Many of you have asked us when RubyMine 4.0 would be released. Today we’re entering the home stretch! And we glad to announce the first beta version of RubyMine 4 that is available to download.
So let me tell you about the new features:
- Inline method refactoring we told about can now be tried.
- We also have good news for those who prefer to deploy with Phusion Passenger. Now it can be chosen as a server in your run/debug configuration.
- About 2 weeks have passed since RSpec 2.8.0 release and it is already supported by RubyMine.
- SCSS and LESS users might be glad to here that IDE now provides formatting for these languages.
Please check release notes to take a look on some screenshots.
RubyMine 4 is on the threshold and these days your feedback is very appreciated! Thank you for staying with us and helping the IDE to become better.
One last thing I want to mention. RubyMine versions now have the codenames, so don’t be surprised with a name Tōhi. It is a codename for RubyMine 4 and goes from Japan where it means “fir-tree”. You also can now search our blog with tag Tōhi to find all the posts related to RubyMine 4.
Develop with pleasure!
JetBrains RubyMine Team