Add gemcutter as a source:
sudo gem install gemcutter gem tumble
Then you'll be able to:
sudo gem install lookup
This has changed since the pre-1.0 versions. From 1.0 onwards you must specify an API that you wish to search.
lookup v2.3.8 ActiveRecord::Base#new(returns a single method from the Rails 2.3.8 API, since the method name is right)
lookup v3.0.0 ActiveRecord::Base#destroy(returns two methods from the Rails 3.0.0 API, since there's two methods with that name)
lookup v2.3.8 ActiveRecord::Base#destro(returns three methods, uses methods beginning with "destroy")
lookup v2.3.8 ActiveRecord::Base#d(tells you to be more specific, because it can't open 35 tabs at once)
lookup v2.3.8 ActiveRecord::Base(returns a single consant)
lookup v2.3.8 av::Base("av" maps to ActionView, so returns ActionView::Base constant)
lookup 1.8 Array#join(Returns a single method from the Ruby 1.8.7 API)
lookup 1.9 Array#join(Returns a single method from the Ruby 1.9 API)
It also takes options:
-c or --clearwill delete the database and update the api again. This can take a minute or two.
-t or --textis useful for when you don't want lookup to spam tabs into your browser willy-nilly.
- Finds the specified API and uses it to scope future calls.
- Checks if there's constants/methods with that exact name.
- Checks if there's constants/methods with names beginning with that name.
- Does a "fuzzy match" splitting the name and getting anything containing those letters in that order.
- Opens your browser if you're running a DECENT_OPERATING_SYSTEM (may add support for things other than Mac later on)