RubyMine 1.5 EAP (build 1364)

Posted on by Eugene Toporov

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 and Cucumber files

  1. Read full release notes
  2. Download RubyMine 1.5 EAP build 1364
  3. Let us know how it works for you.
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10 Responses to RubyMine 1.5 EAP (build 1364)

  1. Pjero says:

    August 20, 2009

    Awesome, but in sass tab still does 4 spaces instead of 2.

  2. jonald says:

    August 20, 2009

    new code-folding behavior can’t be disabled in any obvious way. i now have code that can’t be read because the fold tabs overlap each other.

    i don’t think i can use this release.

  3. Oleg Shpynov says:

    August 21, 2009

    @Pjero,
    Thanks a lot for the issue, will be fixed soon.

    @Jonald,
    Code folding cannot be disabled in RubyMine, what is desirable behavour for you?

  4. MySchizoBuddy says:

    August 21, 2009

    Is sinatra support already in or planned?

  5. MySchizoBuddy says:

    August 21, 2009

    How do i add 1.5 to intellij.

  6. jonald says:

    August 24, 2009

    @Oleg Shpynov: the +/- code folding sigils overlap each other in the gutter on the left and I’m unable to unfold SASS files at all (because ‘+’ sigils from unfolded sections overlap the ‘-‘ sigil from still-folded sections.) Other files are fine, but SASS folds always overlap each other, so you can only click the one that is on top. No amount of manipulation will solve this.

    This issue shows in every single SASS file in my application…

  7. jonald says:

    August 24, 2009

    Also, the SASS files are always folded by default when I open them. I am unable to turn that off but I would like to.

    All other file types are unfolded by default.

  8. Oleg Shpynov says:

    August 25, 2009

    @Jonald
    SASS and HAML will be expanded by default in future builds. Sorry for such inconveniences.

  9. Moahmmad Abed says:

    September 3, 2009

    I have been really enjoying Rubymine. Just wondering what do you mean by on your roadmap for 2.0 you that you’ll have LESS CSS support? I think it is really great the way it is now!

  10. Eugene Toporov says:

    September 4, 2009

    @Moahmmad: Do not worry, LESS CSS is this – http://lesscss.org

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