RubyMine 3.2 Beta, with Rails Assets support
It comes with more fixes and improvements, in both the new features and the older ones.
One major addition is Rails 3.1 ‘Assets’ node in the Rails Project View. It is a “smart folder” that aggregates app/lib/vendor gems and user defined assets inside it.
The other important change is a number of performance regressions fixes.
Thanks everyone who helps making RubyMine better by sending us bug reports, code samples and performance snapshots. We really appreciate it and looking forward to more feedback!
Also, in this version you’ll also notice a “green notification” asking your permission to send information to JetBrains about your RubyMine usage statistics (e.g. how often extract method refactoring is used).
We just want to say that this information is VERY important for us and will help us concentrate our efforts exactly on the tools and technologies that you really use.
Analyzing your “productivity” statistics (Help | Productivity Guide) can help us discovering some useful but rarely used actions and refactorings and publish more posts and tutorials about them.
You can change this settings any time in IDE Settings | Usage Statistics section.
All the data sent to JetBrains is anonymous and does not contain any personal information.
Thanks for all the stats!
The RubyMine Team