Recently, I have been doing more remote pair programming at my day job, and I was copying some code snippets into pastie. Pastie is a site that allows you to share code snippets with nice syntax highlighting. One thing led to another, and next I was searching for emacs integration with pastie. I found it […]
Entries Tagged as 'ruby'
January 7th, 2008 by Rob Christie · 16 Comments
July 21st, 2007 by Ryan McGeary · 6 Comments
Rob recently pointed me to rcodetools and its included emacs integration. Specifically, I’ve only had the chance to play with xmpfilter, but so far, I’m very impressed. Let’s use it to annotate lines in a ruby buffer with intermediate results.
June 10th, 2007 by Rob Christie · 11 Comments
The emacs-rails package turns emacs into a Ruby on Rails IDE. To put it simply, I love the package. It gets me excited to see this much active development for an emacs mode. The emacs wiki has a laundry list of the functionality that the mode provides. I don’t think a single blog post can […]
February 10th, 2007 by Rob Christie · 3 Comments
Many times I use global key mappings for commands that I use every day. For example, I build java projects daily using ant, so I have the following in my .emacs: (global-set-key [f5] ‘jde-build) Less frequently, I use the C-c C-v C-. which is the default key binding for the command jde-complete. Both commands are […]