How to use to_s method of Fetchers Package

Best Inspec_ruby code snippet using Fetchers.to_s


Source:rubygems.rb Github


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...31 Rubygems === o32 end33 alias == eql?34 def options35 { "remotes" => { |r| r.to_s } }36 end37 def self.from_lock(options)38 s = new(options)39 Array(options["remote"]).each { |r| s.add_remote(r) }40 s41 end42 def to_lock43 out = "GEM\n"44 out << {|r| " remote: #{r}\n" }.join45 out << " specs:\n"46 end47 def to_s48 remote_names = { |r| r.to_s }.join(', ')49 "rubygems repository #{remote_names}"50 end51 alias_method :name, :to_s52 def specs53 @specs ||= fetch_specs54 end55 def install(spec)56 if installed_specs[spec].any?57 "Using #{} (#{spec.version}) "58 return59 end60 "Installing #{} (#{spec.version}) "61 path = cached_gem(spec)62 if Bundler.requires_sudo?63 install_path = Bundler.tmp64 bin_path = install_path.join("bin")65 else66 install_path = Bundler.rubygems.gem_dir67 bin_path = Bundler.system_bindir68 end69 installed_spec = nil70 Bundler.rubygems.preserve_paths do71 installed_spec =,72 :install_dir => install_path.to_s,73 :bin_dir => bin_path.to_s,74 :ignore_dependencies => true,75 :wrappers => true,76 :env_shebang => true77 ).install78 end79 if spec.post_install_message80 Installer.post_install_messages[] = spec.post_install_message81 end82 # SUDO HAX83 if Bundler.requires_sudo?84 Bundler.mkdir_p "#{Bundler.rubygems.gem_dir}/gems"85 Bundler.mkdir_p "#{Bundler.rubygems.gem_dir}/specifications"86 Bundler.sudo "cp -R #{Bundler.tmp}/gems/#{spec.full_name} #{Bundler.rubygems.gem_dir}/gems/"87 Bundler.sudo "cp -R #{Bundler.tmp}/specifications/#{spec.full_name}.gemspec #{Bundler.rubygems.gem_dir}/specifications/"88 spec.executables.each do |exe|89 Bundler.mkdir_p Bundler.system_bindir90 Bundler.sudo "cp -R #{Bundler.tmp}/bin/#{exe} #{Bundler.system_bindir}"91 end92 end93 installed_spec.loaded_from = "#{Bundler.rubygems.gem_dir}/specifications/#{spec.full_name}.gemspec"94 spec.loaded_from = "#{Bundler.rubygems.gem_dir}/specifications/#{spec.full_name}.gemspec"95 end96 def cache(spec)97 cached_path = cached_gem(spec)98 raise GemNotFound, "Missing gem file '#{spec.full_name}.gem'." unless cached_path99 return if File.dirname(cached_path) == Bundler.app_cache.to_s100 " * #{File.basename(cached_path)}"101 FileUtils.cp(cached_path, Bundler.app_cache)102 end103 def add_remote(source)104 @remotes << normalize_uri(source)105 end106 def replace_remotes(source)107 return false if source.remotes == @remotes108 @remotes = []109 source.remotes.each do |r|110 add_remote r.to_s111 end112 true113 end114 private115 def cached_gem(spec)116 possibilities = { |p| "#{p}/#{spec.file_name}" }117 cached_gem = possibilities.find { |p| File.exist?(p) }118 unless cached_gem119 raise Bundler::GemNotFound, "Could not find #{spec.file_name} for installation"120 end121 cached_gem122 end123 def normalize_uri(uri)124 uri = uri.to_s125 uri = "#{uri}/" unless uri =~ %r'/$'126 uri = URI(uri)127 raise ArgumentError, "The source must be an absolute URI" unless uri.absolute?128 uri129 end130 def fetch_specs131 # remote_specs usually generates a way larger Index than the other132 # sources, and large_idx.use small_idx is way faster than133 # small_idx.use large_idx.134 if @allow_remote135 idx = remote_specs.dup136 else137 idx = Index.new138 end139 idx.use(cached_specs, :override_dupes) if @allow_cached || @allow_remote140 idx.use(installed_specs, :override_dupes)141 idx142 end143 def installed_specs144 @installed_specs ||= begin145 idx = Index.new146 have_bundler = false147 Bundler.rubygems.all_specs.reverse.each do |spec|148 next if == 'bundler' && spec.version.to_s != VERSION149 have_bundler = true if == 'bundler'150 spec.source = self151 idx << spec152 end153 # Always have bundler locally154 unless have_bundler155 # We're running bundler directly from the source156 # so, let's create a fake gemspec for it (it's a path)157 # gemspec158 bundler = do |s|159 = 'bundler'160 s.version = VERSION161 s.platform = Gem::Platform::RUBY162 s.source = self...

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