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Re: [O] Source maps?

From: Davis, Peter
Subject: Re: [O] Source maps?
Date: Fri, 8 Jan 2016 09:15:42 -0500
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On 1/8/16 9:11 AM, Dave Marquardt wrote:
"Davis, Peter" <address@hidden> writes:

I'm working on a moderately complex ruby-on-rails project now, and I'd
love to be able to generate source maps. Specifically, I'd like to be
able to generate dot files (and GraphViz diagrams) showing the file
relationships: this controller goes with this view, etc.

I was thinking of writing a script to walk the project tree and
generate the dot code based on rails' file naming conventions, but
then I thought I'd like to put all this into an org-mode document, and
be able to click on the filenames to open the files.

Has anyone tried anything like this? Or found anything similar?
Would a tool like 'doxygen' help here? I think it can do some of what
you're looking for. I don't know if anyone has linked doxygen to
org-mode and then published something about it.

Thanks, Dave. Doxygen was my first thought, but I was not able to find any support for ruby/rails.


Peter Davis

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