…e, false as well. Also truncted #<> syntax to exclude memory address to improve appearance of prompts
…tput, defaults to 2 spaces
…bols, added tests for this. Also added new CLIPPED_PRINT printer (using Pry.view_clip), perhaps useful for enormous objects)
… around nest_level in DEFAULT_PROMPT
…_color = :red.
…d through Pry.run_command Advantages of this is the _file_ and _dir_ is set properly and also if current pry instance uses SIMPLE_PROMPT then a prompt using inspect wont be used on the temporary pry instance as per #245
NAV_PROMPT shows you your current context along with all the previous contexts separated by a "/" a la shell-style; making it easier to navigate around. Also includes current index of _in_ and _out_ locals. SIMPLE_PRINT is just a simple inspect style printer (a la IRB); it doesnt use coloration or pretty printing or paging and can die for weird input. But is likely slightly faster for large output
…hod_source gem (version 0.6.5).
…note only able to play string variables now - not just arbitrary strings. Primary use is with _in_ special local
…re inserted into the input buffer (eval_string). edit --ex now auto-reloads too. Auto-reloads can be suppressed using the new `-n` option. Situation is now the following: (1) files are not reloaded by default (2) if files are reloaded (using -r) they are eval'd at toplevel (3) edit --ex is reloaded by default and is eval'd at toplevel (same as files) (4) edit -t or just `edit` is reloaded by default and is inserted into input buffer (eval_string) (5) if you need to suppress auto-reloading for edit --ex or edit -t then also pass the -n switch