") | sh.tee("tee1") > "tee2"
(sh.cat < "/etc/printcap") | sh.tee("tee11") > "tee12"
sh.cat("/etc/printcap") | sh.tee("tee1") >> "tee2"
(sh.cat < "/etc/printcap") | sh.tee("tee11") >> "tee12"
== ex4
print sh.cat("/etc/passwd").head.collect{|l| l =~ /keiju/}
=end
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