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Added file detection and syntax highlighting for spec files, and now distribute an rspec snippet (vimscript #2540) file as part of the package.
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  1. +10 −5 doc/specky.txt
  2. +1 −0 ftdetect/rspec.vim
  3. +7 −7 plugin/specky.vim
  4. +162 −0 snippets/rspec.snippets
  5. +30 −0 syntax/rspec.vim
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-*specky.txt* Last change: $Id: specky.txt 49 2008-08-15 13:32:40Z mahlon $
+*specky.txt* Last change: $Id: specky.txt 64 2009-03-22 00:49:45Z mahlon $
VIM REFERENCE MANUAL by Mahlon E. Smith
@@ -45,10 +45,11 @@ programming tasks smooooth and pleasurable.
Okay then, what does it do?
-By default? Nothing, unless you are comfortable using the menus. I decided
-the easiest way to cherry pick the functionality that you'd like was to enable
-them via key bindings. By doing this, Specky won't make assumptions about
-your current environment, and won't stomp on anything you don't want it to.
+By default? Nothing but syntax highlighting unless you are comfortable using
+the menus. I decided the easiest way to cherry pick the functionality that
+you'd like was to enable them via key bindings. By doing this, Specky won't
+make assumptions about your current environment, and won't stomp on anything
+you don't want it to.
Specky won't do -anything- with your environment until you enable ~
the key bindings!! ~
@@ -73,6 +74,10 @@ now do with a single key stroke:
- Make lovely and quick comment banners for ruby code.
+Specky also includes a "snippets" file that can be used with the Snipmate
+plugin by Michael Sanders <msanders42+vim@gmail.com>. (Minimum version 0.74.)
+
+ http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=2540
==============================================================================
3. ENABLING-SPECKY *SpeckyVimrcExample*
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+au BufRead,BufNewFile *_spec.rb set filetype=rspec
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@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
"
" Specky!
" Mahlon E. Smith <mahlon@martini.nu>
-" $Id: specky.vim 49 2008-08-15 13:32:40Z mahlon $
+" $Id: specky.vim 64 2009-03-22 00:49:45Z mahlon $
"
" }}}
@@ -58,11 +58,11 @@ execute 'menu ' . s:menuloc . '.Make\ a\ &banner :call <SID>MakeBanner()<CR>'
"
function! <SID>SpecSwitcher()
- " If we aren't in a ruby file (specs are ruby-mode too) then we probably
- " don't care too much about this function.
+ " If we aren't in a ruby or rspec file then we probably don't care
+ " too much about this function.
"
- if &ft != 'ruby'
- call s:err( "Not currently in ruby-mode." )
+ if &ft != 'ruby' && &ft != 'rspec'
+ call s:err( "Not currently in ruby or rspec mode." )
return
endif
@@ -122,7 +122,7 @@ function! <SID>QuoteSwitcher()
execute ":normal viWc'" . l:word . "'"
elseif l:type == "'"
- if &ft == "ruby"
+ if &ft == 'ruby' || &ft == 'rspec'
" Single quote to symbol
"
execute ':normal viWc:' . l:word
@@ -230,7 +230,7 @@ function! <SID>RunRdoc()
" If we aren't in a ruby file (specs are ruby-mode too) then we probably
" don't care too much about this function.
"
- if ( &ft != 'ruby' && &ft != 'rdoc' )
+ if ( &ft != 'ruby' && &ft != 'rspec' )
call s:err( "Not currently in ruby-mode." )
return
endif
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+#
+# specky: snippet file for rspec, to be used with the quite excellent
+# 'snipmate' Vim plugin by Michael Sanders <msanders42+vim@gmail.com>.
+# http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=2540
+#
+# $Id: specrun.vim 46 2008-08-12 16:24:10Z mahlon $
+#
+
+snippet .and and_raise()
+ .and_raise( ${1:exception}.new("${2:message}") )
+snippet .and and_return { }
+ .and_return { ${1} }
+snippet .and and_return()
+ .and_return( ${1:value} )
+snippet .and and_throw()
+ .and_throw( ${1:sym} )
+snippet .and and_yield()
+ .and_yield( ${1:values} )
+snippet .at at_least()
+ .at_least( ${1:n} ).times
+snippet .at at_most()
+ .at_most( ${1:n} ).times
+snippet .on
+ .once
+snippet .tw
+ .twice
+snippet .any
+ .any_number_of_times
+snippet des Describe subject
+ describe "${1:subject}" do
+ ${2}
+ end
+snippet des Describe Type
+ describe ${1:Type} do
+ ${2}
+ end
+snippet des Describe Type, description
+ describe ${1:Type}, "${2:description}" do
+ ${3}
+ end
+snippet des Describe a shared group
+ describe "${1:A Shared Thing}", :shared => true do
+ ${2}
+ end
+snippet it it block
+ it "${1:should do something}" do
+ ${2}
+ end
+snippet it it (pending)
