Intelligent code completion for Ruby in the Atom Editor. Requires Rsense.
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RSense is a tool for doing static analysis of Ruby source code. Rsense is used in conjunction with an editor plugin. This is the plugin for the Atom editor.
RSense is currently in beta and ready for testing. Currently we have exposed code-completion. In the near future we'll also be ready to expose some of Rsense's other basic features like
find-definition. After that, there's plenty to do in the long term. See the waffle link below to find out where you can pitch in. It would be awesome if you helped get things done.
Add this line to your application's Gemfile:
And then execute:
Or install it yourself as:
$ gem install rsense
If you use
rbenv please be sure to rehash:
Then install this package via Sublime Text's package manager, within preferences. Just search for
You'll need to run
rsense start from the command line, though we do eventually plan to add an command for starting and stopping the server.
You can tell RSense where your project is with
The path passed in should be to the directory where your Gemfile is. This may improve the user experience.
Completions are triggered on
More information about rsense can be found at http://rsense.github.io/ .