Tag Archives: Type Inference

What’s mining: understanding YARD

Hello guys, A few weeks have passed since RubyMine 3.1 release and RubyMine 3.1.1 bugfix update is almost ready. However today I want to show you some new cool feature — coming YARD support (http://yardoc.org). We’ve received a good number of … 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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