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Used Internally. Wraps a Dependency object to also track which spec contained the Dependency.



The wrapped Gem::Dependency


The request for this dependency.

Public Class Methods

new(dependency, requester) click to toggle source

Creates a new DependencyRequest for dependency from requester. +requester may be nil if the request came from a user.

               # File rubygems/resolver/dependency_request.rb, line 21
def initialize dependency, requester
  @dependency = dependency
  @requester  = requester

Public Instance Methods

explicit?() click to toggle source

Indicate that the request is for a gem explicitly requested by the user

               # File rubygems/resolver/dependency_request.rb, line 54
def explicit?
implicit?() click to toggle source

Indicate that the request is for a gem requested as a dependency of another gem

               # File rubygems/resolver/dependency_request.rb, line 62
def implicit?
matches_spec?(spec) click to toggle source

Does this dependency request match spec

               # File rubygems/resolver/dependency_request.rb, line 40
def matches_spec?(spec)
  @dependency.matches_spec? spec
name() click to toggle source

The name of the gem this dependency request is requesting.

               # File rubygems/resolver/dependency_request.rb, line 47
def name
request_context() click to toggle source

Return a String indicating who caused this request to be added (only valid for implicit requests)

               # File rubygems/resolver/dependency_request.rb, line 70
def request_context
  @requester ? @requester.request : "(unknown)"
requirement() click to toggle source

The version requirement for this dependency request

               # File rubygems/resolver/dependency_request.rb, line 88
def requirement

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