Class: Git::Branches

Inherits:
Object
  • Object
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Includes:
Enumerable
Defined in:
lib/git/branches.rb

Overview

object that holds all the available branches

Instance Method Summary collapse

Constructor Details

#initialize(base) ⇒ Branches

Returns a new instance of Branches.


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# File 'lib/git/branches.rb', line 8

def initialize(base)
  @branches = {}
  
  @base = base
        
  @base.lib.branches_all.each do |b|
    @branches[b[0]] = Git::Branch.new(@base, b[0])
  end
end

Instance Method Details

#[](branch_name) ⇒ Git::Branch

Returns the target branch

Example: Given (git branch -a): master remotes/working/master

g.branches['master'].full #=> 'master' g.branches['working/master'].full => 'remotes/working/master' g.branches['remotes/working/master'].full => 'remotes/working/master'

Parameters:

  • branch_name (#to_s)

    the target branch name.

Returns:


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# File 'lib/git/branches.rb', line 49

def [](branch_name)
  @branches.values.inject(@branches) do |branches, branch|
    branches[branch.full] ||= branch

    # This is how Git (version 1.7.9.5) works. 
    # Lets you ignore the 'remotes' if its at the beginning of the branch full name (even if is not a real remote branch). 
    branches[branch.full.sub('remotes/', '')] ||= branch if branch.full =~ /^remotes\/.+/
    
    branches
  end[branch_name.to_s]
end

#each(&block)


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# File 'lib/git/branches.rb', line 32

def each(&block)
  @branches.values.each(&block)
end

#local


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# File 'lib/git/branches.rb', line 18

def local
  self.select { |b| !b.remote }
end

#remote


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# File 'lib/git/branches.rb', line 22

def remote
  self.select { |b| b.remote }
end

#size

array like methods


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# File 'lib/git/branches.rb', line 28

def size
  @branches.size
end

#to_s


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# File 'lib/git/branches.rb', line 61

def to_s
  out = ''
  @branches.each do |k, b|
    out << (b.current ? '* ' : '  ') << b.to_s << "\n"
  end
  out
end