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vim-rubyformat : Automatically reformats/beautifies ruby source code

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Benjamin Radovsky
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vim-rubyformat is a simple vim plugin, that automatically reformats/beautifies ruby code, either when a ruby file is saved or when ff is pressed whilst in normal mode.

Step 1. In any .rb (ruby) file, when save is called, the RubyFormat() function should automatically be called. It's as simple as that.
Step 2 (Optional). Press ff in normal mode to call the RubyFormat() function.

For other keybindings, simply bind `:call RubyFormat()` to your chosen keybinding in your vimrc file. Example: `nnoremap fm :call RubyFormat()<CR>`

`let g:remove_extra_lines = 2` is the current default, which deletes any extra blank lines more than 2 in a row. Place in vimrc to change the value.

To disable autoformatting on file save, place `let g:rubyformat_on_save = 0` in your vimrc file.
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package script version date Vim version user release notes
vim-rubyformat-0.4.0.tar.gz 0.4.0 2016-01-14 7.0 Benjamin Radovsky Fixed small regular expression bug causing `=` sign to be pushed over with the symbol `||=`.
vim-rubyformat-0.3.3.tar.gz 0.3.3 2016-01-01 7.0 Benjamin Radovsky Rebuilt some regular expression statements to fix auto formatting spacing issues, mainly inside of quotes such as ", ' and now even working  with ` too.
vim-rubyformat-0.2.2.tar.gz 0.2.2 2015-12-19 7.0 Benjamin Radovsky Fixed a regular expression bug.
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