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+# Emacs Starter Kit
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+
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+This should provide a saner set of defaults than you get normally with
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+Emacs. It's intended for beginners, but it should provide a reasonable
  5
+working environment for anyone using Emacs.
  6
+
  7
+## Installation
  8
+
  9
+1. Install Emacs
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+** Use your package manager if you have one.
  11
+** Otherwise, Mac users should get it [from Apple](http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/unix_open_source/carbonemacspackage.html).
  12
+** Windows users can get it [from GNU](http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/emacs/windows/emacs-22.3-bin-i386.zip).
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+2. Move this directory to ~/.emacs.d
  14
+3. Launch Emacs!
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+
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+## ELPA
  17
+
  18
+Libraries from ELPA (http://tromey.com/elpa) are preferred when
  19
+available since dependencies are handled automatically, and the burden
  20
+to update them is removed from the user.
  21
+
  22
+## Contributing
  23
+
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+If you know your way around Emacs, please try out the starter kit as a
  25
+replacement for your regular dotfiles for a while. If there's anything
  26
+you just can't live without, add it or let me know so I can add it.
  27
+
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+Also: see the file TODO.
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+TODO:
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+
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+Start custom ELPA server
  4
+Add bleeding-edge package support to elpa?
  5
+
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+look up http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/emacs-en/CommandLogMode
  7
+
  8
+to add to elpa:
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+* ruby-mode (sent)
  10
+* inf-ruby
  11
+* ruby-electric
  12
+
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+* color-theme (zenburn + vivid chalk)
  14
+* htmlize
  15
+* ruby-compilation
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+
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+* cheat
  18
+* gist
  19
+* scpaste
  20
+* magit
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+* yaml (make rinari require it)
  22
+
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+* nxhtml
  24
+* rinari
  25
+* jabber (need to contact maintainers)
  26
+
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+already in elpa; install by default:
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+* idle-highlight
  29
+* js2-mode
  30
+* css (included by nxhtml?)
  31
+* ert
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+
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+maybe include:
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+* install-elisp/oddmuse?
  35
+* lisppaste
  36
+* pastie
  37
+* pcmpl-rake
  38
+* pg
  39
+
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+to write/finish:
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+* mublog
  42
+* ri
  43
+* submit ruby fixes to flymake
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+;;; -*-Emacs-Lisp-*-
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+;;;
  3
+;;;  $Id: inf-ruby.el 14912 2008-01-06 15:49:38Z akr $
  4
+;;;  $Author: akr $
  5
+;;;
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+;;; Inferior Ruby Mode - ruby process in a buffer.
  7
+;;;                      adapted from cmuscheme.el
  8
+;;;
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+;;; Usage:
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+;;;
  11
+;;; (0) check ruby-program-name variable that can run your environment.
  12
+;;;
  13
+;;; (1) modify .emacs to use ruby-mode 
  14
+;;;     for example :
  15
+;;;
  16
+;;;    (autoload 'ruby-mode "ruby-mode"
  17
+;;;      "Mode for editing ruby source files" t)
  18
+;;;    (setq auto-mode-alist
  19
+;;;          (append '(("\\.rb$" . ruby-mode)) auto-mode-alist))
  20
+;;;    (setq interpreter-mode-alist (append '(("ruby" . ruby-mode))
  21
+;;;    				     interpreter-mode-alist))
  22
+;;;    
  23
+;;; (2) set to load inf-ruby and set inf-ruby key definition in ruby-mode.
  24
+;;;
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+;;;    (autoload 'run-ruby "inf-ruby"
  26
+;;;      "Run an inferior Ruby process")
  27
+;;;    (autoload 'inf-ruby-keys "inf-ruby"
  28
+;;;      "Set local key defs for inf-ruby in ruby-mode")
  29
+;;;    (add-hook 'ruby-mode-hook
  30
+;;;          '(lambda ()
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+;;;             (inf-ruby-keys)
  32
+;;;    ))
  33
+;;;
  34
+;;; HISTORY
  35
+;;; senda -  8 Apr 1998: Created.
