Basically, I'm still pretty much freshmeat when it comes to Ruby, but I'm intrigued by the language and wanted to start playing around w/ it for the J2EE project that I'm on. I wrote some Ruby Code that would find all the jsp's in our project (around 200) and look for a XML-Tag and after this tag it would insert a new line w/ another tag... Some basic scripting. But I doubt I'm doing it the most efficient way. Another problem I have is if within the original JSP file, a Tag carries over onto the next line. I would ideally like to find a Xml-Tag and insert another block after the end of it. What would be the best way of doing so? Thanks. Here's the relevant code: def insertStr(fname, str, regexpr, isHeader) notAdded = true File.open(fname, 'r+') do |f| # open file for update lines = f.readlines # read into array of lines lines.each do |line| # modify lines if notAdded if line =~ regexpr # If the tag is found if isHeader # insert include string line << str + "\n" else line.replace(str + "\n" + line) end notAdded = false # make sure nothing else can be inserted end end end f.pos = 0 # back to start f.print lines # write out modified lines f.truncate(f.pos) # truncate to new length end # file is automatically closed return !notAdded end
on 2006-03-20 19:20
on 2006-03-21 16:34
A Xml-Parser might be able to help? donald dapp wrote: > Another problem I have is if within the original JSP file, a Tag carries > over onto the next line. I would ideally like to find a Xml-Tag and > insert another block after the end of it. What would be the best way of > doing so? Thanks.