=head1 NAME

Devel::PerlySense::Config::Project - A Project's configuration

=head1 SYNOPSIS




=head1 DESCRIPTION

Configuration can be Project level, stored in .../.PerlySense/project.cfg

=cut





use strict;
use warnings;
use utf8;

package Devel::PerlySense::Config::Project;
$Devel::PerlySense::Config::Project::VERSION = '0.0217';




use Spiffy -Base;

use Data::Dumper;
use Carp;

use File::Basename;
use File::Path;
use Path::Class;
use YAML::Tiny ();
use HTTP::Date qw/ time2iso /;

use Devel::PerlySense::Util;





=head1 PROPERTIES

=head2 nameFileConfig

The config file name relative to the root dir.

Default: ./PerlySenseProject/project.cfg

=cut
field "nameFileConfig" => ".PerlySenseProject/project.yml";






=head2 textConfigDefault

The default contents of the config file

=cut
field "textConfigDefault" => q{#PerlySense Project Config

#What's this all about? See: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Devel-PerlySense/

project:

  #The human readable name of the Project
  moniker: 'The Project Without a Name'

  #Extra @INC directories, relative to the project root
  #These come before the default inc directories "." and "lib"
  inc_dir: []


#Bookmarks are regexes that may match against a single line.
#
#The "rex" is either a qr regex declaration, or an array ref of
#regexes (any of them could match to make a bookmark for the line).
#
#The line, or $1 if captured, is displayed.
bookmark:
  -
    moniker: Todo
    rex:
      - "qr/\# \s* TODO \s* : \s* (.+?) \s*$/x"


external:
  editor:

    #Emacs specific configuration
    emacs:

      #To enable flymake in Emacs, configure this in your .emacs file
      #(setq perly-sense-load-flymake t)
      #
      #For more details, settings and colors, see:
      #http://search.cpan.org/dist/Devel-PerlySense/lib/Devel/PerlySense.pm#Emacs_installation
      #
      flymake:

        #During a flymake compilation, perly_sense can run:

        #Check Syntax (perl -c)
        #
        #!!!NOTE!!!
        #   Running perl -c on random Perl code will execute
        #   the BEGIN blocks! Any funny business in them and you're toast!
        #!!!NOTE!!!
        syntax: 0

        #Perl Critic
        #PerlySense will point Critic to a .perlcritic file in this (the .PerlySense)
        #directory. A default config file with fairly lenient rules is
        #provided.
        critic: 0


#Run File Configuration.
#"C-o C-r" to run "command" and "C-u C-o C-r" to run alternate_command
#
#These are evaluated in order to find a way to run a file. First
#match is used.
run_file:
  -
    command: "prove --nocolor -v ${INC} \"${SOURCE_FILE}\""
    alternate_command: ""
    moniker: Test
    rex: \.t$
    run_from: source_root_directory
  -
    command: "perl -c ${INC} \"${SOURCE_FILE}\" 2>&1| perl -ne \"/Subroutine \\w+ redefined at/ or print\""
    alternate_command: ""
    moniker: Module
    rex: \.pm$
    run_from: source_root_directory
  -
    command: "perl ${INC} \"${SOURCE_FILE}\""
    alternate_command: ""
    moniker: Script
    rex: \.pl$
    run_from: file_directory

  #This is a catch-all for all other types of files
  -
    command: "perl ${INC} \"${SOURCE_FILE}\""
    alternate_command: ""
    moniker: 'Script (no .pl)'
    rex: .
    run_from: file_directory



#Run File in Debugger Configuration.
#"C-o r d" to debug "command" and "C-u C-o r d" to debug alternate_command
#
#These are evaluated in order to find a way to debug a file. First
#match is used.
debug_file:
  -
    command: "perl -d ${INC} \"${SOURCE_FILE}\""
    alternate_command: ""
    moniker: Test
    rex: \.t$
    debug_from: source_root_directory
  -
    command: "perl -d ${INC} \"${SOURCE_FILE}\""
    alternate_command: ""
    moniker: Script
    rex: \.pl$
    debug_from: file_directory

  -
    command: "perl -d ${INC} \"${SOURCE_FILE}\""
    alternate_command: ""
    moniker: Module
    rex: \.pm$
    debug_from: source_root_directory

  #This is a catch-all for all other types of files
  -
    command: "perl -d ${INC} \"${SOURCE_FILE}\""
    alternate_command: ""
    moniker: 'Script (no .pl)'
    rex: .
    debug_from: file_directory




#EOF
};





=head2 nameFileCritic

The Perl::Critic config file name relative to the root dir.

