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The SASS is here! Other changes include cool Ruby related features: Introduce constant refactoring Introduce field refactoring In-place rename for local variables and parameters ‘Create method from usage’ quickfix Quickfix for Ruby code style inspection Suppress inspection feature for Ruby … Continue reading
The time since the last RubyMine EAP update was not waisted and the new build 1347 adds lots of new things. Here’s the selected list of changes: Shoulda support with coding assistance and test runner UI Improved Ruby support inside … Continue reading
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
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
The original plan was to publish the EAP build on Monday. But there are some interesting things in this build that we could not wait any longer! What’s inside? Ruby Gems manager Extract Method refactoring Fixed performance regression in build … Continue reading