Module: Rufus::Lua

— Copyright © 2009, John Mettraux, Alain Hoang.

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Constants

VERSION
'1.1.0'

Public Visibility

Public Class Method Summary

to_lua_s(o)

— always make sure that the methods here are usable without the need to load liblua.

to_lua_table_s(o)

Turns a Ruby Array or Hash instance into a Lua parseable string representation.

Public Class Method Details

to_lua_s

public to_lua_s(o)

— always make sure that the methods here are usable without the need to load liblua.dylib ++ Turns a Ruby instance into a Lua parseable string representation.

Will raise an ArgumentError as soon as something else than a simple Ruby type (or Hash/Array) is passed.

  Rufus::Lua.to_lua_s({ 'a' => 'A', 'b' => 2})
    #
    # => '{ "a": "A", "b": 2 }'
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# File 'lib/rufus/lua/utils.rb', line 42

def self.to_lua_s (o)

  case o

    when String then o.inspect
    when Fixnum then o.to_s
    when Float then o.to_s
    when TrueClass then o.to_s
    when FalseClass then o.to_s

    when Hash then to_lua_table_s(o)
    when Array then to_lua_table_s(o)

    else raise(
      ArgumentError.new(
        "don't how to turning into a Lua string representation "+
        "Ruby instances of class '#{o.class}'"))
  end
end

to_lua_table_s

public to_lua_table_s(o)

Turns a Ruby Array or Hash instance into a Lua parseable string representation.

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# File 'lib/rufus/lua/utils.rb', line 65

def self.to_lua_table_s (o)

  s = if o.is_a?(Array)
    o.collect { |e| to_lua_s(e) }
  else
    o.collect { |k, v| "[#{to_lua_s(k)}] = #{to_lua_s(v)}" }
  end

  "{ #{s.join(', ')} }"
end
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