Hi it seems nice how did you store the doc for those keywords and methods ?

Matthieu

2006/11/27, Suraj N. Kurapati <skurapat@ucsc.edu>:
Bjorn Wijers wrote:
> It seems to work when I type:
>
> explo <C+B>
>
> and it becomes
>
> explode
>
> However it would be even better when I get something which also displays
> the arguments for the particular function in a tooltip or something
> similar while typing.

The RubyPlugin handles this issues quite elegantly. It has a
documentation dock applet/thing that, when open, shows you the API
docs for the word being completed.


In my case, I would type:

inspec <C+B>

and it becomes

inspect

and in the documentation dock applet/thing I see the API docs for
the Object#inspect method.


See a screenshot here:
http://saimonmoore.net/assets/2006/10/12/rubyplugin-autocomplete.png

And some description here:
http://saimonmoore.net/2006/1/24/jedit-for-ruby-rails-development

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