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  • did_you_mean/formatters/verbose_formatter.rb

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DidYouMean::VerboseFormatter

The DidYouMean::VerboseFormatter uses extra empty lines to make the suggestion stand out more in the error message.

In order to activate the verbose formatter,

@example

OBject
# => NameError: uninitialized constant OBject
#    Did you mean?  Object

require 'did_you_mean/verbose'

OBject
# => NameError: uninitialized constant OBject
#
#        Did you mean? Object
#

Public Instance Methods

message_for(corrections) click to toggle source

Returns a human readable string that contains corrections. This formatter is designed to be less verbose to not take too much screen space while being helpful enough to the user.

@example

formatter = DidYouMean::PlainFormatter.new

puts formatter.message_for(["methods", "method"])

    Did you mean? methods
                  method

# => nil
 
               # File did_you_mean/formatters/verbose_formatter.rb, line 40
def message_for(corrections)
  return "" if corrections.empty?

  output = "\n\n    Did you mean? ".dup
  output << corrections.join("\n                  ")
  output << "\n "
end