This is a simple vim plugin which helps in refactoring ruby on rails code.
I have been using vim for quite sometime now and I was quite happy with rails.vim plus a few other plugins for Ruby and Rails based projects, until I tried out Redmine. Although, it hogs a lot of memory and is quite slow, it's features are quite impressive; especially the "refactor" features. And I like vim and wasn't ready to move to Redmine, so I decided to write this plugin which will help in refactoring Rails applications.
vnoremap <leader>riv :RenameInstanceVariable<cr> vnoremap <leader>rv :RenameLocalVariable<cr> noremap <leader>ic :IndentFile<cr> noremap <leader>mf :MoveCurrentFile<cr> noremap <leader>cf :CopyCurrentFile<cr> noremap <leader>rc :RenameController<cr> vnoremap <leader>em :ExtractMethod<cr> noremap <leader>iv :InlineVariable<cr>
Any of you having a doubt here, vnoremap corresponds to mapping in the visual mode and the rest are in normal mode. You can map these to any other keys as per your needs.
- Renaming Models
- Move code to callbacks
and quite a few others.
Feel free to fork this project and contribute any features. Also, leave a not in issues in case you have suggestions for any features, bugs etc.
Copyright © 2012 Sandeep Ravichandran. Distributed under the same terms as Vim itself. See :help license.