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Gem::InstallUpdateOptions

Mixin methods for install and update options for Gem::Commands

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add_install_update_options() click to toggle source

Add the install/update options to the option parser.

 
               # File rubygems/install_update_options.rb, line 24
def add_install_update_options
  OptionParser.accept Gem::Security::Policy do |value|
    require 'rubygems/security'

    value = Gem::Security::Policies[value]
    valid = Gem::Security::Policies.keys.sort
    message = "#{value} (#{valid.join ', '} are valid)"
    raise OptionParser::InvalidArgument, message if value.nil?
    value
  end

  add_option(:"Install/Update", '-i', '--install-dir DIR',
             'Gem repository directory to get installed',
             'gems') do |value, options|
    options[:install_dir] = File.expand_path(value)
  end

  add_option(:"Install/Update", '-n', '--bindir DIR',
             'Directory where binary files are',
             'located') do |value, options|
    options[:bin_dir] = File.expand_path(value)
  end

  add_option(:"Install/Update", '-d', '--[no-]rdoc',
             'Generate RDoc documentation for the gem on',
             'install') do |value, options|
    options[:generate_rdoc] = value
  end

  add_option(:"Install/Update", '--[no-]ri',
             'Generate RI documentation for the gem on',
             'install') do |value, options|
    options[:generate_ri] = value
  end

  add_option(:"Install/Update", '-E', '--[no-]env-shebang',
             "Rewrite the shebang line on installed",
             "scripts to use /usr/bin/env") do |value, options|
    options[:env_shebang] = value
  end

  add_option(:"Install/Update", '-f', '--[no-]force',
             'Force gem to install, bypassing dependency',
             'checks') do |value, options|
    options[:force] = value
  end

  add_option(:"Install/Update", '-w', '--[no-]wrappers',
             'Use bin wrappers for executables',
             'Not available on dosish platforms') do |value, options|
    options[:wrappers] = value
  end

  add_option(:"Install/Update", '-P', '--trust-policy POLICY',
             Gem::Security::Policy,
             'Specify gem trust policy') do |value, options|
    options[:security_policy] = value
  end

  add_option(:"Install/Update", '--ignore-dependencies',
             'Do not install any required dependent gems') do |value, options|
    options[:ignore_dependencies] = value
  end

  add_option(:"Install/Update", '-y', '--include-dependencies',
             'Unconditionally install the required',
             'dependent gems') do |value, options|
    options[:include_dependencies] = value
  end

  add_option(:"Install/Update",       '--[no-]format-executable',
             'Make installed executable names match ruby.',
             'If ruby is ruby18, foo_exec will be',
             'foo_exec18') do |value, options|
    options[:format_executable] = value
  end

  add_option(:"Install/Update",       '--[no-]user-install',
             'Install in user\s home directory instead',
             'of GEM_HOME.') do |value, options|
    options[:user_install] = value
  end

  add_option(:"Install/Update", "--development",
              "Install any additional development",
              "dependencies") do |value, options|
    options[:development] = true
  end

  add_option(:"Install/Update", "--conservative",
              "Don't attempt to upgrade gems already",
              "meeting version requirement") do |value, options|
    options[:conservative] = true
  end
end
            
install_update_defaults_str() click to toggle source

Default options for the gem install command.

 
               # File rubygems/install_update_options.rb, line 123
def install_update_defaults_str
  '--rdoc --no-force --wrappers'
end
            

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