RubyMine 3.2 update is available for download from our web site.
After we heard about Rails 3.1 changes to the project structure and all the excitement about CoffeeScript at RailsConf this year, we understood that you would not want to wait until RubyMine 4.0 is released this Fall to get these changes. Hence — RubyMine 3.2.
So, what are the major changes in this update?
- CoffeeScript — .coffee file is a fully supported file type in RubyMine now.
- YARD support and external documentation via rubydoc.info. (Read more)
- New Ruby/Rails code inspections, including ones inspired by “Rails code quality checklist” and new naming convention inspections.
- Many Cucumber related enhancements. (Read more)
- And of course fixes and performance improvements.
If you wish, check the more detailed release notes.
There’s another change you may be interested in: reduced RubyMine upgrade subscription prices. If you were waiting for a reason to update your license — there are several now.
And the last but not least, a BIG THANKS from the whole team to all who help us with their bug reports and performance snapshots! Thank you guys!
Develop with pleasure!
-The JetBrains RubyMine Team