Forum: Ruby Pushing Emacs to for Ruby

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C51b60fddee4caf0ae2bb18a7986f893?d=identicon&s=25 Hemant K. (gnufied)
on 2007-05-09 09:02
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I just saw this on Emacs mailing list

http://mathrick.org/files/emacs-demo.gif

quite interesting bit i guess.
Using rcodetools and semantic , i think this would be possible for
Ruby also. Do we need this? I dunno, I may find it useful. Sometimes
old hippie expand doesn't cut actually. Has anyone tried semantic with
Ruby?


Can we get this as well for Ruby:

http://esense.sourceforge.net/shot2.jpg
Dan Debertin (Guest)
on 2007-05-09 15:40
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From: hemant <gethemant@gmail.com>

> Has anyone tried semantic with Ruby?

I've been maintaining a set of semantic Ruby bindings for some time:

http://www.nodewarrior.org/~debertin/wisent-ruby.html

Take a test drive and let me know how it goes. I would say it's
"beta-quality"; I've been using it under emacs (ECB) for almost a year
now.


> http://esense.sourceforge.net/shot2.jpg

Wow! Very impressive.

> Can we get this as well for Ruby:

I'm not so sure ... If "esense" is based on semantic, then yes,
absolutely, if it's written to only work with Erlang then I think it
would be difficult to port it to Ruby.

I will look into how hard it would be.

-Dan Debertin
debertin@gmail.com
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