What’s mining: Ruby support within HAML

As you may know RubyMine provides outstanding Ruby code editing support in Erb files (RHTML). So, salute another language with Ruby code support: HAML. Familiar things like on the fly error highlighting, code completion, resolve, code folding, and much more are here to boost your productivity! And of course RubyMine is aware of HAML semantics and ruby blocks are recognized correctly according to indentations.

Here, in support of the words, we have some screenshots:

Ruby code completion:
    Ruby code folding:

This stuff will be available in RubyMine 1.5 EAP coming soon! Stay in touch!

-JetBrains RubyMine Team

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2 Responses to What’s mining: Ruby support within HAML

  1. Hi.

    I was wondering… Is there some useful key-map for OS-X? The defaults are pretty much windows-oriented (option-F4 / etc.. I also have to press fn, because I’m on a macbook)

    I’d like 2 maps:
    an xcode-map
    a textmate-map

    I know I can make them myself, but I’m lazy, and I’m probably not the only one.

  2. Oleg Shpynov says:

    Please try predefined OSX or texmate keymap bundles that can be selected in File | Settings | Keymap | Keymaps

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