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RDoc::Parser::ChangeLog

A ChangeLog file parser.

This parser converts a ChangeLog into an RDoc::Markup::Document. When viewed as HTML a ChangeLog page will have an entry for each day’s entries in the sidebar table of contents.

This parser is meant to parse the MRI ChangeLog, but can be used to parse any GNU style Change Log.

Public Instance Methods

continue_entry_body(entry_body, continuation) click to toggle source

Attaches the continuation of the previous line to the entry_body.

Continued function listings are joined together as a single entry. Continued descriptions are joined to make a single paragraph.

 
               # File rdoc/parser/changelog.rb, line 26
def continue_entry_body entry_body, continuation
  return unless last = entry_body.last

  if last =~ /\)\s*\z/ and continuation =~ /\A\(/ then
    last.sub!(/\)\s*\z/, ',')
    continuation.sub!(/\A\(/, '')
  end

  if last =~ /\s\z/ then
    last << continuation
  else
    last << ' ' << continuation
  end
end
            
create_document(groups) click to toggle source

Creates an RDoc::Markup::Document given the groups of ChangeLog entries.

 
               # File rdoc/parser/changelog.rb, line 44
def create_document groups
  doc = RDoc::Markup::Document.new
  doc.omit_headings_below = 2
  doc.file = @top_level

  doc << RDoc::Markup::Heading.new(1, File.basename(@file_name))
  doc << RDoc::Markup::BlankLine.new

  groups.sort_by do |day,| day end.reverse_each do |day, entries|
    doc << RDoc::Markup::Heading.new(2, day.dup)
    doc << RDoc::Markup::BlankLine.new

    doc.concat create_entries entries
  end

  doc
end
            
create_entries(entries) click to toggle source

Returns a list of ChangeLog entries an RDoc::Markup nodes for the given entries.

 
               # File rdoc/parser/changelog.rb, line 66
def create_entries entries
  out = []

  entries.each do |entry, items|
    out << RDoc::Markup::Heading.new(3, entry)
    out << RDoc::Markup::BlankLine.new

    out << create_items(items)
  end

  out
end
            
create_items(items) click to toggle source

Returns an RDoc::Markup::List containing the given items in the ChangeLog

 
               # File rdoc/parser/changelog.rb, line 83
def create_items items
  list = RDoc::Markup::List.new :NOTE

  items.each do |item|
    item =~ /\A(.*?(?:\([^)]+\))?):\s*/

    title = $1
    body = $'

    paragraph = RDoc::Markup::Paragraph.new body
    list_item = RDoc::Markup::ListItem.new title, paragraph
    list << list_item
  end

  list
end
            
group_entries(entries) click to toggle source

Groups entries by date.

 
               # File rdoc/parser/changelog.rb, line 103
def group_entries entries
  entries.group_by do |title, _|
    begin
      Time.parse(title).strftime '%Y-%m-%d'
    rescue NoMethodError, ArgumentError
      time, = title.split '  ', 2
      Time.parse(time).strftime '%Y-%m-%d'
    end
  end
end
            
parse_entries() click to toggle source

Parses the entries in the ChangeLog.

Returns an Array of each ChangeLog entry in order of parsing.

A ChangeLog entry is an Array containing the ChangeLog title (date and committer) and an Array of ChangeLog items (file and function changed with description).

An example result would be:

[ 'Tue Dec  4 08:33:46 2012  Eric Hodel  <drbrain@segment7.net>',
  [ 'README.EXT:  Converted to RDoc format',
    'README.EXT.ja:  ditto']]
 
               # File rdoc/parser/changelog.rb, line 129
def parse_entries
  entries = []
  entry_name = nil
  entry_body = []

  @content.each_line do |line|
    case line
    when /^\s*$/ then
      next
    when /^\w.*/ then
      entries << [entry_name, entry_body] if entry_name

      entry_name = $&

      begin
        time = Time.parse entry_name
        # HACK Ruby 1.8 does not raise ArgumentError for Time.parse "Other"
        entry_name = nil unless entry_name =~ /#{time.year}/
      rescue NoMethodError
        time, = entry_name.split '  ', 2
        time = Time.parse time
      rescue ArgumentError
        entry_name = nil
      end

      entry_body = []
    when /^(\t| {8})?\*\s*(.*)/ then # "\t* file.c (func): ..."
      entry_body << $2
    when /^(\t| {8})?\s*(\(.*)/ then # "\t(func): ..."
      entry = $2

      if entry_body.last =~ /:/ then
        entry_body << entry
      else
        continue_entry_body entry_body, entry
      end
    when /^(\t| {8})?\s*(.*)/ then
      continue_entry_body entry_body, $2
    end
  end

  entries << [entry_name, entry_body] if entry_name

  entries.reject! do |(entry,_)|
    entry == nil
  end

  entries
end
            
scan() click to toggle source

Converts the ChangeLog into an RDoc::Markup::Document

 
               # File rdoc/parser/changelog.rb, line 182
def scan
  entries = parse_entries
  grouped_entries = group_entries entries

  doc = create_document grouped_entries

  @top_level.comment = doc

  @top_level
end
            

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