preliminary rubycomplete documentation for review
gsinclair at gmail.com
Thu Apr 20 04:44:25 EDT 2006
On 4/20/06, Mark Guzman <segfault at hasno.info> wrote:
> : will complete symbols. If done with no preceding text it will provide
> a list of global symbols.
> 3. After '.' or '::' Methods applicable to the object being
4. After ':' or ':foo' Symbol name (beginning with 'foo')
How does that sound? Completing symbols is completely different to
completing methods, so it's confusing to read them lumped together.
Completing symbols seems like a pointless feature. When I want to
complete a symbol, Vim's normal text completion (CTRL-P in insert
mode) does the job just fine. I hate to think of the processing
involved in getting all the symbol names and narrowing it :) Not that
I've tried it, though.
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