Class namespacing

Issue #5 resolved
Amrut Jadhav created an issue

When class name is

class   Something::This::Like

, plugin generate yard documentation such as

# class Something provides  <description>
class   Something::This::Like

It should generate like this

# class Something::This::Like provides  <description>
class   Something::This::Like

Total name of name spaced class should be appear not only first class name.

Try to update your module regex like this

 r ="(?P<indent>^\s*)(?P<mod_or_class>module|class?[:a-zA-Z0-9]*)\s+(?P<name>[:A-Z][:a-zA-Z0-9]*).*?$",line_for_selection)

Comments (6)

  1. Fred Appelman repo owner

    I have made a fix but didn't go with your regular expression. The reason is that the part right after the word class ?[:a-zA-Z0-9]* seems out of place. It makes that e.g.

    classroom  Something::This::Like

    would also be recognised. Additionally it would also recognise constructions like:

    class  Something:This:Like

    would be recognised which I prefer not to. I ended up with:

    r ="(?P<indent>^\s*)(?P<mod_or_class>module|class)\s+(?P<name>[A-Z][a-zA-Z0-9]*(::[A-Z][a-zA-Z0-9]*)*).*?$",line_for_selection)
  2. Amrut Jadhav reporter

    It's actually better than mine. Good. Hey, why you do not provide other doc helpers also like for associations, mongoid fields, validations etc. Some example like

    # Associtions
    has_many :members
    # Fields
    field :name, type: "String"
    # Validations
    validate_presence_of :name 

    They are minor ones. But they actually helps a lot. It will motivate those developers who don't want to write documentations. These small tweaks will inspire them to write more expressible code. I had downloaded your repo and customized according my needs. It actually have above mentioned changes. It helps me. You should consider provide in your gem also.

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