Perl::Critic::Document − Caching wrapper around a PPI::Document.
use PPI::Document; use Perl::Critic::Document; my $doc = PPI::Document−>new('Foo.pm'); $doc = Perl::Critic::Document−>new(−source => $doc); ## Then use the instance just like a PPI::Document
Perl::Critic does a lot of iterations over the PPI document tree via the "PPI::Document::find()" method. To save some time, this class pre-caches a lot of the common "find()" calls in a single traversal. Then, on subsequent requests we return the cached data.
This is implemented as a facade, where method calls are handed to the stored "PPI::Document" instance.
This facade does not implement the overloaded operators from PPI::Document (that is, the "use overload ..." work). Therefore, users of this facade must not rely on that syntactic sugar. So, for example, instead of "my $source = "$doc";" you should write "my $source = $doc−"content();>
Perhaps there is a CPAN module out there which implements a facade better than we do here?
This is considered to be a public class. Any changes to its interface will go through a deprecation cycle.
"new(−source => $source_code, '−filename−override' => $filename,
'−program−extensions' => [program_extensions])"
Create a new instance referencing a PPI::Document instance. The $source_code can be the name of a file, a reference to a scalar containing actual source code, or a PPI::Document or PPI::Document::File.
In the event that $source_code is a reference to a scalar containing actual source code or a PPI::Document, the resulting Perl::Critic::Document will not have a filename. This may cause Perl::Critic::Document to incorrectly classify the source code as a module or script. To avoid this problem, you can optionally set the "−filename−override" to force the Perl::Critic::Document to have a particular $filename. Do not use this option if $source_code is already the name of a file, or is a reference to a PPI::Document::File.
The ’−program−extensions’ argument is optional, and is a reference to a list of strings and/or regular expressions. The strings will be made into regular expressions matching the end of a file name, and any document whose file name matches one of the regular expressions will be considered a program.
If −program−extensions is not specified, or if it does not determine the document type, the document will be considered to be a program if the source has a shebang line or its file name (if any) matches "m/ [.] PL \z /smx".
Accessor for the wrapped PPI::Document instance. Note that altering this instance in any way can cause unpredictable failures in Perl::Critic’s subsequent analysis because some caches may fall out of date.
Caching wrappers around the PPI methods. If $wanted is a simple PPI class name, then the cache is employed. Otherwise we forward the call to the corresponding method of the "PPI::Document" instance.
Returns a list of the namespaces (package names) in the document.
Returns a list of sub-documents containing the elements in the given namespace. For example, given that the current document is for the source
foo(); package Foo; package Bar; package Foo;
this method will return two Perl::Critic::Documents for a parameter of "Foo". For more, see "split_ppi_node_by_namespace" in PPIx::Utilities::Node.
Caching wrapper around "PPIx::Regexp−>new($element)". If $element is a "PPI::Element" the cache is employed, otherwise it just returns the results of "PPIx::Regexp−>new()". In either case, it returns "undef" unless the argument is something that PPIx::Regexp actually understands.
"element_is_in_lexical_scope_after_statement_containing( $inner, $outer
Is the $inner element in lexical scope after the statement containing the $outer element?
In the case where $outer is itself a scope-defining element, returns true if $outer contains $inner. In any other case, $inner must be after the last element of the statement containing $outer, and the innermost scope for $outer also contains $inner.
This is not the same as asking whether $inner is visible from $outer.
Returns the filename for the source code if applicable (PPI::Document::File) or "undef" otherwise (PPI::Document).
"isa( $classname )"
To be compatible with other modules that expect to get a PPI::Document, the Perl::Critic::Document class masquerades as the PPI::Document class.
Returns a version object for the highest Perl version requirement declared in the document via a "use" or "require" statement. Returns nothing if there is no version statement.
Answers whether there is a "use", "require", or "no" of the given name in this document. Note that there is no differentiation of modules vs. pragmata here.
Causes this Document to scan itself and mark which lines & policies are disabled by the "## no critic" annotations.
Returns true if the given $policy_object or $policy_name has been disabled for at $line in this Document. Otherwise, returns false.
"add_annotation( $annotation )"
Adds an $annotation object to this Document.
Returns a list containing all the Perl::Critic::Annotations that were found in this Document.
Informs this Document that a $violation was found but not reported because it fell on a line that had been suppressed by a "## no critic" annotation. Returns $self.
Returns a list of references to all the Perl::Critic::Violations that were found in this Document but were suppressed.
Returns whether this document is considered to be a program.
Returns whether this document is considered to be a Perl module.
Chris Dolan <cdolan AT cpan DOT org>
Copyright (c) 2006−2011 Chris Dolan.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. The full text of this license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module.