.gitignore for doc/tags
doc/tags gets created by Pathogen when you follow the install instructions for Command-t: :call pathogen#helptags() Other vim-* plugins already explicitly ignore this file.
vim-ruby-install prompt to create a directory was misleading
The \_s* matcher was being used to correctly highlight constructs like "class << self" and "Foo::<<", even when they're on separate lines and oddly spaced. This commit separates the patterns for these groups from the group with the closing brackets, [)}...], since in that case, it shouldn't be necessary to match the << on a new line.
Support block parameter.
This reverts commit be5d8d0.
On win32 installs with +ruby, ftplugin/ruby.vim makes a call to VIM::command to set the s:ruby_paths variable. In some circumstances, this code can run when under a different ruby module, and if that ruby module has a VIM module defined, there is a namespace clash. The fix is to change the call to be ::VIM::command, which works fine under all cases. The conflict occurs with Command-T in particular when opening a .rb file from that tool.
Note that this slightly changes behaviour for other nested stuff.
This reverts commit 9ca7280. We can't use normal! because we're invoking other maps.
`ri` no longer supports format `simple`. The only format which displays the tooltip correctly is `rdoc`.
Most of the file was already indented using spaces, but a few places were using tabs. The modeline was setting "noet" as well. For consistency's sake, the modeline now sets "et" and the file has been retabbed and reindented, excluding the opening header.