Create ActiveRecord migration then edit in one step?

Create ActiveRecord migration then edit in one step?

I find myself doing this a lot:

script/generate migration my_new_migration 

.. then select & copy the generated filename, then paste it into vi to actually write the migration.

Is there any way to do this in one step? i.e. when the script/generate migration runs, it creates the file the automatically opens that file in an editor?

(I'm working in an SSH terminal window on linux..)

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Thanks for the suggestions. Buffering of stream data However, I actually just stumbled upon this: Pretty sweet, as it lets you did .
> :Rscript generate migration my_migration 
.. from inside VIM, and it will automatically generate the migration then load it up in the editor for you. .

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