RubyMine 2022.1.1 Is Available
RubyMine 2022.1.1, the first bug-fix update for the current major version, is now available.
With this update we fixed the issues that were caused when Rails 3 support was discontinued. Please read our statement on the retirement of Rails 3 and other outdated features.
You’ll find the following improvements in this update:
- The debugger now supports Ruby 3: RUBY-27310.
- Support for injected JSON in .liquid files is available: RUBY-27525, RUBY-28058.
- We fixed an issue with generating arguments for Rails servers: RUBY-29617.
- We fixed a number of RBS issues: RUBY-29524, RUBY-28262, RUBY-28140.
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