class RDoc::AnyMethod

AnyMethod is the base class for objects representing methods

Attributes

c_function[RW]

The C function that implements this method (if it was defined in a C file)

calls_super[RW]

If true this method uses super to call a superclass version

dont_rename_initialize[RW]

Don't rename #initialize to ::new

params[RW]

Parameters for this method

section_title[RW]

The section title of the method (if defined in a C file via :category:)

Public Class Methods

new(text, name) click to toggle source

Creates a new AnyMethod with a token stream text and name

Calls superclass method RDoc::MethodAttr::new
# File lib/rdoc/any_method.rb, line 46
def initialize text, name
  super

  @c_function = nil
  @dont_rename_initialize = false
  @token_stream = nil
  @calls_super = false
  @superclass_method = nil
end

Public Instance Methods

add_alias(an_alias, context = nil) click to toggle source

Adds an_alias as an alias for this method in context.

# File lib/rdoc/any_method.rb, line 59
def add_alias an_alias, context = nil
  method = self.class.new an_alias.text, an_alias.new_name

  method.record_location an_alias.file
  method.singleton = self.singleton
  method.params = self.params
  method.visibility = self.visibility
  method.comment = an_alias.comment
  method.is_alias_for = self
  @aliases << method
  context.add_method method if context
  method
end
aref_prefix() click to toggle source

Prefix for aref is 'method'.

# File lib/rdoc/any_method.rb, line 76
def aref_prefix
  'method'
end
arglists() click to toggle source

The call_seq or the param_seq with method name, if there is no call_seq.

Use this for displaying a method's argument lists.

# File lib/rdoc/any_method.rb, line 85
def arglists
  if @call_seq then
    @call_seq
  elsif @params then
    "#{name}#{param_seq}"
  end
end
call_seq() click to toggle source

Different ways to call this method

# File lib/rdoc/any_method.rb, line 96
def call_seq
  unless call_seq = _call_seq
    call_seq = is_alias_for._call_seq if is_alias_for
  end

  return unless call_seq

  deduplicate_call_seq(call_seq)
end
call_seq=(call_seq) click to toggle source

Sets the different ways you can call this method. If an empty call_seq is given nil is assumed.

See also param_seq

# File lib/rdoc/any_method.rb, line 112
def call_seq= call_seq
  return if call_seq.empty?

  @call_seq = call_seq
end
marshal_dump() click to toggle source

Dumps this AnyMethod for use by ri. See also marshal_load

# File lib/rdoc/any_method.rb, line 140
def marshal_dump
  aliases = @aliases.map do |a|
    [a.name, parse(a.comment)]
  end

  is_alias_for = [
    @is_alias_for.parent.full_name,
    @is_alias_for.singleton,
    @is_alias_for.name
  ] if @is_alias_for

  [ MARSHAL_VERSION,
    @name,
    full_name,
    @singleton,
    @visibility,
    parse(@comment),
    @call_seq,
    @block_params,
    aliases,
    @params,
    @file.relative_name,
    @calls_super,
    @parent.name,
    @parent.class,
    @section.title,
    is_alias_for,
  ]
end
marshal_load(array) click to toggle source

Loads this AnyMethod from array. For a loaded AnyMethod the following methods will return cached values:

# File lib/rdoc/any_method.rb, line 177
def marshal_load array
  initialize_visibility

  @dont_rename_initialize = nil
  @token_stream           = nil
  @aliases                = []
  @parent                 = nil
  @parent_name            = nil
  @parent_class           = nil
  @section                = nil
  @file                   = nil

  version        = array[0]
  @name          = array[1]
  @full_name     = array[2]
  @singleton     = array[3]
  @visibility    = array[4]
  @comment       = array[5]
  @call_seq      = array[6]
  @block_params  = array[7]
  #                      8 handled below
  @params        = array[9]
  #                      10 handled below
  @calls_super   = array[11]
  @parent_name   = array[12]
  @parent_title  = array[13]
  @section_title = array[14]
  @is_alias_for  = array[15]

  array[8].each do |new_name, comment|
    add_alias RDoc::Alias.new(nil, @name, new_name, comment, @singleton)
  end

  @parent_name ||= if @full_name =~ /#/ then
                     $`
                   else
                     name = @full_name.split('::')
                     name.pop
                     name.join '::'
                   end

  @file = RDoc::TopLevel.new array[10] if version > 0
end
name() click to toggle source

Method name

If the method has no assigned name, it extracts it from call_seq.

# File lib/rdoc/any_method.rb, line 226
def name
  return @name if @name

  @name =
    @call_seq[/^.*?\.(\w+)/, 1] ||
    @call_seq[/^.*?(\w+)/, 1] ||
    @call_seq if @call_seq
end
param_list() click to toggle source

A list of this method's method and yield parameters. call-seq params are preferred over parsed method and block params.

# File lib/rdoc/any_method.rb, line 239
def param_list
  if @call_seq then
    params = @call_seq.split("\n").last
    params = params.sub(/.*?\((.*)\)/, '\1')
    params = params.sub(/(\{|do)\s*\|([^|]*)\|.*/, ',\2')
  elsif @params then
    params = @params.sub(/\((.*)\)/, '\1')

    params << ",#{@block_params}" if @block_params
  elsif @block_params then
    params = @block_params
  else
    return []
  end

  if @block_params then
    # If this method has explicit block parameters, remove any explicit
    # &block
    params = params.sub(/,?\s*&\w+/, '')
  else
    params = params.sub(/\&(\w+)/, '\1')
  end

  params = params.gsub(/\s+/, '').split(',').reject(&:empty?)

  params.map { |param| param.sub(/=.*/, '') }
end
param_seq() click to toggle source

Pretty parameter list for this method. If the method's parameters were given by call-seq it is preferred over the parsed values.

# File lib/rdoc/any_method.rb, line 271
def param_seq
  if @call_seq then
    params = @call_seq.split("\n").last
    params = params.sub(/[^( ]+/, '')
    params = params.sub(/(\|[^|]+\|)\s*\.\.\.\s*(end|\})/, '\1 \2')
  elsif @params then
    params = @params.gsub(/\s*\#.*/, '')
    params = params.tr_s("\n ", " ")
    params = "(#{params})" unless params[0] == ?(
  else
    params = ''
  end

  if @block_params then
    # If this method has explicit block parameters, remove any explicit
    # &block
    params = params.sub(/,?\s*&\w+/, '')

    block = @block_params.tr_s("\n ", " ")
    if block[0] == ?(
      block = block.sub(/^\(/, '').sub(/\)/, '')
    end
    params << " { |#{block}| ... }"
  end

  params
end
store=(store) click to toggle source

Sets the store for this method and its referenced code objects.

Calls superclass method RDoc::MethodAttr#store=
# File lib/rdoc/any_method.rb, line 302
def store= store
  super

  @file = @store.add_file @file.full_name if @file
end
superclass_method() click to toggle source

For methods that super, find the superclass method that would be called.

# File lib/rdoc/any_method.rb, line 311
def superclass_method
  return unless @calls_super
  return @superclass_method if @superclass_method

  parent.each_ancestor do |ancestor|
    if method = ancestor.method_list.find { |m| m.name == @name } then
      @superclass_method = method
      break
    end
  end

  @superclass_method
end

Protected Instance Methods

_call_seq() click to toggle source

call_seq without deduplication and alias lookup.

# File lib/rdoc/any_method.rb, line 330
def _call_seq
  @call_seq if defined?(@call_seq) && @call_seq
end

Private Instance Methods

deduplicate_call_seq(call_seq) click to toggle source

call_seq with alias examples information removed, if this method is an alias method.

# File lib/rdoc/any_method.rb, line 340
def deduplicate_call_seq(call_seq)
  return call_seq unless is_alias_for || !aliases.empty?

  method_name = self.name
  method_name = method_name[0, 1] if method_name =~ /\A\[/

  entries = call_seq.split "\n"

  ignore = aliases.map(&:name)
  if is_alias_for
    ignore << is_alias_for.name
    ignore.concat is_alias_for.aliases.map(&:name)
  end
  ignore.map! { |n| n =~ /\A\[/ ? n[0, 1] : n}
  ignore.delete(method_name)
  ignore = Regexp.union(ignore)

  matching = entries.reject do |entry|
    entry =~ /^\w*\.?#{ignore}/ or
      entry =~ /\s#{ignore}\s/
  end

  matching.empty? ? nil : matching.join("\n")
end