Class: YARD::CodeObjects::ModuleObject

Inherits:
NamespaceObject show all
Defined in:
lib/yard/code_objects/module_object.rb

Overview

Represents a Ruby module.

Direct Known Subclasses

RootObject

Instance Attribute Summary (collapse)

Instance Method Summary (collapse)

Constructor Details

This class inherits a constructor from YARD::CodeObjects::NamespaceObject

Dynamic Method Handling

This class handles dynamic methods through the method_missing method in the class YARD::CodeObjects::Base

Instance Attribute Details

- (Hash) aliases (readonly) Originally defined in class NamespaceObject

A hash containing two keys, :class and :instance, each containing a hash of objects and their alias names.

- (Hash) attributes (readonly) Originally defined in class NamespaceObject

A hash containing two keys, class and instance, each containing the attribute name with a { :read, :write } hash for the read and write objects respectively.

Examples:

The attributes of an object

>> Registry.at('YARD::Docstring').attributes
=> {
      :class => { },
      :instance => {
        :ref_tags => {
          :read => #<yardoc method YARD::Docstring#ref_tags>,
          :write => nil
        },
        :object => {
          :read => #<yardoc method YARD::Docstring#object>,
          :write => #<yardoc method YARD::Docstring#object=>
         },
         ...
      }
    }

- (Docstring) base_docstring (readonly) Originally defined in class Base

The non-localized documentation string associated with the object

Since:

  • 0.8.4

- (Base?) child(opts = {}) Originally defined in class NamespaceObject

Looks for a child that matches the attributes specified by opts.

Examples:

Finds a child by name and scope

namespace.child(:name => :to_s, :scope => :instance)
# => #<yardoc method MyClass#to_s>

- (Array<Base>) children (readonly) Originally defined in class NamespaceObject

The list of objects defined in this namespace

- (Hash) class_attributes Originally defined in class NamespaceObject

Only the class attributes

See Also:

- (Array<ModuleObject>) class_mixins (readonly) Originally defined in class NamespaceObject

Class mixins

- (Array<ConstantObject>) constants(opts = {}) Originally defined in class NamespaceObject

Returns all constants in the namespace

Options Hash (opts):

  • :included (Boolean) — default: true

    whether or not to include mixed in constants in list

- (Array<ClassVariableObject>) cvars Originally defined in class NamespaceObject

Returns class variables defined in this namespace.

- (Boolean) dynamic Originally defined in class Base

Marks whether or not the method is conditionally defined at runtime

- (Array<String>) files (readonly) Originally defined in class Base

The files the object was defined in. To add a file, use #add_file.

See Also:

- (String) group Originally defined in class Base

Returns the group this object is associated with

Since:

  • 0.6.0

- (Array<String>) groups Originally defined in class NamespaceObject

Returns a list of ordered group names inside the namespace

Since:

  • 0.6.0

- (Array<ConstantObject>) included_constants Originally defined in class NamespaceObject

Returns constants included from any mixins

- (Object) included_meths(opts = {}) Originally defined in class NamespaceObject

Returns methods included from any mixins that match the attributes specified by opts. If no options are specified, returns all included methods.

Options Hash (opts):

  • :visibility (Array<Symbol>, Symbol) — default: [:public, :private, :protected]

    the visibility of the methods to list. Can be an array or single value.

  • :scope (Array<Symbol>, Symbol) — default: [:class, :instance]

    the scope of the methods to list. Can be an array or single value.

  • :included (Boolean) — default: true

    whether to include mixed in methods in the list.

See Also:

- (Hash) instance_attributes Originally defined in class NamespaceObject

Only the instance attributes

See Also:

- (Array<ModuleObject>) instance_mixins (readonly) Originally defined in class NamespaceObject

Instance mixins

- (Array<MethodObject>) meths(opts = {}) Originally defined in class NamespaceObject

Returns all methods that match the attributes specified by opts. If no options are provided, returns all methods.

Examples:

Finds all private and protected class methods

namespace.meths(:visibility => [:private, :protected], :scope => :class)
# => [#<yardoc method MyClass.privmeth>, #<yardoc method MyClass.protmeth>]

Options Hash (opts):

  • :visibility (Array<Symbol>, Symbol) — default: [:public, :private, :protected]

    the visibility of the methods to list. Can be an array or single value.

  • :scope (Array<Symbol>, Symbol) — default: [:class, :instance]

    the scope of the methods to list. Can be an array or single value.

  • :included (Boolean) — default: true

    whether to include mixed in methods in the list.

- (Array<ModuleObject>) mixins(*scopes) Originally defined in class NamespaceObject

Returns for specific scopes. If no scopes are provided, returns all mixins.

- (NamespaceObject) namespace Also known as: parent Originally defined in class Base

The namespace the object is defined in. If the object is in the top level namespace, this is Registry.root

- (String) signature Originally defined in class Base

The one line signature representing an object. For a method, this will be of the form “def meth(arguments…)”. This is usually the first source line.

- (String?) source Originally defined in class Base

The source code associated with the object

- (Symbol) source_type Originally defined in class Base

Language of the source code associated with the object. Defaults to :ruby.

- (Symbol) visibility Originally defined in class Base

Instance Method Details

- (Array<NamespaceObject>) inheritance_tree(include_mods = false)

Returns the inheritance tree of mixins.



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# File 'lib/yard/code_objects/module_object.rb', line 9

def inheritance_tree(include_mods = false)
  return [self] unless include_mods
  [self] + mixins(:instance, :class).map do |m|
    next if m == self
    next m unless m.respond_to?(:inheritance_tree)
    m.inheritance_tree(true)
  end.compact.flatten.uniq
end