How to use bitsize method of Platform Package

Best Selenium code snippet using Platform.bitsize


Source:platform.rb Github


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...33 raise Error::WebDriverError, "unknown os: #{host_os.inspect}"34 end35 )36 end37 def bitsize38 @bitsize ||= (39 if defined?(FFI::BITSIZE)40 FFI::BITSIZE41 elsif defined?(FFI)42 FFI.type_size(:pointer) == 4 ? 32 : 6443 elsif jruby?44 Integer(ENV_JAVA[''])45 else46 1.size == 4 ? 32 : 6447 end48 )49 end50 def jruby?51 engine == :jruby52 end53 def ironruby?54 engine == :ironruby55 end56 def ruby187?57 !!(RUBY_VERSION =~ /^1\.8\.7/)58 end59 def ruby19?60 !!(RUBY_VERSION =~ /^1\.9/)61 end62 def win?63 os == :windows64 end65 def mac?66 os == :macosx67 end68 def linux?69 os == :linux70 end71 def cygwin?72 RUBY_PLATFORM =~ /cygwin/73 end74 def wrap_in_quotes_if_necessary(str)75 win? && !cygwin? ? %{"#{str}"} : str76 end77 def cygwin_path(path)78 `cygpath "#{path}"`.strip79 end80 def make_writable(file)81 File.chmod 0766, file82 end83 def assert_executable(path)84 unless File.file? path85 raise Error::WebDriverError, "not a file: #{path.inspect}"86 end87 unless File.executable? path88 raise Error::WebDriverError, "not executable: #{path.inspect}"89 end90 end91 def find_binary(*binary_names)92 paths = ENV['PATH'].split(File::PATH_SEPARATOR)93! { |n| "#{n}.exe" } if win?94 binary_names.each do |binary_name|95 paths.each do |path|96 exe = File.join(path, binary_name)97 return exe if File.executable?(exe)98 end99 end100 nil101 end102 end # Platform103 end # WebDriver104end # Selenium105if __FILE__ == $0106 p :engine => Selenium::WebDriver::Platform.engine,107 :os => Selenium::WebDriver::Platform.os,108 :ruby187? => Selenium::WebDriver::Platform.ruby187?,109 :ruby19? => Selenium::WebDriver::Platform.ruby19?,110 :jruby? => Selenium::WebDriver::Platform.jruby?,111 :win? =>,112 :home => Selenium::WebDriver::Platform.home,113 :bitsize => Selenium::WebDriver::Platform.bitsize114end...

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