Time is of the essence when you’re coding. Recently, I wrote about a line of code to get rid of a huge stack trace in rspec-rails. This will help you stay sane while you try to troubleshoot failing tests in your rails app.
config.backtrace_exclusion_patterns << /\.rvm\/gems/
However, you don’t want to have to keep typing this out every time you start a new rails app. If you use RubyMine, you’re in luck because you can just save this to a live template. Live templates act as auto-fill shortcuts in the same way that RubyMine predicts when you’re trying to type
Creating a live template
If you want to create a live template, just highlight a line of text that you don’t ever want to have to type again, like the one above. Then go to the Tools Menu and select
Save as Live Template. It will bring up a window where you can assign that code to an
Then just hit okay and go into any file in RubyMine. Start typing your abbreviation and you should see a window popup with a suggestion. In the example above, I just type in
back and hit
TAB to let RubyMine take care of the rest.