Tag Archives: Ruby

What’s mining: Ruby 1.9 support

Hello folks, we are glad to announce that current development builds of RubyMine 1.5 support Ruby 1.9! Of course you can use Ruby 1.9 as interpreter in RubyMine 1.1 and earlier versions but now RubyMine offers you brand new quality … Continue reading

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What’s mining: IRB console, IDE Voice control, and more

These are the hot times here in JetBrains office — lots of new stuff appears daily. Here is some of the most recent stuff: 1. We wrote about the Rails console recently and it is already available in the latest … Continue reading

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What’s mining: surround selected text

One small but handy thing that you’ve been asking for is the ability to quickly surround the selected text with quotes, single quotes, parentheses, etc. with a single key. We just did it for quotes! And will also add parentheses … 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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What’s mining: Ruby Gems Manager

We’ve heard people complaining about RubyMine indexing all the gems available in the Ruby SDK upon project opening. Yes, it does take time if you have loads of gems installed. Of course we’re not going to ignore the people’s voice … Continue reading

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More Types Intelligence in RubyMine

In the previous article covering type inference we’ve reviewed the following cases: Type Inference for local variables Detecting for index variable type Understanding true, false and nil But there’s more, much more… Let’s see more intelligence RubyMine shows when editing … Continue reading

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Type Inference in RubyMine

What is the one thing that some of us like and others dislike about dynamic languages such as Ruby? It is dynamic types of course! It is a blessing and a curse. And for an IDE that claims being a … Continue reading

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