Even if the world doesn’t end in a few days, the year soon will. So we’re in a hurry to share a whole bunch of new features with you. Let the next (and hopefully not the last!) RubyMine Enoki EAP (build 124.305) be a nice present for you this coming Doomsday… or Christmas, or New Year – take your pick!
Working with Remote Interpreters
Managing the development environment on virtual machines and remote hosts sometimes takes a lot of time and effort. This is why we’ve worked hard to add support for remote Ruby interpreters integration.
Please follow the configuration instructions to set up an integration and choose a remote SDK. Note we’re still working on the feature, so you will not be able to run tests, but you’re very welcome to try the new feature and let us know what you think.
TextMate Bundles Syntax Highlighting
We’re also glad to announce that you can now import TextMate bundles. Just go to
Settings – TextMate Bundles, add your favorite ones, and RubyMine will support syntax highlighting based on these.
TorqueBox and Trinidad Run/Debug Support
Those who prefer JRuby and environment based on TorqueBox or Trinidad might be glad to know that full running and debugging support is now available for these platforms.
Please see the prerequisites required: for TorqueBox, for Trinidad.
Gem Dependency Diagram
The nice family of RubyMine diagrams expands with a new member. The new diagram shows gems dependencies based on a gemfile.
… and more
For more features and screenshots please check the release notes. Looking forward to your feedback! Please note, we’re still investigating problems with upgrade and application signing on Mac OS X, so the full installation is needed if you’re on Mac.
By the way, the Mayan spirits predict that should you visit our website on the last day of the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar (December 20, 2012), much joy will be granted to you
Develop with pleasure!
JetBrains RubyMine Team