RubyMine 3.1: Faster Code Completion, New Refactoring, SQL Console and more

Posted on by Eugene Toporov

RubyMine 3.1 is available for download.

This update brings a lot of fixes to the IDE functionality, stability and performance, but also adds several new features. In RubyMine we introduce something new and long-awaited with every new release. So, make sure to check these new functions:

  • Autopopup code completion — code completion suggestions appear instantly as you type.
  • Introduce Parameter refactoring added for Ruby.
  • SQL console — RubyMine auto-detects the database your Rails project uses and offers an SQL console.
  • Command line application (‘mine’) — opens files and projects in RubyMine from command line.
  • Added ability to build Rails app into a .WAR file.
  • Structure view now works for Shoudla tests and for Test::Unit “test” closures.
  • JavaScript debugger is more Rails-aware now. It can start along with the Rails application.
  • GitHub integration — open projects in IDE right from a remote repository, or share your project as a new GitHub repository right from the IDE (screencast).
  • Floating editor windows — tweak your workspace by undocking and dragging the editor tabs (screencast).

See the full list of fixes from RubyMine bug-tracker.

Try RubyMine now or download and update your current version.

We’ve also updated the Ruby plugin for IntelliJ IDEA, it is now compatible with the latest IntelliJ IDEA 10.0.2.

Last call: RubyMine mega-special-offer ends today! You still have several hours to get your nearly free license. 🙂

Develop with pleasure!
The RubyMine Team

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