Read specs in a documentation format like without run tests
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- Win 45
- Mac 98
- Linux 37
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Sometimes we work on a large projects with huge rspec files, and before write some code, is required to understand what is going on there, and for that we don't need to know how it's implemented, but just what is implemented.
- Install Sublime Package Control
- From inside Sublime Text, open Package Control's Command Pallet: CTRL SHIFT P (Windows, Linux) or CMD SHIFT P on Mac.
install packageand hit Return. A list of available packages will be displayed.
ReadRspecand hit Return. The package will be downloaded to the appropriate directory.
Method 1 - Type
cmd+k cmd+r (mac) /
ctrl+k ctrl+r (linux and windows)
method 2 - Open command pallet and search for
rspec: read as the demo below
[ ] - Find a better name (this name is hard to find)
[ ] - Adds folding capability
[ ] - Expand for other languages