I will certainly do it, however a little bit later (hopefully over
weekends or early on Monday). I found vim configuration references
(including folding) on Ruby Garden Wiki and tailored it in my .vimrc
file. It works great, as it allows me to quickly see a class outline and
unfold methods individually, especially helpful when browsing other's
code.

I also came across a great C/C++ folding support for vim, also a big
help for code comprehension.

Gennady.



> -----Original Message-----
> From: list-bounce / example.com 
> [mailto:list-bounce / example.com] On Behalf Of Gary Watson
> Sent: Friday, February 03, 2006 19:36
> To: ruby-talk ML
> Subject: Re: Editor on Mac OS X
> 
> Gennady Bystritsky wrote:
> > gvim works great on Mac. It has decent support for ruby, I love 
> > class/method folding, helps a lot.
> > 
> > Gennady.
> 
> I use vim for doing all of my ruby coding, but I didn't know 
> there was explicit support for ruby method and class folding. 
>  I was wondering if you could post a quick blurb on how to 
> use this feature.  I would be very interested.
> 
>    Thanks again,
>          Gary Watson
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