While working on a Ruby project, I often find myself referring to the code of various libraries when it’s easier than looking up the documentation. For this, I used to use
code (bundle show GEM_NAME), but recently I’ve been getting this warning:
[DEPRECATED] use `bundle info $GEM_NAME` instead of `bundle show $GEM_NAME`
Okay, that’s fine, but bundle info returns a bunch of stuff that would confuse VS Code:
> bundle info devise * devise (4.7.1) Summary: Flexible authentication solution for Rails with Warden Homepage: https://github.com/plataformatec/devise Path: /Users/keita/.asdf/installs/ruby/2.7.0/lib/ruby/gems/2.7.0/gems/devise-4.7.1
bundle info $GEM_NAME --path.
code (bundle info devise --path) is kind of long to type out every time, though, so I decided to make an alias.
function bundlecode if test -e ./Gemfile code (bundle info $argv --path) else set_color -o red echo "Couldn't find `Gemfile`. Try again in a directory with a `Gemfile`." set_color normal end end
> bundlecode devise # VS Code opens!