Works for the most part, however not on Windows. This is due to a bug in RSense, which is no longer being developed. Any bugs/issues related to rsense itself will need to be reported in that repo, and probably won't be fixed.
Please read the Known Issues before reporting any issues.
Because I wanted Ruby code completion in Atom and atom-rsense is broken and hasn't been updated since June 2014.
Make sure you have Java installed on your machine.
$ gem install rsense
If you get an error about not being able to find
rsense after opening a ruby file, you will need to set the path to the rsense binary in the plugin settings. The path is different depending on which OS/Ruby environment manager you are using. Executing
which rsense or
gem environment might help you locate it.
Just type some stuff, and autocomplete+ will automatically show you some suggestions.
Note: If you use Winows, it might take about 10 seconds after the first suggestions pop up before rsense will give you any suggestions.
.bash_profile, etc.). If you have any issues with the plugin, please try launching atom from the terminal first:
Feel free to report any other issues you encounter.
Clone the repository into your working directory:
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:ianhattendorf/autocomplete-ruby.git
$ cd autocomplete-ruby$ apm install
Link to Atom as a dev package:
$ apm link --dev
Feel free to fork it and submit a pull request for any changes you make.
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.