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I want to write the main parts of my macros with an external IDE (RubyMine in my case), as all the features available there would help make the programming easier.
Is is possible to download "something" such that the IDE can automatically resolve references (
class Device < PCellDeclarationHelper,
param(:var_name, TypeDouble, 'Info Text', default: 1.5, unit: 'µm'))? The code would obviously not be functional when run in the IDE, but I could profit from the integrated functions like bringing up the documentation in the IDE, style tips, auto completion, jump to source of my own methods, etc.
I found the
/src/rbastub/ sources on Github, but no
*.rb files that the IDE would automatically recognize and resolve if placed in the same directory. Unfortunately I don't know much Ruby and C++ to know if or how that could be useful. Any leads are welcome. (I inherited a large Macro file and deciphering spaghetti code is no fun without IDE support)