  36
+;;;	 $Log$
  37
+;;;	 Revision 1.7  2004/07/27 08:11:36  matz
  38
+;;;	 * eval.c (rb_eval): copy on write for argument local variable
  39
+;;;	   assignment.
  40
+;;;
  41
+;;;	 * eval.c (assign): ditto.
  42
+;;;
  43
+;;;	 * eval.c (rb_call0): update ruby_frame->argv with the default
  44
+;;;	   value used for the optional arguments.
  45
+;;;
  46
+;;;	 * object.c (Init_Object): "===" calls rb_obj_equal() directly.
  47
+;;;	   [ruby-list:39937]
  48
+;;;
  49
+;;;	 Revision 1.6  2002/09/07 14:35:46  nobu
  50
+;;;	 * misc/inf-ruby.el (inferior-ruby-error-regexp-alist): regexp
  51
+;;;	   alist for error message from ruby.
  52
+;;;	
  53
+;;;	 * misc/inf-ruby.el (inferior-ruby-mode): fixed for Emacs.
  54
+;;;	
  55
+;;;	 * misc/inf-ruby.el (ruby-send-region): compilation-parse-errors
  56
+;;;	   doesn't parse first line, so insert separators before each
  57
+;;;	   evaluations.
  58
+;;;	
  59
+;;;	 Revision 1.5  2002/08/19 10:05:47  nobu
  60
+;;;	 * misc/inf-ruby.el (inf-ruby-keys): ruby-send-definition
  61
+;;;	   conflicted with ruby-insert-end.
  62
+;;;	
  63
+;;;	 * misc/inf-ruby.el (inferior-ruby-mode): compilation-minor-mode.
  64
+;;;	
  65
+;;;	 * misc/inf-ruby.el (ruby-send-region): send as here document to
  66
+;;;	   adjust source file/line.  [ruby-talk:47113], [ruby-dev:17965]
  67
+;;;	
  68
+;;;	 * misc/inf-ruby.el (ruby-send-terminator): added to make unique
  69
+;;;	   terminator.
  70
+;;;	
  71
+;;;	 Revision 1.4  2002/01/29 07:16:09  matz
  72
+;;;	 * file.c (rb_stat_rdev_major): added. [new]
  73
+;;;	
  74
+;;;	 * file.c (rb_stat_rdev_minor): added. [new]
  75
+;;;	
  76
+;;;	 * file.c (rb_stat_inspect): print mode in octal.
  77
+;;;	
  78
+;;;	 Revision 1.3  1999/12/01 09:24:18  matz
  79
+;;;	 19991201
  80
+;;;	
  81
+;;;	 Revision 1.2  1999/08/13 05:45:18  matz
  82
+;;;	 1.4.0
  83
+;;;	
  84
+;;;	 Revision 1.1.1.1.2.1  1999/07/15 07:59:59  matz
  85
+;;;	 990715
  86
+;;;	
  87
+;;;	 Revision 1.1.1.1  1999/01/20 04:59:36  matz
  88
+;;;	 ruby 1.3 cycle
  89
+;;;	
  90
+;;;	 Revision 1.1.2.1  1998/12/16 07:30:36  matz
  91
+;;;	 first public release of 1.1d (pre1.2) series
  92
+;;;	
  93
+;;;	 Revision 1.4  1998/05/20 02:45:58  senda
  94
+;;;	 default program to irb
  95
+;;;
  96
+;;;	 Revision 1.3  1998/04/10 04:11:30  senda
  97
+;;;	 modification by Matsumoto san (1.1b9_09)
  98
+;;;	 remove-in-string defined
  99
+;;;	 global variable :
  100
+;;;	 	 inferior-ruby-first-prompt-pattern
  101
+;;;	       inferior-ruby-prompt-pattern
  102
+;;;	 defined
  103
+;;;
  104
+;;;	 Revision 1.2  1998/04/09 07:53:42  senda
  105
+;;;	 remove M-C-x in inferior-ruby-mode
  106
+;;;
  107
+;;;	 Revision 1.1  1998/04/09 07:28:36  senda
  108
+;;;	 Initial revision
  109
+;;;
  110
+;;;
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+
  112
+(require 'comint)
  113
+(require 'compile)
  114
+(require 'ruby-mode)
  115
+
  116
+;;
  117
+;; you may change these variables
  118
+;;
  119
+;(defvar ruby-program-name "rbc --noreadline"
  120
+;  "*Program invoked by the run-ruby command")
  121
+;
  122
+;(defvar inferior-ruby-first-prompt-pattern "^rbc0> *"
  123
+;  "first prompt regex pattern of ruby interpreter.")
