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RDoc::Generator::Darkfish

Darkfish RDoc HTML Generator

$Id: darkfish.rb 52 2009-01-07 02:08:11Z deveiant $

Author/s

  • Michael Granger (ged@FaerieMUD.org)

Contributors

  • Mahlon E. Smith (mahlon@martini.nu)

  • Eric Hodel (drbrain@segment7.net)

License

Copyright © 2007, 2008, Michael Granger. All rights reserved.

Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:

  • Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.

  • Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.

  • Neither the name of the author/s, nor the names of the project’s contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without specific prior written permission.

THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.

Constants

DESCRIPTION

Description of this generator

GENERATOR_DIR

Path to this file’s parent directory. Used to find templates and other resources.

SVNID_PATTERN

%q$Id: darkfish.rb 52 2009-01-07 02:08:11Z deveiant $“

VERSION

Release Version

Attributes

outputdir[R]

The output directory

Public Class Methods

new(options) click to toggle source

Initialize a few instance variables before we start

 
               # File rdoc/generator/darkfish.rb, line 73
def initialize options
  @options = options

  @template_dir = Pathname.new options.template_dir
  @template_cache = {}

  @files      = nil
  @classes    = nil

  @basedir = Pathname.pwd.expand_path
end
            

Public Instance Methods

class_dir() click to toggle source

Directory where generated class HTML files live relative to the output dir.

 
               # File rdoc/generator/darkfish.rb, line 102
def class_dir
  nil
end
            
debug_msg(*msg) click to toggle source

Output progress information if debugging is enabled

 
               # File rdoc/generator/darkfish.rb, line 93
def debug_msg *msg
  return unless $DEBUG_RDOC
  $stderr.puts(*msg)
end
            
file_dir() click to toggle source

Directory where generated class HTML files live relative to the output dir.

 
               # File rdoc/generator/darkfish.rb, line 110
def file_dir
  nil
end
            
gen_sub_directories() click to toggle source

Create the directories the generated docs will live in if they don’t already exist.

 
               # File rdoc/generator/darkfish.rb, line 118
def gen_sub_directories
  @outputdir.mkpath
end
            
generate(top_levels) click to toggle source

Build the initial indices and output objects based on an array of TopLevel objects containing the extracted information.

 
               # File rdoc/generator/darkfish.rb, line 150
def generate top_levels
  @outputdir = Pathname.new(@options.op_dir).expand_path(@basedir)

  @files = top_levels.sort
  @classes = RDoc::TopLevel.all_classes_and_modules.sort
  @methods = @classes.map { |m| m.method_list }.flatten.sort
  @modsort = get_sorted_module_list(@classes)

  # Now actually write the output
  write_style_sheet
  generate_index
  generate_class_files
  generate_file_files

rescue => e
  debug_msg "%s: %s\n  %s" % [
    e.class.name, e.message, e.backtrace.join("\n  ")
  ]

  raise
end
            
write_style_sheet() click to toggle source

Copy over the stylesheet into the appropriate place in the output directory.

 
               # File rdoc/generator/darkfish.rb, line 126
def write_style_sheet
  debug_msg "Copying static files"
  options = { :verbose => $DEBUG_RDOC, :noop => @options.dry_run }

  FileUtils.cp @template_dir + 'rdoc.css', '.', options

  Dir[(@template_dir + "{js,images}/**/*").to_s].each do |path|
    next if File.directory? path
    next if File.basename(path) =~ /^\./

      dst = Pathname.new(path).relative_path_from @template_dir

    # I suck at glob
    dst_dir = dst.dirname
    FileUtils.mkdir_p dst_dir, options unless File.exist? dst_dir

    FileUtils.cp @template_dir + path, dst, options
  end
end
            

Protected Instance Methods

generate_class_files() click to toggle source

Generate a documentation file for each class

 
               # File rdoc/generator/darkfish.rb, line 221
def generate_class_files
  template_file = @template_dir + 'classpage.rhtml'
  return unless template_file.exist?
  debug_msg "Generating class documentation in #{@outputdir}"

  current = nil

  @classes.each do |klass|
    current = klass
    debug_msg "  working on %s (%s)" % [klass.full_name, klass.path]
    out_file   = @outputdir + klass.path
    # suppress 1.9.3 warning
    rel_prefix = rel_prefix = @outputdir.relative_path_from(out_file.dirname)
    svninfo    = svninfo    = self.get_svninfo(klass)

    debug_msg "  rendering #{out_file}"
    render_template template_file, out_file do |io| binding end
  end
rescue => e
  error = RDoc::Error.new        "error generating #{current.path}: #{e.message} (#{e.class})"
  error.set_backtrace e.backtrace

  raise error
end
            
generate_file_files() click to toggle source

Generate a documentation file for each file

 
               # File rdoc/generator/darkfish.rb, line 250
def generate_file_files
  template_file = @template_dir + 'filepage.rhtml'
  return unless template_file.exist?
  debug_msg "Generating file documentation in #{@outputdir}"

  out_file = nil

  @files.each do |file|
    out_file     = @outputdir + file.path
    debug_msg "  working on %s (%s)" % [file.full_name, out_file]
    # suppress 1.9.3 warning
    rel_prefix = rel_prefix  = @outputdir.relative_path_from(out_file.dirname)

    debug_msg "  rendering #{out_file}"
    render_template template_file, out_file do |io| binding end
  end
rescue => e
  error =
    RDoc::Error.new "error generating #{out_file}: #{e.message} (#{e.class})"
  error.set_backtrace e.backtrace

  raise error
end
            
generate_index() click to toggle source

Generate an index page which lists all the classes which are documented.

