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Toggle RSpec Focus

by axsuul ST2/ST3

Toggle RSpec blocks with :focus using keyboard shortcuts within Sublime Text

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  • OS X 97
  • Linux 37
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sublime-toggle-rspec-focus

A Sublime Text plugin that comes in handy when working with RSpec.

Toggle RSpec Focus in Action!

Often you will find yourself adding :focus to test specific examples. This plugin makes it easy by allowing you to toggle :focus on a specific line with a keyboard shortcut.

Installation

Use Package Control to install. You may need to restart Sublime Text!

Usage

The default keyboard shortcut is ctrl+shift+o to focus/unfocus. To change this, you can edit your key bindings in Preferences > Key Bindings - User with

{ 
    "keys": ["ctrl+shift+o"], 
    "command": "toggle_rspec_focus" 
}