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RUBY *ft-ruby-omni*
Completion of Ruby code requires that Vim be built with |+ruby|.
Ruby completion will parse your buffer on demand in order to provide a list of
completions. These completions will be drawn from modules loaded by "require"
and modules defined in the current buffer.
The completions provided by CTRL-X CTRL-O are sensitive to the context:
1. Not inside a class definition Classes, constants and globals
2. Inside a class definition Methods or constants defined in the class
3. After '.', '::' or ':' Methods applicable to the object being
4. After ':' or ':foo' Symbol name (beginning with "foo")
- Vim will load/evaluate code in order to provide completions. This may
cause some code execution, which may be a concern. This is no longer
enabled by default, to enable this feature add >
let g:rubycomplete_buffer_loading = 1
<- In context 1 above, Vim can parse the entire buffer to add a list of
classes to the completion results. This feature is turned off by default,
to enable it add >
let g:rubycomplete_classes_in_global = 1
< to your vimrc
- In context 2 above, anonymous classes are not supported.
- In context 3 above, Vim will attempt to determine the methods supported by
the object.
- Vim can detect and load the Rails environment for files within a rails
project. The feature is disabled by default, to enable it add >
let g:rubycomplete_rails = 1
< to your vimrc
- Vim can parse a Gemfile, in case gems are being implicitly required. To
activate the feature: >
let g:rubycomplete_load_gemfile = 1
< To specify an alternative path, use: >
let g:rubycomplete_gemfile_path = 'Gemfile.aux'
< To use Bundler.require instead of parsing the Gemfile, set: >
let g:rubycomplete_use_bundler = 1