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README.md

Ruby Yank FQN

About

This plugin yanks the absolute path name (FQN) of the current cursor position inside a ruby module/class.

Installation

I recommend Vundle

Plugin 'codegourmet/ruby-yank-fqn'

Usage

Setup the method via your preferred keybinding inside .vimrc:

nmap yf !silent :call YankFQN()<CR>

Then trigger the yanking inside a module.

Example

module Foo
  class Class1
  end

  class Class2
    # [x] cursor is here
  end
end

if you press yf (or your custom combination, see above) at the marked cursor position, the string Foo::Class2 will get yanked into the unnamed register (@").

NOTE: you can yank from any position. If the cursor is on a class, module or end statement, it will still count as being inside the scope.

example:

  module Foo
    class Class1
    end
    # ^-- cursor is on the end statement
  end

will yield Foo::Class1

Settings

g:yankfqn_register

If you're using clipboard=unnamed or clipboard=unnamedplus, you might want to change the target register.

let g:yankfqn_register = '*'

Default: " (unnamed yank register)

g:yankfqn_verbose

If this flag is set to 1, the yanked string will be output as message.

Default: 0

Contributing

If you think anything's missing or buggy, please drop me a line or a pull request.

TODO

vim docs

License

MIT

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