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Selection​Ruby​Eval

by jcshih ST2/ST3

A Sublime Text plugin for executing ruby code on multiple selections.

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  • Total 499
  • Win 201
  • OS X 173
  • Linux 125
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SelectionRubyEval

A Sublime Text plugin to execute ruby code on multiple selections.

Installation

Assumes ruby is installed, and that ruby is available in path.

Install using Package Control (Recommended), or by cloning this repository into the Packages directory.

Usage

Default key bindings:

  • OSX: Cmd+Shift+r
  • Linux: Ctrl+Shift+r
  • Windows: Ctrl+Shift+r

Through Command Palette, find SelectionRubyEval: evaluate selections

Enter a ruby expression, where the variable x will contain the selection as a string. To also evaluate the selection itself as a ruby expression, use eval(x). Outputs are treated as string also, so if the result of an expression is a ruby structure, you can use #to_s to get its string representation.

Note: Currently, SelectionRubyEval does not handle newlines, so each selection's input and output must reside on one line.

Examples