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I have a strange idea - not sure if it worth anything :-S.
It is something like "fuzzy/hippie autocompletion proposal":

1/ if i can determine the type of the variable than the autocompletion proposal should be strict (it
should contain only its methods)

2/ if i cannot determine the type of the variable i always display the super Object methods and than
by scanning backword and foreword propose a set of fuzzy/hippie autocompletion

makes any sense?

:alex |.::the_mindstorm::.|
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#: Rob . said :: 5/5/2005 4:35 PM :#
> Alex, I don't get an exception in this case, but I see what you mean.
> The plugin can easily determine the type of the following and provide
> the appropriate method popup list. It should be an easy fix. Are there
> any others I'm missing apart from these:
> 
> irb> {}.class
> => Hash
> 
> irb> "".class
> => String
> 
> irb> ''.class
> => String
> 
> irb> [].class
> => Array
> 
> Rob
> 
> Alexandru Popescu wrote:
>> >> > Rob . said:
>> >> > > Version 0.6 of jEdit's Ruby Editor Plugin has been released and is
>> >> > > available for download!
>> >> > >
>> >> > >    http://www.jedit.org/ruby/
>> >> >
>> To Rob:
>> "a_string_here". => produces an exception
> 
> 

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