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Modules: Nokogiri, XSD

Constant Summary collapse

ROOT =
File.expand_path(File.join(File.dirname(__FILE__), '..', '..'))
LIBDIR =
Config::CONFIG['libdir']
INCLUDEDIR =
Config::CONFIG['includedir']
HEADER_DIRS =

There's no default include/lib dir on Windows. Let's just add the Ruby ones and resort on the search path specified by INCLUDE and LIB environment variables

[
  # First search /opt/local for macports
  '/opt/local/include',

  # Then search /usr/local for people that installed from source
  '/usr/local/include',

  # Check the ruby install locations
  INCLUDEDIR,

  # Finally fall back to /usr
  '/usr/include',
  '/usr/include/libxml2',
]
LIB_DIRS =
[
  # First search /opt/local for macports
  '/opt/local/lib',

  # Then search /usr/local for people that installed from source
  '/usr/local/lib',

  # Check the ruby install locations
  LIBDIR,

  # Finally fall back to /usr
  '/usr/lib',
]
XML2_HEADER_DIRS =
[
  '/opt/local/include/libxml2',
  '/usr/local/include/libxml2',
  File.join(INCLUDEDIR, "libxml2")
] + HEADER_DIRS

Instance Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Details

#asplode(lib) ⇒ Object


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# File 'ext/nokogiri/extconf.rb', line 90

def asplode(lib)
  abort "-----\n#{lib} is missing.  please visit http://nokogiri.org/tutorials/installing_nokogiri.html for help with installing dependencies.\n-----"
end

#Nokogiri(*args, &block) ⇒ Object

Parser a document contained in args. Nokogiri will try to guess what type of document you are attempting to parse. For more information, see Nokogiri.parse

To specify the type of document, use Nokogiri.XML or Nokogiri.HTML.


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# File 'lib/nokogiri.rb', line 120

def Nokogiri(*args, &block)
  if block_given?
    builder = Nokogiri::HTML::Builder.new(&block)
    return builder.doc.root
  else
    Nokogiri.parse(*args)
  end
end