On 6/27/08 9:43 AM, in article C48A66D5.3E413%matt(a)tidbits.com, "Matt
Neuburg" <matt(a)tidbits.com> wrote:
For a while, there was this great feature in RubyMate.
When you select a
term in your script and press control-H, RubyMate would consult ri (or fri
or whatever it is) and, if there were multiple alternatives found, would
list them all in a little tooltip or popup menu beneath the mouse. So if you
said "gsub" you might see Kernel#gsub, String#gsub, and so on. This is a
menu so you could click an alternative and do a lookup of that in the help.
The thing is, though, that this feature has completely vanished as if I'd
only dreamt it. Does anyone know how I can get it back?
Just to answer my own question - made it reappear, apparently by
reinstalling fastri *again*. It seems that this feature depends upon fastri
and that fastri itself has a mysterious random tendency to vanish from my
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