Category Archives: Feature

RubyMine 2.5 EAP (96.886): PowerSave mode

Hello folks, We are glad to publish new EAP version of RubyMine. The main feature of this release is a new PowerSave mode. It is not a secret that RubyMine CPU consumption is generally quite high which makes the IDE … Continue reading

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Rubymine 96.788: RCov, SCSS, more issue trackers

Hello guys, It’s been a long time since the previous EAP of RubyMine was published, and today we are ready to announce new RubyMine EAP build 96.788. The previous build had some problems with Ruby formatting, spellchecker and RSpec, and … Continue reading

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RubyMine 96.552 is here

Hello guys, today we are happy to announce RubyMine 2.5 EAP build 96.552. What’s in? Leaner CSS (LESS) support. More details are available here Magnifier mode for diagram RSpec 2 support Better Rails 3 support Mac OS UI Improvements Native Open file/directory … Continue reading

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What’s mining: Leaner CSS in RubyMine

Hello guys, Today are going to show you a brand new feature of RubyMine — LESS support. Information about this language can be found here.  LESS coding has never been so easy! What’s in? LESS syntax highlighting On-the-fly syntax checking … Continue reading

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Project-wide code analysis and quick-fixes

We had wrote earlier that we do some of our RubyMine tests using Cucumber. Recently we’ve upgraded to a more recent version of Cucumber and stumbled into an incompatibility such as ‘Examples’ should be followed by a colon. Of course … Continue reading

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RubyMine EAP 95.361 is here

Hello guys, We are happy to announce the next EAP version of RubyMine. In this build we tried to process the feedback we’ve received during RailsWayCon in Berlin and RailsConf. This build features the following changes: Move statement refactoring Rails 3 … Continue reading

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Smarter introduce variable refactoring for Ruby

Do you use RubyMine’s introduce variable refactoring? You should, actually, as well as many other refactorings RubyMine offers. RubyMine 2.5 features an improved procedure for introducing variables, fields or constants. You no longer need to select the block you want … Continue reading

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RVM Support in RubyMine 2.0.2

Many of you asked for RubyMine to support the latest RVM (Ruby Version Manager) gem and especially RVM gemset workflow. Doing this would have delayed RubyMine 2.0.2 but we still decided to add an initial support for RVM’s nice features. … Continue reading

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Improved HAML auto-indenting in RubyMine 2.0.2

When you edit the code you should only think about the code, not the way it looks. And a good IDE, such as RubyMine, should do the rest, like auto-indenting and formatting the code as you type. So, we are … Continue reading

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Lightweight project navigation with Navigation Bar

If you, like me, like the minimalistic UI, you’ve definitely hidden the toolbar and customized the RubyMine as you prefer. Here is one thing you may like as well — Navigation Bar. It is hidden by default in RubyMine. You … Continue reading

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