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12178Re: Hover behaviour on methods and classes - where does it come from in Macvim?

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  • Kent Sibilev
    Mar 19 4:54 PM
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      On Sat, Mar 19, 2011 at 12:35 PM, Chris Adams <mail@...> wrote:
      > Hi all,
      >
      > Is there a setting in Macvim to provide automatic rdoc lookups on
      > classes, functions and methods, and display them in tooltips?
      >
      > I was working in a file, trying out the ctags integration in Vim, and
      > somehow, when would I hover my mouse over methods or classes, it
      > triggered a lookup of the word in the relevant rdoc documentation,
      > giving some helpful context to methods.
      >
      > As you'd imagine this was very useful when looking through some new
      > code, but frustratingly, I'm not sure how I managed to turn this on,
      > so I don't know how I'd go about using it on future projects.
      >
      > I've tried googling for this, and looking through MacVim help files,
      > and a the documentation of plugins I assumed it would be linked to,
      > like the taglist plugin, but I'm having no luck - is this native to
      > MacVim, or should I be trawling elsewhere to find the docs for this?
      >

      Check :h balloon-eval. vim-ruby plugin provides rdoc integration.

      Cheers,
      Kent

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