GDSL Awesomeness – Contributing to classes which match a path/name pattern

24 / Sep / 2012 by Kushal Likhi 0 comments

hi,

 

If we want to contribute to classes which matches a particular path/name pattern, then we can use PSI Class patterns to do it.

 

the code is as follows:

import com.intellij.patterns.PsiJavaPatterns
import com.intellij.patterns.PlatformPatterns

//get the context of all files, and enable path matching. Note: Don't change anything in context here.
def ctx = context(
        ctype: PsiJavaPatterns.psiClass().withName(PlatformPatterns.string().matches(/.*/))
)  

contributor(ctx) {
    def path = ""
    try {
        path = psiClass.containingFile.originalFile.virtualFile.path
    } catch (Exception e) {
    }

    //Check for Path pattern here
    if (path =~ ".*/*grails-app/controllers/.*") {
    //Contribute to matching classes here.
    method(name: 'foo', type:'void', params: [:])
    }
}

 

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Hope It Helped.
Kushal Likhi

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