RubyMine 2.0.2: RVM, Bundler, ruby-debug for Windows and more

It’s been 1 year since RubyMine 1.0 release on April 28, 2009. So, we’re celebrating a birthday!

And today we’re publishing RubyMine 2.0.2, an update for our “Cutting-Edge Rails IDE“. To support this name the new version brings the following:

  • RVM gemsets support (check out this blog post about RVM)
  • Support for the latest Bundler gem, version 0.9
  • RubyMine now bundles pre-built ruby-debug gem for Windows to simplify debugging on this platform. No need to build the gem from the source code anymore!
  • Improvements in HAML editing, including smarter auto-indenting
  • and much more…

Check the complete list of changes and download RubyMine 2.0.2 from jetbrains.com.

The update is recommended to all users of RubyMine and is free for all existing customers.

Do you, maybe, wonder what’s coming next?
OK, here’s what you can expect soon: we’ve been working on Rails 3 support for some time already and shortly we’ll announce EAP of RubyMine 2.5 that includes this integration. We’ll post update on this blog. So, stay tuned!

Develop with pleasure!
JetBrains RubyMine Team

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4 Responses to RubyMine 2.0.2: RVM, Bundler, ruby-debug for Windows and more

  1. erwann says:

    “RubyMine now bundles pre-built ruby-debug gem for Windows to simplify debugging on this platform. No need to build the gem from the source code anymore!”

    Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to work with Ruby 1.9.1

    • dennis.ushakov@jetbrains.com says:

      Actually it isn’t expected to be working for 1.9, because we don’t bundle pre-built gems. And we won’t do it until 1.9 api will be stable

  2. PandaWood says:

    Is the pre-bundling the reason I get this error every time I start 2.0.2:
    “Cannot create SDK”…
    “Error running selected interpreter: Cannot run program “paththatdoesntexistandthat_I_never_setanywhere.exe” : CreateProcess error=3, the system cannot find the path specified?

    I get this on both my installations at work and home on Win7 and Vista. NB My Ruby 1.9.1 path is set “correctly” (in Settings|Ruby SDK and Gems)

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