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In article <20020817192215.GB3299 / prism.localnet>,
Massimiliano Mirra  <list / NOSPAMchromatic-harp.com> wrote:
>On Sat, Aug 17, 2002 at 11:58:36PM +0900, bbense+comp.lang.ruby.Aug.17.02 / telemark.stanford.edu wrote:
>> >- - built in debugger
>> >- - built in unit testing which lets you jump to the failed line when a test 
>> >fails
>> >- - built in source control
>> >- - built in refactorings - even simple things like rename method and having 
>> - - I can do all this in Emacs and have a powerful editor. Is it
>>   easy and simple and out of the box? Well, for C lang
>>   programming it pretty much is. It's a bit harder for Ruby, 
>>   but it's all possible. 
>
>Same questions to you: how do you have a method's renaming propagate,

- - You need a ruby version of etags. Then it's just a simple
  matter of using tags-query-replace. The hard bit is a ruby
  version of etags. I said it was possible, not that I knew
  exactly how to do it %-)!

>and how do you have the cursor jump to the line of a failed test?
>

M-x compile and next-error. 

- - Booker C. Bense 


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