Tag Archives: inspection

What’s Mining: New Ruby Inspections for Better Code

Hello everyone, Writing a code that smells isn’t as terrible as it seems to be. But leaving an ugly code without changing it is much worse. Refactoring is one of the bases of development, and Ruby development is not an … Continue reading

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What’s mining: sweeter Cucumber in RubyMine 3.2

We’ve spent some time in this iteration to add some nice and smart features to Cucumber tests editing. Here’s what you can expect in RubyMine 3.2. And you can already try this in recent pre-release builds. Cucumber step usage search … Continue reading

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RubyMine 3.0 Release Candidate — more nice fixes

Today we made RubyMine 3.0 Release Candidate available, which means we’re really close to the release. Hooray! Go grab it! Also, we’ll show you some small but pretty useful and handy features we added recently. 1. RubyMine 3.0 features an … Continue reading

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What’s mining: unused local variable or parameter inspection

Hello everyone, RubyMine already has a bunch of inspections that help you on the fly to write correct and clean ruby code. They are Ruby code style, Unreachable code, Unresolved Ruby reference etc. Recently we’ve added one more useful inspection: … Continue reading

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