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  • rubygems/package/tar_input.rb
  • rubygems/package/tar_output.rb
  • rubygems/package/tar_reader.rb
  • rubygems/package/tar_reader/entry.rb
  • rubygems/package/tar_test_case.rb
  • rubygems/package/tar_writer.rb

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open(io, mode = "r", signer = nil, &block) click to toggle source

FIX: zenspider said: does it really take an IO? passed to a method called open?!? that seems stupid.

 
               # File rubygems/package.rb, line 35
def self.open(io, mode = "r", signer = nil, &block)
  tar_type = case mode
             when 'r' then TarInput
             when 'w' then TarOutput
             else
               raise "Unknown Package open mode"
             end

  tar_type.open(io, signer, &block)
end
            
pack(src, destname, signer = nil) click to toggle source
 
               # File rubygems/package.rb, line 46
def self.pack(src, destname, signer = nil)
  TarOutput.open(destname, signer) do |outp|
    dir_class.chdir(src) do
      outp.metadata = (file_class.read("RPA/metadata") rescue nil)
      find_class.find('.') do |entry|
        case
        when file_class.file?(entry)
          entry.sub!(%r{\./}, "")
          next if entry =~ /\ARPA\//
          stat = File.stat(entry)
          outp.add_file_simple(entry, stat.mode, stat.size) do |os|
            file_class.open(entry, "rb") do |f|
              os.write(f.read(4096)) until f.eof?
            end
          end
        when file_class.dir?(entry)
          entry.sub!(%r{\./}, "")
          next if entry == "RPA"
          outp.mkdir(entry, file_class.stat(entry).mode)
        else
          raise "Don't know how to pack this yet!"
        end
      end
    end
  end
end
            

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