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.pryrc
# === EDITOR ===
Pry.editor = 'vi'
# === PROMPT ===
Pry.prompt = [ ->(obj, nest_level, _) { "✎ " }, ->(obj, nest_level, _) { "#{' ' * nest_level} " } ]
# === COLORS ===
unless ENV['PRY_BW']
Pry.color = true
Pry.config.theme = "railscasts"
Pry.config.prompt = PryRails::RAILS_PROMPT if defined?(PryRails::RAILS_PROMPT)
Pry.config.prompt ||= Pry.prompt
end
# === HISTORY ===
Pry.config.history.should_save = true
Pry::Commands.command /^$/, "repeat last command" do
_pry_.run_command Pry.history.to_a.last
end
# == Pry-Nav - Using pry as a debugger ==
Pry.commands.alias_command 'c', 'continue' rescue nil
Pry.commands.alias_command 's', 'step' rescue nil
Pry.commands.alias_command 'n', 'next' rescue nil
Pry.commands.alias_command 'f', 'finish' rescue nil
Pry.commands.alias_command 'l', 'whereami' rescue nil
# === Listing config ===
# Better colors - by default the headings for methods are too
# similar to method name colors leading to a "soup"
# These colors are optimized for use with Solarized scheme
# for your terminal
Pry.config.ls.separator = "\n" # new lines between methods
Pry.config.ls.heading_color = :magenta
Pry.config.ls.public_method_color = :green
Pry.config.ls.protected_method_color = :yellow
Pry.config.ls.private_method_color = :bright_black
# == PLUGINS ===
# awesome_print gem: great syntax colorized printing
# look at ~/.aprc for more settings for awesome_print
begin
require 'awesome_print'
# The following line enables awesome_print for all pry output,
# and it also enables paging
Pry.config.print = proc {|output, value| Pry::Helpers::BaseHelpers.stagger_output("=> #{value.ai}", output)}
# If you want awesome_print without automatic pagination, use the line below
module AwesomePrint
Formatter.prepend(Module.new do
def awesome_self(object, type)
if type == :string && @options[:string_limit] && object.inspect.to_s.length > @options[:string_limit]
colorize(object.inspect.to_s[0..@options[:string_limit]] + "...", type)
else
super(object, type)
end
end
end)
end
AwesomePrint.defaults = {
:string_limit => 80,
:indent => 2,
:multiline => true
}
AwesomePrint.pry!
rescue LoadError => err
puts "gem install awesome_print # <-- highly recommended"
end
# === CUSTOM COMMANDS ===
default_command_set = Pry::CommandSet.new do
command "sql", "Send sql over AR." do |query|
if ENV['RAILS_ENV'] || defined?(Rails)
pp ActiveRecord::Base.connection.select_all(query)
else
pp "No rails env defined"
end
end
end
Pry.config.commands.import default_command_set
# === CONVENIENCE METHODS ===
class Array
def self.sample(n=10, &block)
block_given? ? Array.new(n,&block) : Array.new(n) {|i| i+1}
end
end
class Hash
def self.sample(n=10)
(97...97+n).map(&:chr).map(&:to_sym).zip(0...n).to_h
end
end
# === COLOR CUSTOMIZATION ===
# Everything below this line is for customizing colors, you have to use the ugly
# color codes, but such is life.
CodeRay.scan("example", :ruby).term # just to load necessary files
# Token colors pulled from: https://github.com/rubychan/coderay/blob/master/lib/coderay/encoders/terminal.rb
$LOAD_PATH << File.dirname(File.realpath(__FILE__))
# In CodeRay >= 1.1.0 token colors are defined as pre-escaped ANSI codes
if Gem::Version.new(CodeRay::VERSION) >= Gem::Version.new('1.1.0')
require "escaped_colors"
else
require "unescaped_colors"
end
module CodeRay
module Encoders
class Terminal < Encoder
# override old colors
TERM_TOKEN_COLORS.each_pair do |key, value|
TOKEN_COLORS[key] = value
end
end
end
end
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