Forum: Ruby on Rails [ANN] vim 7 ruby omni-complete v0.2

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Mark G. (Guest)
on 2006-04-12 08:07
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Thanks to some outside suggestions and contributions we now have another
release.

If you missed the original announcement, rbcomplete provides a vim7
omni-completion function (code completion) for vim. It is based on
complete.rb, pycomplete.vim and ccomplete.vim. Any input is welcome.

Whats New:
------------
At the request of many people, Object's instance methods are no longer
included in the completion list, if anyone wants this functionality
back I'll make it a configurable.
A major contribution provided rbcomplete.vim with better variable
identification so the following will properly be completed:
a = Time.now
b = [0..2]
c = ['a','b']
d = {:a=>'test',:b=>'this'}

sorry, no "e = c" yet. You can find the file at:
http://blog.hasno.info/blog/segfault/dev/2006/04/1...
  --mark

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Adam D. (Guest)
on 2006-04-12 19:36
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how do you get this to work?  I dropped rbcomplete.vim in my autoload
directory and fired up vim, but how do you get the autocomplete optoins
to
pop up ?

adam
Mark G. (Guest)
on 2006-04-12 20:35
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Adam,

CTRL-X CTRL-O after the text, is the default keymap.
I should probably add a note about that to my posting...
  --mark

Adam D. wrote:
> how do you get this to work?  I dropped rbcomplete.vim in my autoload
> directory and fired up vim, but how do you get the autocomplete
> optoins to pop up ?
>
> adam
>
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