Hi Guys

It seems so strange to me.
It is not visible at first sight how many "end" was included :(

2011/7/19 Shota Fukumori <sorah / tubusu.net>:
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> Issue #5054 has been updated by Shota Fukumori.
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> Hi,
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> I like your proposal. I'd like to merge this.
> But this is new syntax, so if we merge this proposal, I recommend to merge at 2.0.
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> And I agree to indenting rule by Martin. This rule is more beautiful and human readable.
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> P.S.: nobu said "there is editor problem" at rubykaigi. Anyone can write a patch for ruby.vim?
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> Feature #5054: Compress a sequence of ends
> http://redmine.ruby-lang.org/issues/5054
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> Author: ANDO Yasushi ANDO
> Status: Open
> Priority: Normal
> Assignee:
> Category:
> Target version:
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> Though as matz said at rubykaigi2011 ruby is a quite good language, many people hate a long sequence of `end' like this:
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> module MyModule
>   >   > 0.times do
>   >   
>  
>  
>  
>  
> end
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> So, I'd like to propose introducing a special keyword, en(n+)d. Using this keyword, we can rewrite the above example like this:
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> module MyModule
>   >   > 0.times do
>   >   
>  
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> I know matz's already rejected a python-style block. He wrote:
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>> it works badly with
>> * tab/space mixture
>> * templates, e.g. eRuby
>> * expression with code chunk, e.g lambdas and blocks
> http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/108457
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> These bad things won't occur by introducing en(n+)d.
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> Some implementations already exists.
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> JRuby
> - https://gist.github.com/1088363
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> CRuby
> - http://www.atdot.net/sp/raw/kn9iol
> - http://d.hatena.ne.jp/ku-ma-me/20110718/p1
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> Thanks for your consideration.
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