Code suggestions with Radrails .rhtml view files

anyone been successful with implementing code hints in the Views folder
with radrails in eclipses?

There is a tutorial out there that suggests you edit the jsp folder
(http://www.napcs.com/howto/railsonwindows.html#_Toc111133462)

but i think when you add rails, that jsp folder somehow disappears or
something. i don’t like that idea anyway, cause i don’t like jsp hints
popping up when i’m coding in rails

any insights is much appreciated.

thanks

Dominic

That’s my article. :slight_smile:

You can remove the JSP hints… everything is customizable using that
method. I’ve been told that this method works with Radrails. However, I
don’t use RadRails… I use my own custom install.

Anyone who wants it can download it here:

http://www.napcs.com/products/rails/eclipse/

big props to you man

Dominic

Brian H. wrote:

That’s my article. :slight_smile:

You can remove the JSP hints… everything is customizable using that
method. I’ve been told that this method works with Radrails. However, I
don’t use RadRails… I use my own custom install.

Anyone who wants it can download it here:

http://www.napcs.com/products/rails/eclipse/

Cool stuff! The download link showed only a Windows install file. Is
there
a linux version available? While I can use both, I prefer Linux,
'cause
it’s 5 times fasters on the same hardware.
-Larry

Brian, your how-to looks very good–thanks for putting that together.

I have one question though - isn’t most of that functionality available
in
RadRails? I wonder if it’s a duplication of effort? (Not that a
duplication
of effort is always bad, but in this case, your project and RadRails
seem
almost identical.)

Sorry, only for Windows but that’s because I don’t know how I would
package
this up on other platforms.

You could use the original guide to build it. I’ve built it on Debian
3.1and Ubuntu, and several others have done it successfully on 0SX/

http://www.napcs.com/howto/railsonwindows.html

I am working on a step-by-step Rails + Ubuntu + Eclipse for Rails setup
guide but there’s so much to do that it’s taken a lot longer than I’d
hoped.

On Tuesday, July 11, 2006, at 9:32 AM, zer0halo wrote:

Brian, your how-to looks very good–thanks for putting that together.

I have one question though - isn’t most of that functionality available in
RadRails? I wonder if it’s a duplication of effort? (Not that a duplication
of effort is always bad, but in this case, your project and RadRails seem
almost identical.)

I’m curious about this as well. Brian, could you highlight the
differences, if you know them?

Thanks!
B.A.

I started this well before RadRails actually. We use the same tools
(RDT,
Subclipse, Eclipse). The main difference is that I’m not trying to
integrate
everything like they are. I leverage the existing tools and plugins for
Eclipse which allows me (and my users) to have control of the
environment.
It’s easy to add your own custom auto-complete templates or external
tools.
When Mongrel came out, it was easy to just make a new task that runs
Mongrel
instead of Rails.

I keep trying RadRails but I find it very limiting right now compared to
what I’ve provided. I imagine that RadRails will eventually surpass my
stuff. Until that happens, I’ll keep working on this and keep it up to
date.

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