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Ruby Markers

by mmims ST2/ST3

Execute and Update '# =>' Markers using xmpfilter from the rcodetools gem.

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  • 2015.02.10.13.27.54
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Sublime Text Ruby Markers

A Sublime Text plugin to execute ruby code and update # => markers with the results using the xmpfilter component of rcodetools.

Installation

Installation consists of two parts: the rcodetools gem (Ruby Markers requires the use of xmpfilter which is a tool packaged with this gem) and the Ruby Markers Sublime Text package.

rcodetools

The rcodetools gem must be installed on in order for the Ruby Markers plugin to function properly. Assuming you have ruby and rubygems installed, install the rcodetools gem:

$ gem install rcodetools

rbenv users, please note that you will have to run $ rbenv rehash after installing the gem in order for rbenv to recognize the xmpfilter command.

Sublime Text Ruby Markers

Using Package Control (recommended):

  • Use Cmd+Shift+P or Ctrl+Shift+P to open the Command Palette, then select Package Control: Install Package.
  • Look for Ruby Markers and install it.

Or, determine the Packages path for your OS

  • OS X: ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 2/Packages or ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ /Packages
  • Windows: %APPDATA%\Sublime Text 2\Packages\ or %APPDATA%\Sublime Text 3\Packages\
  • Linux: ~/.config/sublime-text-2/Packages/ or ~/.config/sublime-text-3/Packages/

and clone the plugin via git:

$ git clone https://github.com/mmims/sublime-text-2-ruby-markers.git "<Sublime Text Packages folder>/Ruby Markers"

Usage

Use Alt+Shift+u or Tools -> Execute and Update '# =>' Markers to run the Ruby code through the xmpfilter and update the current buffer with the results.

Capturing STDOUT

If you have a Ruby script that looks like:

3.times { puts "Hello, World!" }

Running the plugin will update the buffer with:

3.times { puts "Hello World!" }
# >> Hello World!
# >> Hello World!
# >> Hello World!

Code Annotation

Code annotation is performed by using typing # => at the end of the line you want to annotate. There is a ruby snippet that can speed up using this by typing # then tab.

If you have a Ruby script that looks like:

def fib(n)
    n < 2 ? n : fib(n-1) + fib(n-2)
end

fib(11)     # => 
fib(23)     # =>

Running the plugin will update the buffer with:

def fib(n)
    n < 2 ? n : fib(n-1) + fib(n-2)
end

fib(11)     # => 89
fib(23)     # => 28657

Settings

Settings are accessible through via Preferences -> Package Settings -> Ruby Markers. The Settings - Default option contains the defaults for all settings. When configuring settings, use the Settings - User option so that your changes will not be overwritten by updates to the plugin. The settings files use json syntax.

rbenv_paths

Specifies a list of paths to search for the rbenv tool. Default setting: “json "rbenv_paths”: [ “~/.rbenv/bin/rbenv”, “/usr/local/bin/rbenv” ]

### ruby_manager ###

Specifies which ruby version manager to use. Valid settings are: `auto`, `rbenv`, `rvm`, or `none`. Default setting:
```json
"ruby_manager": "auto"

rvm_paths

Specifies a list of paths to search for the rvm tool. Default setting: “json "rvm_paths”: [ “~/.rvm/bin/rvm-auto-ruby”, “/usr/local/rvm/bin/rvm-auto-ruby” ]

### strip_stdout ###

Set to true to strip stdout comments (`# >> `) before updating the buffer. Default setting:
```json
"strip_stdout": false

xmpfilter_bin_posix

Specifies the location of the xmpfilter executable for Linux & OSX systems. Default setting: “json "xmpfilter_bin_posix”: [“xmpfilter”]

### xmpfilter_bin_win ###

Specifies the location of the xmpfilter executable for Windows systems. Default setting:
```json
"xmpfilter_bin_win": ["xmpfilter.bat"]

xmpfilter_quiet

Set to true to suppress standard output. Default setting: “json "xmpfilter_quiet”: false

### xmpfilter_rails ###

Set to true to replace `# =>` with Test::Unit assertions instead of annotations. Default setting:
```json
"xmpfilter_rails": false

xmpfilter_warnings

Set to false to ignore warnings ruby warnings in annotations. Default setting: “json "xmpfilter_warnings”: true

### check_for_rbenv ###

Deprecated. Use `ruby_manager` instead.

### check_for_rvm ###

Deprecated. Use `ruby_manager` instead.

### rbenv_path ###

Deprecated. Use `rbenv_paths` instead.