We need your good feedback!

What’s the purpose of the Early Access Preview (EAP)?
Actually, there are several. For you, for us, and for everyone.

You can – See what’s cooking mining
– Use the product for free
– Influence the development by providing your feedback
– Get a better tool in the end
We can – Test the product earlier, on a larger base
– Get early feedback from real-life usage
– Eventually make the tool better

So, c’mon! You have something to say, and we want to hear it!

Just choose the option one you like better.

1. Post an idea or a question on the forum

Probably the best place for sharing your thoughts and collaborate is the discussion forums. The name speaks for itself. Just register and start discussing RubyMine with the team and other EAP users.

2. Add a request in our Issue Tracker

Our issue tracker is open to the world, and you are welcome to browse it, watch issues and vote for requests you want to be addressed. Of course, you can also add your own requests.
To help us deal with requests, please provide as much info as possible. Also, check the component descriptions to understand them better.

3. Use ‘Submit Feedback’ right from the RubyMine UI

Use Help | Submit Feedback from the main menu to open the online form, which you can use to submit your feedback directly to the development team.

4. Report the IDE errors

Yes, it happens, the red blinking circle does appear in the status bar sometimes.

Whenever you notice it, please click it and send the report to us. It only takes a moment but really helps to improve the stability of the product.

Thank you for participating!
RubyMine 1.0 is less than 2 months away!
Don’t procrastinate and voice your concerns! We’re listening!

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4 Responses to We need your good feedback!

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    Beaumont Muni says:

    March 4, 2009

    Just wondering if its possible to have something similar to remote debugging for ruby/rails environment with RubyMine, granted that this is not a java container based environment to accommodate this purpose. I think that it will definitely put RubyMine on high demand. Our team has been looking for something like that for a long time.


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    Tom says:

    March 5, 2009

    Any idea if the release candidate will support Rails 2.2 or by then probably 2.3 or are you sticking with 2.1.2 max?
    Thanks, Tom

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    Eugene Toporov says:

    March 5, 2009

    Tom: RubyMine already supports Ruby on Rails 2.2. I’ll update the web site now.
    Rails 2.3 is in the works now and it will be available in 1.0 release or in one of the following minor updates.

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    Roman Chernyatchik says:

    March 5, 2009

    Beaumont: Yes, it is possible. There is an issue in our bug tracker. You can vote for it and watch it’s status.

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