How to use create_custom_property_body method of NoCriteriaProvided Package

Best Inspec_ruby code snippet using NoCriteriaProvided.create_custom_property_body


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...247 end248 end249 end250 properties_to_define = do |method_name, custom_property_structure|251 { method_name: method_name, method_body: create_custom_property_body(custom_property_structure) }252 end253 # Define the filter table subclass254 custom_properties = @custom_properties # We need a local var, not an instance var, for a closure below255 table_class = do256 # Install each custom property onto the FilterTable subclass257 properties_to_define.each do |property_info|258 define_method property_info[:method_name], &property_info[:method_body]259 end260 define_method :custom_properties_schema do261 custom_properties262 end263 # Install a method that can wrap all the fields into a context with accessors264 define_method :create_eval_context_for_row do |row_as_hash, criteria_string = ""|265 return if row_as_hash.nil?266 context =* { |field| row_as_hash[field] })267 context.criteria_string = criteria_string268 context.filter_table = self269 context270 end271 end272 # Now that the table class is defined and the row eval context struct is defined,273 # extend the row eval context struct to support triggering population of lazy fields274 # in where blocks. To do that, we'll need a reference to the table (which275 # knows which fields are populated, and how to populate them) and we'll need to276 # override the getter method for each lazy field, so it will trigger277 # population if needed. Keep in mind we don't have to adjust the constructor278 # args of the row struct; also the Struct class will already have provided279 # a setter for each field.280 @custom_properties.values.each do |property_info|281 next unless property_info.opts[:lazy]282 field_name = property_info.field_name.to_sym283 row_eval_context_type.send(:define_method, field_name) do284 unless filter_table.field_populated?(field_name)285 filter_table.populate_lazy_field(field_name, NoCriteriaProvided) # No access to criteria here286 # OK, the underlying raw data has the value in the first row287 # (because we would trigger population only on the first row)288 # We could just return the value, but we need to set it on this Struct in case it is referenced multiple times289 # in the where block.290 self[field_name] = filter_table.raw_data[0][field_name]291 end292 # Now return the value using the Struct getter, whether newly populated or not293 self[field_name]294 end295 end296 # Define all access methods with the parent resource297 # These methods will be configured to return an `ExceptionCatcher` object298 # that will always return the original exception, but only when called299 # upon. This will allow method chains in `describe` statements to pass the300 # `instance_eval` when loaded and only throw-and-catch the exception when301 # the tests are run.302 methods_to_install_on_resource_class = @filter_methods + @custom_properties.keys303 methods_to_install_on_resource_class.each do |method_name|304 resource_class.send(:define_method, method_name) do |*args, &block|305 begin306 # self here is the resource instance307 filter_table_instance =, send(raw_data_fetcher_method_name), " with")308 filter_table_instance.send(method_name, *args, &block)309 rescue Inspec::Exceptions::ResourceFailed, Inspec::Exceptions::ResourceSkipped => e310, e)311 end312 end313 end314 end315 alias connect install_filter_methods_on_resource316 # TODO: This should almost certainly be privatized. Every FilterTable client should get :entries and :where;317 # InSpec core resources do not define anything else, other than azure_generic_resource, which is likely a mis-use.318 def register_filter_method(method_name)319 if method_name.nil?320 # TODO: @resource is never initialized321 throw RuntimeError, "Called filter.add_accessor for resource #{@resource} with method name nil!"322 end323 if @filter_methods.include? method_name.to_sym324 # TODO: issue deprecation warning?325 else326 @filter_methods.push(method_name.to_sym)327 end328 self329 end330 alias add_accessor register_filter_method331 def register_custom_property(property_name, opts = {}, &property_implementation)332 if property_name.nil?333 # TODO: @resource is never initialized334 throw RuntimeError, "Called filter.add for resource #{@resource} with method name nil!"335 end336 if @custom_properties.key?(property_name.to_sym)337 # TODO: issue deprecation warning?338 else339 @custom_properties[property_name.to_sym] =340[:field] || property_name, property_implementation, opts)341 end342 self343 end344 alias add register_custom_property345 alias register_column register_custom_property346 alias register_custom_matcher register_custom_property347 private348 # This provides the implementation for methods requested using349 # register_custom_property(:some_method_name, opts, &block)350 # Some usage in the wild involves people passing a desired value to the generated method, like:351 # things.ids(23)352 # I'm calling this the 'filter_criterion_value'. I speculate that a default value is353 # provided here so that users can meaningfully query for nil.354 def create_custom_property_body(custom_property_struct)355 if !custom_property_struct.block.nil?356 # If the custom method provided its own block, rely on it.357 lambda do |filter_criteria_value = NoCriteriaProvided|358 # Here self is an instance of the FilterTable subclass that wraps the raw data.359 # Call the block with two args - the table instance, and any filter criteria value.360, filter_criteria_value)361 end362 else363 # No block definition, so the property was registered using (field: :some_field)364 # This does however support passing a block to this method, and filtering using it, like Enumerable#select.365 lambda do |filter_criteria_value = NoCriteriaProvided, &cond_block|366 if filter_criteria_value == NoCriteriaProvided && !block_given?367 # No second-order block given. Just return an array of the values in the selected column.368 result = where(nil)...

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