Default: ./PerlySenseProject/.perlcritic

=cut
field "nameFileCritic" => ".PerlySenseProject/.perlcritic";






=head2 textCriticDefault

The default contents of the Perl::Critic config file

=cut
field "textCriticDefault" => q{#Default Perl Critic config file
#
#To enable Perl::Critic highlighting in your source code,
#edit .PerlysenseProject/project.yml and set flymake/critic: 1
#
#Make sure you read the documentation for Perl::Critic, and especially
#the config docs.
#http://search.cpan.org/dist/Perl-Critic/lib/Perl/Critic.pm#CONFIGURATION
#http://search.cpan.org/dist/Perl-Critic/lib/Perl/Critic/Config.pm
#
#You can obviously replace this file with your own Perl::Critic config
#file, or a symlink to it.
#

severity  = 5

theme = bugs + maintenance + security + complexity



#This one must be disabled, since flymake will create temp files which
#by definition never match the specified package name
[-Modules::RequireFilenameMatchesPackage]



[-Subroutines::ProhibitSubroutinePrototypes]
[-Subroutines::ProhibitExplicitReturnUndef]



#END
};





=head2 dirRoot

The root directory of the loaded config, or undef if no config is
loaded yet.

Default: undef

=cut
field "dirRoot" => undef;





=head2 rhConfig

The hash ref with the currently loaded config.

Default: { }

=cut
field "rhConfig" => { };





=head2 new()

Create new object.

=cut
sub new(@) {
    my $pkg = shift;

    my $self = $pkg->SUPER::new(@_);

    $self->dirRoot and $self->loadConfig(dirRoot => $self->dirRoot);

    return($self);
}





=head1 METHODS

=head2 loadConfig(dirRoot => DIR)

Load the file for $dirRoot and set dirDoor and rhConfig.

Return 1 if the file could be loaded, else die, e.g. if the file
contains syntax errors.

=cut
sub loadConfig {
    my ($dirRoot) = Devel::PerlySense::Util::aNamedArg(["dirRoot"], @_);

    my $fileConfig = file($dirRoot, $self->nameFileConfig);
    my $sourceConfig = slurp($fileConfig) or
            die("Could not open config file ($fileConfig)\n");
    my ($rhConfig) = eval { YAML::Tiny::Load($sourceConfig) };
    $rhConfig or die("Could not read .PerlySense Project config file ($fileConfig): " . $YAML::Tiny::errstr . "\n");

    $self->dirRoot($dirRoot);
    $self->rhConfig($rhConfig);

    return 1;
}





=head2 createFileConfigDefault(dirRoot => DIR)

Create a config file under $dirRoot with the default config and load
it. Create directories as needed.

If there is an existing config file, rename it first to end with the
current time.

Return 1, or die on errors.

=cut

sub _createFileDefault {
    my ($fileConfig, $text) = Devel::PerlySense::Util::aNamedArg(["file", "text"], @_);

    my $dirConfig = dirname($fileConfig);
    mkpath($dirConfig);
    -d $dirConfig or die("Could not create config directory ($dirConfig)\n");

    if(-e $fileConfig) {
        my $textTime = time2iso( time() );
        $textTime =~ s/\W+/_/g;
        my $fileConfigBackup = $fileConfig . "." . $textTime;

        rename($fileConfig, $fileConfigBackup)
                or die("Could not rename ($fileConfig) -> ($fileConfigBackup)\n");
    }

    spew($fileConfig, $text) or
            die("Could not create config file ($fileConfig)\n");

    return 1;
}

sub createFileConfigDefault {
    my ($dirRoot) = Devel::PerlySense::Util::aNamedArg(["dirRoot"], @_);

    $self->_createFileDefault(
        file => file($dirRoot, $self->nameFileConfig),
        text => $self->textConfigDefault,
    );

    $self->loadConfig(dirRoot => $dirRoot);

    return 1;
}





=head2 createFileCriticDefault(dirRoot => DIR)

Create a Perl::Critic config file under $dirRoot with the default
config. Create directories as needed.

If there is an existing config file, rename it first to end with the
current time.

Return 1, or die on errors.

=cut
sub createFileCriticDefault {
    my ($dirRoot) = Devel::PerlySense::Util::aNamedArg(["dirRoot"], @_);

    $self->_createFileDefault(
        file => file($dirRoot, $self->nameFileCritic),
        text => $self->textCriticDefault,
    );

    return 1;
}





1;





__END__

=encoding utf8

=head1 AUTHOR

Johan Lindstrom, C<< <johanl@cpan.org> >>

=head1 BUGS

Please report any bugs or feature requests to
C<bug-devel-perlysense@rt.cpan.org>, or through the web interface at
L<http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=Devel-PerlySense>.
I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on
your bug as I make changes.

=head1 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

=head1 COPYRIGHT & LICENSE

Copyright 2005 Johan Lindstrom, All Rights Reserved.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
under the same terms as Perl itself.

=cut