I am newbie to ruby, I have extensive experience in java & with
javadoc, javadoc shows class hierarchy i.e. its parent classes and
interfaces in a tree view, so you can easily understand the whole
hierarchy but when I moved to ruby the feature missing is to see the
class hierarchy for ruby classes. Every time I can’t fire irb and
create an object and see its ancestors
So am I missing something? Is it possible to see the class hierarchy
in rdoc generated documentation ?
Particularly when you go to http://www.ruby-doc.org/core/ for core
documentation there is no way to see even Fixnum parent classes.
Fixnum is only for example. And from my experience good
documentation plays important role in its adaptability.
Suggest me if there are any alternative ruby documentation generators
or class browsers.