I’m using Sublime 3 for my rails projects. There is annoying issue with it, it doesn’t work with rbenv out-of-box. If you open ruby file in Sublime 3 and try to build it with ruby build system you may face
ruby command not found issue.
To overcome this I created user build system.
Tools | Build System | New Build System.
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Here is description of values (full doc):
cmd: Array containing the command to run and its desired arguments.
file_regex: Regular expression to capture error output of cmd.
selector: Used when
Tools | Build System | Automaticis set to true. Sublime Text uses this scope selector to find the appropriate build system for the active view.
cmd string with your correct path to ruby. To make it quicker run it in console:
Save file with name like
my_ruby name will appear among build system names. Enjoy!
if you observe .fuse_hidden* files at sidebar and it annoys you you can easily hide them. Open
Settings-user file and this string: