Implements the logic behind the rake tasks for annotations like

rake notes
rake notes:optimize

and friends. See rake -T notes and railties/lib/tasks/annotations.rake.

Annotation objects are triplets :line, :tag, :text that represent the line where the annotation lives, its tag, and its text. Note the filename is not stored.

Annotations are looked for in comments and modulus whitespace they have to start with the tag optionally followed by a colon. Everything up to the end of the line (or closing ERB comment tag) is considered to be their text.

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July 23, 2008
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Custom annotation types

For group work you may need something more than FIXME, OPTIMIZE and TODO. Just create new rake file and place it to lib/tasks:

require 'source_annotation_extractor'

task :notes do
  SourceAnnotationExtractor.enumerate "WTF|OMG", :tag => true

namespace :notes do
  desc "Enumerate all WTF annotations"
  task :wtf do
    SourceAnnotationExtractor.enumerate "WTF"

  desc "Enumerate all OMG annotations"
  task :omg do
    SourceAnnotationExtractor.enumerate "OMG"

or create an array of new types and generate tasks dynamicaly.

January 27, 2009
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Add Rspec files to the annotations

By default the annotations search the ‘test’ folder, but not the ‘spec’ folder if you are using Rspec. To get those specs involved do this:

require 'source_annotation_extractor'

class SourceAnnotationExtractor
  def find(dirs=%w(app lib spec))
    dirs.inject({}) { |h, dir| h.update(find_in(dir)) }

If you have other folders you want to check, just add them to the dirs list.