class Bundler::SpecSet

Public Class Methods

new(specs) click to toggle source
# File bundler/spec_set.rb, line 10
def initialize(specs)
  @specs = specs
end

Public Instance Methods

<<(spec) click to toggle source
# File bundler/spec_set.rb, line 119
def <<(spec)
  @specs << spec
end
[](key) click to toggle source
# File bundler/spec_set.rb, line 46
def [](key)
  key = key.name if key.respond_to?(:name)
  lookup[key].reverse
end
[]=(key, value) click to toggle source
# File bundler/spec_set.rb, line 51
def []=(key, value)
  @specs << value
  @lookup = nil
  @sorted = nil
end
each(&b) click to toggle source
# File bundler/spec_set.rb, line 135
def each(&b)
  sorted.each(&b)
end
empty?() click to toggle source
# File bundler/spec_set.rb, line 131
def empty?
  @specs.empty?
end
find_by_name_and_platform(name, platform) click to toggle source
# File bundler/spec_set.rb, line 108
def find_by_name_and_platform(name, platform)
  @specs.detect {|spec| spec.name == name && spec.match_platform(platform) }
end
for(dependencies, check = false, match_current_platform = false) click to toggle source
# File bundler/spec_set.rb, line 14
def for(dependencies, check = false, match_current_platform = false)
  handled = []
  deps = dependencies.dup
  specs = []

  loop do
    break unless dep = deps.shift
    next if handled.any?{|d| d.name == dep.name && (match_current_platform || d.__platform == dep.__platform) } || dep.name == "bundler"

    handled << dep

    specs_for_dep = spec_for_dependency(dep, match_current_platform)
    if specs_for_dep.any?
      match_current_platform ? specs += specs_for_dep : specs |= specs_for_dep

      specs_for_dep.first.dependencies.each do |d|
        next if d.type == :development
        d = DepProxy.get_proxy(d, dep.__platform) unless match_current_platform
        deps << d
      end
    elsif check
      return false
    end
  end

  if spec = lookup["bundler"].first
    specs << spec
  end

  check ? true : specs
end
length() click to toggle source
# File bundler/spec_set.rb, line 123
def length
  @specs.length
end
materialize(deps) click to toggle source
# File bundler/spec_set.rb, line 69
def materialize(deps)
  materialized = self.for(deps, false, true)

  materialized.map! do |s|
    next s unless s.is_a?(LazySpecification)
    s.source.local!
    s.__materialize__ || s
  end
  SpecSet.new(materialized)
end
materialized_for_all_platforms() click to toggle source

Materialize for all the specs in the spec set, regardless of what platform they’re for This is in contrast to how for does platform filtering (and specifically different from how ‘materialize` calls `for` only for the current platform) @return [Array<Gem::Specification>]

# File bundler/spec_set.rb, line 83
def materialized_for_all_platforms
  @specs.map do |s|
    next s unless s.is_a?(LazySpecification)
    s.source.local!
    s.source.remote!
    spec = s.__materialize__
    raise GemNotFound, "Could not find #{s.full_name} in any of the sources" unless spec
    spec
  end
end
merge(set) click to toggle source
# File bundler/spec_set.rb, line 98
def merge(set)
  arr = sorted.dup
  set.each do |set_spec|
    full_name = set_spec.full_name
    next if arr.any? {|spec| spec.full_name == full_name }
    arr << set_spec
  end
  SpecSet.new(arr)
end
missing_specs() click to toggle source
# File bundler/spec_set.rb, line 94
def missing_specs
  @specs.select {|s| s.is_a?(LazySpecification) }
end
size() click to toggle source
# File bundler/spec_set.rb, line 127
def size
  @specs.size
end
sort!() click to toggle source
# File bundler/spec_set.rb, line 57
def sort!
  self
end
to_a() click to toggle source
# File bundler/spec_set.rb, line 61
def to_a
  sorted.dup
end
to_hash() click to toggle source
# File bundler/spec_set.rb, line 65
def to_hash
  lookup.dup
end
what_required(spec) click to toggle source
# File bundler/spec_set.rb, line 112
def what_required(spec)
  unless req = find {|s| s.dependencies.any? {|d| d.type == :runtime && d.name == spec.name } }
    return [spec]
  end
  what_required(req) << spec
end