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Quickly access the code of any installed gem.

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Goto Ruby Gem 0.3.0

This plugin is designed for Ruby projects and allows you to quickly access the code of any installed gem. It opens the gem's source code in a new Sublime Text window for easy inspection.

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Installation

  1. Open Sublime Text.
  2. Press Ctrl + Shift + P (Linux) or Cmd + Shift + P (Mac) to open the Command Palette.
  3. Type Install Package and press Enter.
  4. Type “GotoRubyGem” and press Enter to install.

How to Use

  1. Press Ctrl + Shift + P (Linux) or Cmd + Shift + P (Mac) in Sublime Text.
  2. Type “Goto Ruby Gem” and press enter.
  3. It will display a list of all installed gems.
  4. Select a gem from the list, and the plugin will open its source code in a new window.

Specifying Custom Directories (optional)

For specifying custom directories from which gems should be searched:

Store configurations directly in Sublime Text's settings: Open Preferences > Package Settings > GotoRubyGem and refer to Settings - Default for an example. You can customize GotoRubyGem using the following configurations:

  • use_custom_gems_directories:
    • Controls whether to use custom directories for gem searching.
    • Default: false
    • Options:
    • true: Enables searching in custom gem directories specified in custom_gems_directories.
    • false: Uses the default gem directory for searching.
  • custom_gems_directories:
    • A list of absolute paths where gems should be searched.
    • Usage:
    • Specify paths only if use_custom_gems_directories is set to true.
    • If empty and use_custom_gems_directories is true, no gems will be searched.

Example Configuration:

Now Gems will only be searched inside /home/vals/.rvm/rubies/ruby-3.1.4/lib/ruby/gems/3.1.0/gems

{
    "use_custom_gems_directories": true,
    "custom_gems_directories": [
        "/home/vals/.rvm/rubies/ruby-3.1.4/lib/ruby/gems/3.1.0/gems"
    ]
  }

limitations

  • Experimental support for Sublime Text for Linux/Mac with RVM/rbenv.

Enjoy exploring gem code easily with Goto Ruby Gem!

Feedback

Your feedback and suggestions are valuable! Feel free to open issues or contribute to the project.