  124
+;
  125
+;(defvar inferior-ruby-prompt-pattern "^\\(rbc.[>*\"'] *\\)+"
  126
+;  "prompt regex pattern of ruby interpreter.")
  127
+
  128
+;;;; for irb
  129
+(defvar ruby-program-name "irb --inf-ruby-mode"
  130
+  "*Program invoked by the run-ruby command")
  131
+
  132
+(defvar inferior-ruby-first-prompt-pattern "^irb(.*)[0-9:]+0> *"
  133
+  "first prompt regex pattern of ruby interpreter.")
  134
+
  135
+(defvar inferior-ruby-prompt-pattern "^\\(irb(.*)[0-9:]+[>*\"'] *\\)+"
  136
+  "prompt regex pattern of ruby interpreter.")
  137
+
  138
+;;
  139
+;; mode variables
  140
+;;
  141
+(defvar inferior-ruby-mode-hook nil
  142
+  "*Hook for customising inferior-ruby mode.")
  143
+(defvar inferior-ruby-mode-map nil
  144
+  "*Mode map for inferior-ruby-mode")
  145
+
  146
+;; TODO:
  147
+;; doesn't match this example
  148
+;; 
  149
+;; SyntaxError: /home/eschulte/united/org/work/arf/arf/lib/cluster.rb:35: syntax error, unexpected '~', expecting kEND
  150
+;;               similarity = comparison_cache[m][n] ||= clusters[m] ~ clusters[n]
  151
+;;               
  152
+(defconst inferior-ruby-error-regexp-alist
  153
+       '(("SyntaxError: compile error\n^\\([^\(].*\\):\\([1-9][0-9]*\\):" 1 2)
  154
+	 ("^\tfrom \\([^\(].*\\):\\([1-9][0-9]*\\)\\(:in `.*'\\)?$" 1 2)))
  155
+
  156
+(cond ((not inferior-ruby-mode-map)
  157
+       (setq inferior-ruby-mode-map
  158
+	     (copy-keymap comint-mode-map))
  159
+;       (define-key inferior-ruby-mode-map "\M-\C-x" ;gnu convention
  160
+;	           'ruby-send-definition)
  161
+;       (define-key inferior-ruby-mode-map "\C-x\C-e" 'ruby-send-last-sexp)
  162
+       (define-key inferior-ruby-mode-map "\C-c\C-l" 'ruby-load-file)
  163
+))
  164
+
  165
+(defun inf-ruby-keys ()
  166
+  "Set local key defs for inf-ruby in ruby-mode"
  167
+  (define-key ruby-mode-map "\M-\C-x" 'ruby-send-definition)
  168
+;  (define-key ruby-mode-map "\C-x\C-e" 'ruby-send-last-sexp)
  169
+  (define-key ruby-mode-map "\C-c\C-b" 'ruby-send-block)
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+  (define-key ruby-mode-map "\C-c\M-b" 'ruby-send-block-and-go)
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+  (define-key ruby-mode-map "\C-c\C-x" 'ruby-send-definition)
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+  (define-key ruby-mode-map "\C-c\M-x" 'ruby-send-definition-and-go)
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+  (define-key ruby-mode-map "\C-c\C-r" 'ruby-send-region)
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+  (define-key ruby-mode-map "\C-c\M-r" 'ruby-send-region-and-go)
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+  (define-key ruby-mode-map "\C-c\C-z" 'switch-to-ruby)
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+  (define-key ruby-mode-map "\C-c\C-l" 'ruby-load-file)
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+  (define-key ruby-mode-map "\C-c\C-s" 'run-ruby)
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+)
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+
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+(defvar ruby-buffer nil "current ruby (actually irb) process buffer.")
