module Roda::RodaPlugins::ErrorHandler

  1. lib/roda/plugins/error_handler.rb

The error_handler plugin adds an error handler to the routing, so that if routing the request raises an error, a nice error message page can be returned to the user.

You can provide the error handler as a block to the plugin:

plugin :error_handler do |e|
  "Oh No!"

Or later via the error class method:

plugin :error_handler

error do |e|
  "Oh No!"

In both cases, the exception instance is passed into the block, and the block can return the request body via a string.

If an exception is raised, a new response will be used, with the default status set to 500, before executing the error handler. The error handler can change the response status if necessary, as well set headers and/or write to the body, just like a regular request.

By default, this plugin handles StandardError and ScriptError. To override the exception classes it will handle, pass a :classes option to the plugin:

plugin :error_handler, classes: [StandardError, ScriptError, NoMemoryError]


Public Class

  1. configure


DEFAULT_ERROR_HANDLER_CLASSES = [StandardError, ScriptError].freeze  

Public Class methods

configure (app, opts={}, &block)

If a block is given, automatically call the error method on the Roda class with it.

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# File lib/roda/plugins/error_handler.rb, line 42
def self.configure(app, opts={}, &block)
  app.opts[:error_handler_classes] = (opts[:classes] || app.opts[:error_handler_classes] || DEFAULT_ERROR_HANDLER_CLASSES).dup.freeze

  if block