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Rails Open​View

by harekal7 ST2/ST3

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Rails OpenView

Open Associated View for methods in a controller in Rails.

Installation for Sublime Text

Package Control (highly recommended)

Open command palette and type Install Package then type Rails OpenView and hit Enter or Return. Package Control will automatically download, install and update for you.

“git” command

Open your favourite Terminal application, browse to PACKAGES_PATH and run this command.

git clone git://github.com/harekal7/Rails-OpenView.git

Manual Installation

Download .zip file from this repository and browse to PACKAGES_PATH, extract .zip file and rename folder to Rails-OpenView, restart Sublime Text if you are currently open.

** PACKAGES_PATH is referred to a folder which can be accessed via the Preferences > Browse Packages...

Configuration

Open Preferences > Key Bindings-User and add { "keys": ["super+d"], "command": "rails_open_view" },

** You may use any other key bindings, whichever you will be comfortable with instead of super+d

Usage

Whenever cursor is on a view name in controller, for example on def index or redirect_to :action=>'index' or render :action => :new, hit super+d to open index.html.erb ( that particular view )