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+
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+(defun inferior-ruby-mode ()
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+  "Major mode for interacting with an inferior ruby (irb) process.
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+
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+The following commands are available:
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+\\{inferior-ruby-mode-map}
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+
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+A ruby process can be fired up with M-x run-ruby.
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+
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+Customisation: Entry to this mode runs the hooks on comint-mode-hook and
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+inferior-ruby-mode-hook (in that order).
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+
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+You can send text to the inferior ruby process from other buffers containing
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+Ruby source.
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+    switch-to-ruby switches the current buffer to the ruby process buffer.
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+    ruby-send-definition sends the current definition to the ruby process.
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+    ruby-send-region sends the current region to the ruby process.
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+
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+    ruby-send-definition-and-go, ruby-send-region-and-go,
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+        switch to the ruby process buffer after sending their text.
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+For information on running multiple processes in multiple buffers, see
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+documentation for variable ruby-buffer.
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+
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+Commands:
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+Return after the end of the process' output sends the text from the 
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+    end of process to point.
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+Return before the end of the process' output copies the sexp ending at point
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+    to the end of the process' output, and sends it.
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+Delete converts tabs to spaces as it moves back.
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+Tab indents for ruby; with argument, shifts rest
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+    of expression rigidly with the current line.
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+C-M-q does Tab on each line starting within following expression.
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+Paragraphs are separated only by blank lines.  # start comments.
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+If you accidentally suspend your process, use \\[comint-continue-subjob]
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+to continue it."
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+  (interactive)
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+  (comint-mode)
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+  ;; Customise in inferior-ruby-mode-hook
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+  ;(setq comint-prompt-regexp "^[^>\n]*>+ *")
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+  (setq comint-prompt-regexp inferior-ruby-prompt-pattern)
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+  ;;(scheme-mode-variables)
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+  (ruby-mode-variables)
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+  (setq major-mode 'inferior-ruby-mode)
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+  (setq mode-name "Inf-Ruby")
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+  (setq mode-line-process '(":%s"))
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+  (use-local-map inferior-ruby-mode-map)
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+  (setq comint-input-filter (function ruby-input-filter))
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+  (setq comint-get-old-input (function ruby-get-old-input))
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+  (make-local-variable 'compilation-error-regexp-alist)
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+  (setq compilation-error-regexp-alist inferior-ruby-error-regexp-alist)
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+  (compilation-shell-minor-mode t)
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+  (run-hooks 'inferior-ruby-mode-hook))
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+
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+(defvar inferior-ruby-filter-regexp "\\`\\s *\\S ?\\S ?\\s *\\'"
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+  "*Input matching this regexp are not saved on the history list.
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+Defaults to a regexp ignoring all inputs of 0, 1, or 2 letters.")
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+
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+(defun ruby-input-filter (str)
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+  "Don't save anything matching inferior-ruby-filter-regexp"
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+  (not (string-match inferior-ruby-filter-regexp str)))
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+
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+;; adapted from replace-in-string in XEmacs (subr.el)
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+(defun remove-in-string (str regexp)
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+  "Remove all matches in STR for REGEXP and returns the new string."
