RubyMine Enoki EAP: Enjoy Ruby 2.0 Apps Debugging

Hello everyone,

Together with the whole Ruby world we are looking forward to final Ruby 2.0 release. And we are not just tasting all the language novelties, but adopting RubyMine so you can try Ruby 2.0 with the IDE. Please download RubyMine Enoki EAP (build 124.524) and enjoy debugging features for your cutting-edge Ruby 2.0 applications:

Besides we’re polishing and fixing on the threshold of the release. So please check the release notes for more features and screenshots. Looking forward to your feedback!


Develop with pleasure!
JetBrains RubyMine Team

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5 Responses to RubyMine Enoki EAP: Enjoy Ruby 2.0 Apps Debugging

  1. greg says:

    What about Dracula theme? Any change to get it in next RM release?

  2. claudiu says:

    one question: Is possible to add autocomplete feature for jruby, not for ruby classes but for java?

    thansk

  3. Shane says:

    I’d like to second what claudiu asked about. I’m using jRuby to consume different java functionality bundled up in jars. I’ve tried using IntelliJ and rubymine plugin for getting code completion, but I had to create a java project instead of ruby project (of course I may not be doing it right). Just seemed clunky just to get code completion for java when doing jRuby coding.

    I’d love to see RubyMine support java code completion from jars that are configured on the classpath, even if it’s from a plugin.

    I see Enoki has an item on the roadmap for something similar.. any progress on it?

    • Dennis Ushakov says:

      Unfortunately, this functionality won’t be available in 5.0. However, we plan to start working on Java code insight for JRuby shortly after release, so it will be available in 5.5 around Q2-Q3

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