rcodetools is a collection of Ruby code manipulation tools. It includes xmpfilter and editor-independent Ruby development helper tools, as well as emacs and vim interfaces. Currently, rcodetools comprises: * xmpfilter: automagic Test::Unit assertions/RSpec expectations and code annotations * rct-complete: 100% accurate (editor-independent) code completion * rct-doc: document browsing and code navigator * rct-meth-args: precise method info (meta-programming aware) and TAGS generation rcodetools includes and supersedes xmpfilter, which has been much improved and extended by rubikitch, ultimately resulting in the rct-* tools, which are almost entirely his work. See http://eigenclass.org/hiki.rb?rcodetools for further information. What's new ========== 0.4.1 is a maintenance release. Several bugs have been fixed, and rcodetools should work better under win32. The only new feature is the -I option in rct-meth-args. Download ======== rcodetools can be installed with RubyGems: gem install rcodetools If you try this shortly after a release and you get an old version/a 404 error, please allow some time until the packages propagate to RubyForge's mirrors. rcodetools is available in tarball format. rcodetools' executables will run faster when installed this way, since RubyGems add a noticeable overhead. Usage ===== rcodetools can be used with any editor, but the distribution includes emacs and vim interfaces (contributions for other editors are welcome); see README.emacs and README.vim in the sources for more information. Further usage info will be available at http://eigenclass.org/hiki.rb?rcodetools License ======= Copyright (c) 2006 rubikitch <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.rubyist.net/~rubikitch/ Copyright (c) 2005-2006 Mauricio Fernandez <email@example.com> http://eigenclass.org Use and distribution subject to the terms of the Ruby license.
on 2007-01-19 16:30
on 2007-09-25 22:29
On Jan 13, 11:03 pm, Mauricio Fernandez <m...@acm.org> wrote: > > rcodetools is a collection of Ruby code manipulation tools. It includes > xmpfilter and editor-independent Ruby development helper tools, as well as > emacs and vim interfaces. [...] Very nice idea. A nice addition would be a file that collects the best IRB enhancements around -- or takes their ideas (history dumping etc.) and implements them in a well-integrated whole. I'd also like to see a program for indenting Ruby code :) Cheers, Gavin
on 2007-09-25 22:48
On Sun, 2007-01-14 at 17:05 +0900, Gavin Sinclair wrote: > I'd also like to see a program for indenting Ruby code :) > > Cheers, > Gavin Somebody started a rubytidy (a'la perltidy), but it appears stagnant - http://rubyforge.org/projects/rubytidy/