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+  (let ((rtn-str "") (start 0) match prev-start)
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+    (while (setq match (string-match regexp str start))
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+      (setq prev-start start
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+	    start (match-end 0)
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+	    rtn-str (concat rtn-str (substring str prev-start match))))
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+    (concat rtn-str (substring str start))))
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+
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+(defun ruby-get-old-input ()
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+  "Snarf the sexp ending at point"
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+  (save-excursion
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+    (let ((end (point)))
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+      (re-search-backward inferior-ruby-first-prompt-pattern)
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+      (remove-in-string (buffer-substring (point) end)
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+			inferior-ruby-prompt-pattern)
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+      )))
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+
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+(defun ruby-args-to-list (string)
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+  (let ((where (string-match "[ \t]" string)))
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+    (cond ((null where) (list string))
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+	  ((not (= where 0))
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+	   (cons (substring string 0 where)
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+		 (ruby-args-to-list (substring string (+ 1 where)
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+						 (length string)))))
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+	  (t (let ((pos (string-match "[^ \t]" string)))
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+	       (if (null pos)
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+		   nil
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+		 (ruby-args-to-list (substring string pos
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+						 (length string)))))))))
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+
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+(defun run-ruby (cmd)
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+  "Run an inferior Ruby process, input and output via buffer *ruby*.
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+If there is a process already running in `*ruby*', switch to that buffer.
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+With argument, allows you to edit the command line (default is value
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+of `ruby-program-name').  Runs the hooks `inferior-ruby-mode-hook'
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+\(after the `comint-mode-hook' is run).
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+\(Type \\[describe-mode] in the process buffer for a list of commands.)"
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+
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+  (interactive (list (if current-prefix-arg
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+			 (read-string "Run Ruby: " ruby-program-name)
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+			 ruby-program-name)))
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+  (if (not (comint-check-proc "*ruby*"))
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+      (let ((cmdlist (ruby-args-to-list cmd)))
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+	(set-buffer (apply 'make-comint "ruby" (car cmdlist)
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+			   nil (cdr cmdlist)))
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+	(inferior-ruby-mode)))
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+  (setq ruby-program-name cmd)
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+  (setq ruby-buffer "*ruby*")
  292
+  (pop-to-buffer "*ruby*"))
  293
+
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+(defconst ruby-send-terminator "--inf-ruby-%x-%d-%d-%d--"
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+  "Template for irb here document terminator.
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+Must not contain ruby meta characters.")
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+
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+(defconst ruby-eval-separator "")
  299
+
  300
+(defun ruby-send-region (start end)
  301
+  "Send the current region to the inferior Ruby process."
  302
+  (interactive "r")
  303
+  (let (term (file (buffer-file-name)) line)
  304
+    (save-excursion
  305
+      (save-restriction
  306
+	(widen)
  307
+	(goto-char start)
  308
+	(setq line (+ start (forward-line (- start)) 1))
  309
+	(goto-char start)
  310
+	(while (progn
  311
+		 (setq term (apply 'format ruby-send-terminator (random) (current-time)))
  312
+		 (re-search-forward (concat "^" (regexp-quote term) "$") end t)))))
  313
+    ;; compilation-parse-errors parses from second line.
  314
+    (save-excursion
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+      (let ((m (process-mark (ruby-proc))))
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+	(set-buffer (marker-buffer m))
  317
+	(goto-char m)
  318
+	(insert ruby-eval-separator "\n")
  319
+	(set-marker m (point))))
  320
+    (comint-send-string (ruby-proc) (format "eval <<'%s', nil, %S, %d\n" term file line))
  321
+    (comint-send-region (ruby-proc) start end)
  322
+    (comint-send-string (ruby-proc) (concat "\n" term "\n"))))
  323
+
  324
+(defun ruby-send-definition ()
  325
+  "Send the current definition to the inferior Ruby process."
  326
+  (interactive)
  327
+  (save-excursion
  328
+    (ruby-end-of-defun)
  329
+    (let ((end (point)))
  330
+      (ruby-beginning-of-defun)
  331
+      (ruby-send-region (point) end))))
  332
+
  333
+;(defun ruby-send-last-sexp ()
  334
+;  "Send the previous sexp to the inferior Ruby process."
