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// Copyright 2014 The Flutter Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
import 'dart:io';
import 'package:path/path.dart' as path;
/// Scans the dartdoc HTML output in the provided `htmlOutputPath` for
/// unresolved dartdoc directives (`{@foo x y}`).
/// Dartdoc usually replaces those directives with other content. However,
/// if the directive is misspelled (or contains other errors) it is placed
/// verbatim into the HTML output. That's not desirable and this check verifies
/// that no directives appear verbatim in the output by checking that the
/// string `{@` does not appear in the HTML output outside of <code> sections.
/// The string `{@` is allowed in <code> sections, because those may contain
/// sample code where the sequence is perfectly legal, e.g. for required named
/// parameters of a method:
/// ```
/// void foo({@required int bar});
/// ```
void checkForUnresolvedDirectives(String htmlOutputPath) {
final Directory dartDocDir = Directory(htmlOutputPath);
if (!dartDocDir.existsSync()) {
throw Exception('Directory with dartdoc output (${dartDocDir.path}) does not exist.');
// Makes sure that the path we were given contains some of the expected
// libraries and HTML files.
final List<String> canaryLibraries = <String>[
final List<String> canaryFiles = <String>[
print('Scanning for unresolved dartdoc directives...');
final List<FileSystemEntity> toScan = dartDocDir.listSync();
int count = 0;
while (toScan.isNotEmpty) {
final FileSystemEntity entity = toScan.removeLast();
if (entity is File) {
if (path.extension(entity.path) != '.html') {
// TODO(goderbauer): Remove this exception when is fixed.
if (entity.path.endsWith('-class.html') || entity.path.endsWith('-library.html') ) {
count += _scanFile(entity);
} else if (entity is Directory) {
} else {
throw Exception('$entity is neither file nor directory.');
if (canaryLibraries.isNotEmpty) {
throw Exception('Did not find docs for the following libraries: ${canaryLibraries.join(', ')}.');
if (canaryFiles.isNotEmpty) {
throw Exception('Did not find docs for the following files: ${canaryFiles.join(', ')}.');
if (count > 0) {
throw Exception('Found $count unresolved dartdoc directives (see log above).');
print('No unresolved dartdoc directives detected.');
int _scanFile(File file) {
assert(path.extension(file.path) == '.html');
final Iterable<String> matches = _pattern.allMatches(file.readAsStringSync())
.map((RegExpMatch m ) =>;
if (matches.isNotEmpty) {
stderr.writeln('Found unresolved dartdoc directives in ${file.path}:');
for (final String match in matches) {
stderr.writeln(' $match');
return matches.length;
// Matches all `{@` that are not within `<code></code>` sections.
// This regex may lead to false positives if the docs ever contain nested tags
// inside <code> sections. Since we currently don't do that, doing the matching
// with a regex is a lot faster than using an HTML parser to strip out the
// <code> sections.
final RegExp _pattern = RegExp(r'({@[^}\n]*}?)(?![^<>]*</code)');
// Usually, the checker is invoked directly from `dartdoc.dart`. Main method
// is included for convenient local runs without having to regenerate
// the dartdocs every time.
// Provide the path to the dartdoc HTML output as an argument when running the
// program.
void main(List<String> args) {
if (args.length != 1) {
throw Exception('Must provide the path to the dartdoc HTML output as argument.');
if (!Directory(args.single).existsSync()) {
throw Exception('The dartdoc HTML output directory ${args.single} does not exist.');