RubyMine is 2.0 and counting

Posted on by Eugene Toporov

We just mined RubyMine 2.0 — go and grab it!

This is an important step as with this new version RubyMine bridges the previous gaps in terms of supported frameworks and tools. The IDE now does a great job and meets the needs of most Ruby and Rails developers.

The key changes are:

  • Support for Ruby 1.9 and the latest Ruby on Rails framework
  • Advanced refactorings for Ruby code with support for Rails project specifics
  • Improved Ruby code analysis and new code duplicates detection routine
  • Rails internationalization (i18n) support with coding assistance
  • Specific assistance for creating and running Cucumber test scenarios and Shoulda tests

Compared with the previous version, RubyMine 2.0 is based on a newer IntelliJ Platform version, which brings many general improvements to the IDE, such as: improved version control systems support, particularly, Git; integrated spell checker, and many others.

So, here is the plan for you:

  1. Read what’s new in RubyMine 2.0
  2. Download RubyMine 2.0
  3. Send us your feedback for this new version.

And for us:

  1. plan the new versions
  2. Have a party!
  3. Plan the new versions

Yours truly,
The RubyMine Team

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