  335
+;  (interactive)
  336
+;  (ruby-send-region (save-excursion (backward-sexp) (point)) (point)))
  337
+
  338
+(defun ruby-send-block ()
  339
+  "Send the current block to the inferior Ruby process."
  340
+  (interactive)
  341
+  (save-excursion
  342
+    (ruby-end-of-block)
  343
+    (end-of-line)
  344
+    (let ((end (point)))
  345
+      (ruby-beginning-of-block)
  346
+      (ruby-send-region (point) end))))
  347
+
  348
+(defun switch-to-ruby (eob-p)
  349
+  "Switch to the ruby process buffer.
  350
+With argument, positions cursor at end of buffer."
  351
+  (interactive "P")
  352
+  (if (get-buffer ruby-buffer)
  353
+      (pop-to-buffer ruby-buffer)
  354
+      (error "No current process buffer. See variable ruby-buffer."))
  355
+  (cond (eob-p
  356
+	 (push-mark)
  357
+	 (goto-char (point-max)))))
  358
+
  359
+(defun ruby-send-region-and-go (start end)
  360
+  "Send the current region to the inferior Ruby process.
  361
+Then switch to the process buffer."
  362
+  (interactive "r")
  363
+  (ruby-send-region start end)
  364
+  (switch-to-ruby t))
  365
+
  366
+(defun ruby-send-definition-and-go ()
  367
+  "Send the current definition to the inferior Ruby. 
  368
+Then switch to the process buffer."
  369
+  (interactive)
  370
+  (ruby-send-definition)
  371
+  (switch-to-ruby t))
  372
+
  373
+(defun ruby-send-block-and-go ()
  374
+  "Send the current block to the inferior Ruby. 
  375
+Then switch to the process buffer."
  376
+  (interactive)
  377
+  (ruby-send-block)
  378
+  (switch-to-ruby t))
  379
+
  380
+(defvar ruby-source-modes '(ruby-mode)
  381
+  "*Used to determine if a buffer contains Ruby source code.
  382
+If it's loaded into a buffer that is in one of these major modes, it's
  383
+considered a ruby source file by ruby-load-file.
  384
+Used by these commands to determine defaults.")
  385
+
  386
+(defvar ruby-prev-l/c-dir/file nil
  387
+  "Caches the last (directory . file) pair.
  388
+Caches the last pair used in the last ruby-load-file command.
  389
+Used for determining the default in the 
  390
+next one.")
  391
+
  392
+(defun ruby-load-file (file-name)
  393
+  "Load a Ruby file into the inferior Ruby process."
  394
+  (interactive (comint-get-source "Load Ruby file: " ruby-prev-l/c-dir/file
  395
+				  ruby-source-modes t)) ; T because LOAD 
  396
+                                                          ; needs an exact name
  397
+  (comint-check-source file-name) ; Check to see if buffer needs saved.
  398
+  (setq ruby-prev-l/c-dir/file (cons (file-name-directory    file-name)
  399
+				       (file-name-nondirectory file-name)))
  400
+  (comint-send-string (ruby-proc) (concat "(load \""
  401
+					    file-name
  402
+					    "\"\)\n")))
  403
+
  404
+(defun ruby-proc ()
  405
+  "Returns the current ruby process. See variable ruby-buffer."
  406
+  (let ((proc (get-buffer-process (if (eq major-mode 'inferior-ruby-mode)
  407
+				      (current-buffer)
  408
+				    ruby-buffer))))
  409
+    (or proc
  410
+	(error "No current process. See variable ruby-buffer"))))
  411
+
  412
+;;; Do the user's customisation...
  413
+
  414
+(defvar inf-ruby-load-hook nil
  415
+  "This hook is run when inf-ruby is loaded in.
  416
+This is a good place to put keybindings.")
  417
+	
  418
+(run-hooks 'inf-ruby-load-hook)
  419
+
  420
+(provide 'inf-ruby)
  421
+
  422
+;;; inf-ruby.el ends here
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+;;; pcmpl-rake.el --- functions for completing Rake tasks
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+