Tag Archives: Rails

What’s mining: Model Dependency Diagram revisited

We’ve always considered RubyMine’s Model Dependency Diagram a killer feature. To make it even more killing we’ve made some small but nice changes just recently. 1. System default DB fields (id, created_at, updated_at) are now hidden by default and can … Continue reading

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What’s mining: search for duplicates in Ruby

Hi all, It is always a pleasure to tell about new features! This time I’m glad to announce a brand new one that is coming in next RubyMine 1.5 EAP — “Locate duplicates”. It is another useful tool in RubyMine’s … Continue reading

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What’s mining: Rails i18n support

Hello folks, Today we are going to tell you about forthcoming Rails i18n support in RubyMine. This functionality is planned for RubyMine 1.5 release in our roadmap, and you will be able to try it in next EAP builds. Feature … Continue reading

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RubyMine 1.1 RC

RubyMine 1.1 is ready but we do not like releasing on Fridays. So, to let you try all the new stuff earlier than later, we release the Release Candidate now! What is in RubyMine 1.1: Rails 2.3 support Application templates … Continue reading

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RubyMine 1.0.5—first step further

It’s only 2 weeks since RubyMine 1.0 was released one of which we spent at RailsConf, but here is the first update to RubyMine and it is not just to patch some holes—there are also new features in this version. … Continue reading

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What’s mining: Rails console

Just yesterday a new feature became available in RubyMine: the Rails console. Now you can use the console for whatever you got used to. Open it with Run | Run Rails console…, select the environment you want to use and … Continue reading

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RubyMine EAP build 784

New Early Access build of RubyMine is available. Chances are this is the last build before the Beta release. Here is the list of changes: Improved “Analyze Stacktrace”. You can now match stacktrace from production server or other team member … Continue reading

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Dogfooding Analyzed

As you may remember we dedicated one week to use RubyMine as you would use it and work on Exception Browser application. In addition to the “dogfooding” we wanted to improve the process of tracking issues reported from RubyMine and … Continue reading

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RubyMine EAP build 715

You can download the latest RubyMine build featuring the following: Rename Refactoring for Rails View templates and Rails Action Methods (short demo) Remote gems browsing and installation using the Gem manager Improved ‘Find Usages’ performance Show partial declaration other improvements … Continue reading

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What’s mining: Install gems from RubyMine

We’ve added a basic Ruby gem manager functionality in the latest EAP build. It allows you to browse local gems inside a selected Ruby SDK and choose the ones you need in the project including the dependent ones. For Rails … Continue reading

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