+ it "${1:does something}"${2}
+snippet .ex
+ .exactly( ${1:n} ).times
+snippet .w
+ .with( ${1:args} )${2}
+snippet con
+ context "${1:context}" do
+ ${2}
+ end
+snippet mock
+ ${1:var} = mock( "${2:mock_name}"${3:, :null_object => true} )
+ ${4}
+snippet st
+ stub!( :${1:expectation} ).with( ${2:args} ).and_return( ${3} )
+snippet bef Before each test
+ before( :each ) do
+ ${1}
+ end
+snippet bef Before all tests
+ before( :all ) do
+ ${1}
+ end
+snippet aft After each test
+ after( :each ) do
+ ${1}
+ end
+snippet aft After all tests
+ after( :all ) do
+ ${1}
+ end
+snippet sh=
+ ${1:target}.should == ${2:value}
+ ${3}
+snippet shn=
+ ${1:target}.should_not == ${2:value}
+ ${3}
+snippet she
+ ${1:target}.should equal( ${2:value} )
+ ${3}
+snippet shne
+ ${1:target}.should_not equal( ${2:value} )
+ ${3}
+snippet shm Should contain
+ ${1:target}.should =~ /${2:regexp}/
+ ${3}
+snippet shnm
+ ${1:target}.should_not =~ /${2:regexp}/
+ ${3}
+snippet shm Should match
+ ${1:target}.should match( /${2:regexp}/ )${3}
+snippet shb
+ ${1:target}.should be( ${2:result} )
+ ${3}
+snippet shnb
+ ${1:target}.should_not be( ${2:result} )
+ ${3}
+snippet shbko
+ ${1:target}.should be_a_kind_of( ${2:klass} )
+ ${3}
+snippet shnbko
+ ${1:target}.should_not be_a_kind_of( ${2:klass} )
+ ${3}
+snippet shbio
+ ${1:target}.should be_instance_of( ${2:klass} )
+ ${3}
+snippet shnbio
+ ${1:target}.should_not be_instance_of( ${2:klass} )
+ ${3}
+snippet shbc
+ ${1:target}.should be_close( ${2:result}, ${3:tolerance} )
+ ${4}
+snippet shnbc
+ ${1:target}.should_not be_close( ${2:result}, ${3:tolerance} )
+ ${4}
+snippet shh
+ ${1:target}.should have( ${2:num} ).${3:things}
+ ${4}
+snippet shhal
+ ${1:target}.should have_at_least( ${2:num} ).${3:things}
+ ${4}
+snippet shham
+ ${1:target}.should have_at_most( ${2:num} ).${3:things}
+ ${4}
+snippet shbp
+ ${1:target}.should ${2:be_${3:predicate}} ${4}
+snippet shnbp
+ ${1:target}.should_not ${2:be_${3:predicate}} ${4}
+snippet shre
+ lambda { ${1} }.should raise_error( ${2:ErrorClass}, /${3:message match}/i )
+ ${4}
+snippet shnre
+ lambda { ${1} }.should_not raise_error( ${2:ErrorClass} )
+ ${3}
+snippet shr
+ ${1:mock}.should_receive( :${2:message} )${3}
+snippet shnr
+ ${1:mock}.should_not_receive( :${2:message} )${3}
+snippet shrt
+ ${1:target}.should respond_to( :${2:sym} )
+snippet shnrt
+ ${1:target}.should_not respond_to( :${2:sym} )
+snippet shbl
+ it_should_behave_like "${1:shared behavior}"
+ ${2}
+snippet sim
+ def ${1:matcher_method}( expected )
+ simple_matcher do |given, matcher|
+ matcher.description = "${2:verb} with #{expected.inspect}"
+ matcher.failure_message = "expected #{given.inspect} to $2 with #{expected.inspect}"
+ matcher.negative_failure_message = "expected #{given.inspect} not to $2 with #{expected.inspect}"
+ given.${3:...checks something and returns a boolean}
+ end
+ end
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+"
+" specky: syntax highlighting for rspec files.
+" $Id: specrun.vim 46 2008-08-12 16:24:10Z mahlon $
+"
+
+runtime! syntax/ruby.vim
+unlet b:current_syntax
+
+syntax keyword rspecGroupMethods describe it
+highlight link rspecGroupMethods Type
+
+syntax keyword rspecBeforeAndAfter after after_suite_parts append_after append_before before before_suite_parts prepend_after prepend_before
+highlight link rspecBeforeAndAfter Statement
+
+syntax keyword rspecMocks mock stub
+highlight link rspecMocks Constant
+
+syntax keyword rspecMockMethods and_raise and_return and_throw and_yield build_child called_max_times expected_args invoke matches
+highlight link rspecMockMethods Function
+
+syntax keyword rspecKeywords should should_not should_not_receive should_receive
+highlight link rspecKeywords Constant
+
+syntax keyword rspecMatchers be_a be_a_kind_of be_an be_an_instance_of be_close be_false be_instance_of be_kind_of be_nil be_true change eql equal exist have have_at_least have_at_most have_exactly include match matcher raise_error respond_to satisfy throw_symbol wrap_expectation
+highlight link rspecMatchers Function
+
+syntax keyword rspecMessageExpectation advise any_number_of_times at_least at_most exactly expected_messages_received generate_error ignoring_args matches_at_least_count matches_at_most_count matches_exact_count matches_name_but_not_args negative_expectation_for never once ordered similar_messages times twice verify_messages_received with
+highlight link rspecMessageExpectation Function
+
+let b:current_syntax = "rspec"

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