Common refactorings for Ruby code, written in Ruby. This project aims to be integrated with several...
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Common refactorings for Ruby code, written in Ruby. This project aims to be integrated with several editors (mainly TextMate), to provide simple refactorings, such as:
code = Rfactor::Code.new(CODE) newcode = code.extractmethod :name => 'commonbehavior', :start => 10, :end => 15 # newcode should contain the changed code. The content between # lines 10 and 15 are extracted to the new method called common_behavior
See the features (Cucumber) directory for more examples.
All you need is installed automatically by rubygems:
sudo gem install fabiokung-rfactor -s http://gems.github.com
But, if you need, here are the required gems individually:
gem install ParseTree gem install newgem gem install fabiokung-sexpprocessor -s http://gems.github.com gem install fabiokung-rubyparser -s http://gems.github.com gem install fabiokung-rfactor -s http://gems.github.com
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