[TxMt] Opening Ruby Headers (was: Re: textmate Digest, Vol 3, Issue 43)
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Mon Aug 25 15:48:44 UTC 2008
On 25 Aug 2008, at 17:07, Juan Falgueras wrote:
>> There already is a header opener on ??D scoped to Ruby.
> I finally have found the place you said, Shift-Cmd-D was (I did
> [svn checkout]
> and reload bundles in Ruby. It has been the first time I have done
> this. Ok.
It is a default bundle. Maybe better to do http://wiki.macromates.com/Troubleshooting/RevertToDefaultBundles
as it sounds like the lack of this command is not the only
> The result of exec it on a simple line as:
> Could not find include: ‘test/unit
That test works fine here. It opens /System/Library/Frameworks/
> (moreover, the scope in the command was bad, it was:
> source.ruby meta.require string.quoted
> without commas, and it was necessary for me to insert commas to make
> it work)
That scope selector IS correct. If the string in a ruby require line
does not get that scope, then likely your ruby language grammar is at
fault, hence I think you want to try and revert to default bundles.
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