RubyMine 2017.3 Beta2 is available
RubyMine 2017.3 Beta (build 173.3622.24) is now out and updated to polish the upcoming official release of v2017.3.
In this beta build we have fixed wrong indentation that previously occurred in blocks, RSpec, and `private def_method` when using the code formatter (Code | Format code).
By the way, don’t forget that you can always configure your code style preferences (Preferences | Editor | Code style | Ruby) and then reformat code using ⌥⌘L | Ctrl+Alt+L:
- Fixed the inability to run RSpec in v2017.2.4
- Fixed code insight for integers in Ruby 2.4
- Fixed RuboCop issues
- And more bug-fixes
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