We are glad to announce that RubyMine 8.0.2 RC (build 143.1183) is available for download.
This update is mostly focused on Rbenv gemsets support improvements. It also brings various bug fixes from the web & IntelliJ platform sides. Please take a look at the release notes and use “Check for Updates…” to download and install the update as a patch to your existing installation.
We are glad to announce that RubyMine 8.0.2 Beta (build 143.1015) is available for download.
This update brings YAML support enhancements, autocompletion in spec files and find usages problems solved, and many other bug fixes. Please take a look at the release notes and use “Check for Updates…” to download and install the update as a patch to your existing installation.
The first part of this session talks about Rbenv gemsets support, new debugging features and the most useful editor and UI enhancements. In the second part, Wes Higbee guides you through new Angular 2 and TypeScript features:
We are glad to announce that RubyMine 8.0.1 (build 143.382) is available for download.
We have fixed the problem with Rbenv SDK when using remotely and the problem with ‘except comments’ search option. This update also brings various bug fixes from the web & IntelliJ platform sides. Please take a look at the release notes and use “Check for Updates…” to download and install the update as a patch to your existing installation. Or, download RubyMine 8.0.1 from our website.
Starting in August, we’ve been publishing Early Access Program builds almost every Monday so you could try the newest RubyMine features. This Monday is special, as we’re finally ready to announce that RubyMine 8 is released!
This update is focused on improving managing gems experience with Rbenv gemsets and a better Bundler; faster and more fine-tuned debugging; more productive coding with new editor features; improved VCS and database tools integration; and an enhanced UI. It also adds support for TypeScript 1.6, Angular 2 and Flow, refines React and Node.js support for those who prefer to stay on the cutting edge of web development.
Version Control System is an essential developer tool. That’s why all our IDEs support Git, SVN, Mercurial, Perforce, and others, and we never stop working on better integration with different version control systems. This release also brings new VCS features.
We’d like to apologize for not making any EAP builds available for the last two weeks. We’ve been polishing one of the major features of the upcoming release – support of rbenv gemsets, which we wanted to make ready for the Beta. Today we’re happy to announce RubyMine 8 Beta is available to download and try!
RubyMine has supported RVM gemsets for a while, and we’ve been asked to add support for rbenv gemsets as well for quite a while. Unlike RVM, rbenv doesn’t have native gemset functionality, but thanks to rbenv-gemset plugin using gemsets with rbenv now seems to be quite common.
Performance issues are always an area of focus for us. Regardless of what main features are included in a release, the IDE needs to be faster. After we implemented the new debugging option, we measured debugger execution times and realized we had to accelerate.