 
               # File rdoc/generator/darkfish.rb, line 201
def generate_index
  template_file = @template_dir + 'index.rhtml'
  return unless template_file.exist?

  debug_msg "Rendering the index page..."

  out_file = @basedir + @options.op_dir + 'index.html'

  render_template template_file, out_file do |io| binding end
rescue => e
  error = RDoc::Error.new        "error generating index.html: #{e.message} (#{e.class})"
  error.set_backtrace e.backtrace

  raise error
end
            
get_sorted_module_list(classes) click to toggle source

Return a list of the documented modules sorted by salience first, then by name.

 
               # File rdoc/generator/darkfish.rb, line 178
def get_sorted_module_list(classes)
  nscounts = classes.inject({}) do |counthash, klass|
    top_level = klass.full_name.gsub(/::.*/, '')
    counthash[top_level] ||= 0
    counthash[top_level] += 1

    counthash
  end

  # Sort based on how often the top level namespace occurs, and then on the
  # name of the module -- this works for projects that put their stuff into
  # a namespace, of course, but doesn't hurt if they don't.
  classes.sort_by do |klass|
    top_level = klass.full_name.gsub( /::.*/, '' )
    [nscounts[top_level] * -1, klass.full_name]
  end.select do |klass|
    klass.display?
  end
end
            
get_svninfo(klass) click to toggle source

Try to extract Subversion information out of the first constant whose value looks like a subversion Id tag. If no matching constant is found, and empty hash is returned.

 
               # File rdoc/generator/darkfish.rb, line 309
def get_svninfo klass
  constants = klass.constants or return {}

  constants.find { |c| c.value =~ SVNID_PATTERN } or return {}

  filename, rev, date, time, committer = $~.captures
  commitdate = Time.parse "#{date} #{time}"

  return {
    :filename    => filename,
    :rev         => Integer(rev),
    :commitdate  => commitdate,
    :commitdelta => time_delta_string(Time.now - commitdate),
    :committer   => committer,
  }
end
            
render_template(template_file, out_file) click to toggle source

Load and render the erb template in the given template_file and write it out to out_file.

Both template_file and out_file should be Pathname-like objects.

An io will be yielded which must be captured by binding in the caller.

 
               # File rdoc/generator/darkfish.rb, line 334
def render_template template_file, out_file # :yield: io
  template = template_for template_file

  unless @options.dry_run then
    debug_msg "Outputting to %s" % [out_file.expand_path]

    out_file.dirname.mkpath
    out_file.open 'w', 0644 do |io|
      io.set_encoding @options.encoding if Object.const_defined? :Encoding

      context = yield io

      template_result template, context, template_file
    end
  else
    context = yield nil

    output = template_result template, context, template_file

    debug_msg "  would have written %d characters to %s" % [
      output.length, out_file.expand_path
    ]
  end
end
            
template_for(file) click to toggle source

Retrieves a cache template for file, if present, or fills the cache.

 
               # File rdoc/generator/darkfish.rb, line 376
def template_for file
  template = @template_cache[file]

  return template if template

  klass = @options.dry_run ? ERB : RDoc::ERBIO

  template = klass.new file.read, nil, '<>'
  @template_cache[file] = template
  template
end
            
template_result(template, context, template_file) click to toggle source

Creates the result for template with context. If an error is raised a Pathname template_file will indicate the file where the error occurred.

 
               # File rdoc/generator/darkfish.rb, line 363
def template_result template, context, template_file
  template.filename = template_file.to_s
  template.result context
rescue NoMethodError => e
  raise RDoc::Error, "Error while evaluating %s: %s" % [
    template_file.expand_path,
    e.message,
  ], e.backtrace
end
            
time_delta_string(seconds) click to toggle source

Return a string describing the amount of time in the given number of seconds in terms a human can understand easily.

 
               # File rdoc/generator/darkfish.rb, line 278
def time_delta_string seconds
  return 'less than a minute'          if seconds < 60
  return "#{seconds / 60} minute#{seconds / 60 == 1 ? '' : 's'}" if
                                          seconds < 3000     # 50 minutes
  return 'about one hour'              if seconds < 5400     # 90 minutes
  return "#{seconds / 3600} hours"     if seconds < 64800    # 18 hours
  return 'one day'                     if seconds < 86400    #  1 day
  return 'about one day'               if seconds < 172800   #  2 days
  return "#{seconds / 86400} days"     if seconds < 604800   #  1 week
  return 'about one week'              if seconds < 1209600  #  2 week
  return "#{seconds / 604800} weeks"   if seconds < 7257600  #  3 months
  return "#{seconds / 2419200} months" if seconds < 31536000 #  1 year
  return "#{seconds / 31536000} years"
end
            

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