RubyMine Hinoki EAP: JBuilder Views & Better Slim Support

Hello everyone,

The time flies, we’ve survived another winter and meeting the new spring. And we’re getting closer and closer to the next RubyMine release. Today we’re glad to announce the next chunk of Hinoki features. Please welcome build 135.433 of the Early Access Program.

Better Slim support

With this version the embedded code types are supported in Slim templates:
slim_embedded_types

Supporting json.jbuilder views

Syntax highlighting and Ruby code insight are now available for json.jbuilder files:
jbuilder_views_1

jbuilder_views_2

And, finally, we fixed the very annoying bug: gems installed in local BUNDLER_PATH could now be found. Please visit release notes page for more details and screenshots and download the EAP build to try it out.

Have a nice spring holidays! And we’re looking forward for your feedback as usual.

Develop with pleasure!
JetBrains RubyMine Team

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6 Responses to RubyMine Hinoki EAP: JBuilder Views & Better Slim Support

  1. Hi,

    What about multi-selection mode like in PHPStorm EAP, do you plan to add this feature in next major release?

  2. Tatiana Vasilyeva says:

    Yes, you can even try it in this EAP actually. More details are coming soon, please stay tuned.

  3. dave says:

    Bug: Rubymine doesn’t like “%table#workorders{bootstrap_datatables_attributes, :data => {:source => work_orders_url(:format => “json”)}}” in a haml file, where bootstrap_datatables_attributes is a ruby function.

    It works, but Rubymine underlines it in red.

    def bootstrap_datatables_attributes
    {:class => ‘display datatable table table-striped table-bordered’, :cellpadding => ’0′, :cellspacing =>’0′, :border => ’0′}
    end

  4. Alex says:

    What about slim 2?
    E.g. output with leading/trailing spaces =><
    https://github.com/slim-template/slim#output-

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