Just a tip for those of you using RadRails. If you install the new
rubygems 0.9.0, you can type “gem rdoc --all --ri” at the command line.
Then, open up RadRails, go to Window->Preferences->Ruby->Ri/rdoc and
change your ri path to the path to gemri (which gemri). Finally, open up
your RI Eclipse view and voila…indexed, searchable rails api docs at
your finger tips!
This feature is worth its weight in gold. Btw, using the --all flag will
generate ri for ALL installed gems, so you may want to limit that (or do
a “gem clean” beforehand to eliminate old versions)…if you have
multiple rails versions install that you generate ri for, the utility