RubyMine 2022.2 Released
Hi all, RubyMine 2022.2 is now available! Below is a brief overview of the most notable features. For a detailed description of this update, please visit our What's New page. Support for Rails URLs With RubyMine 2022.2 you can click links in server logs for View, Route, and other references to navigate to the corresponding files. You can now also find and navigate to the urls with Search Everywhere, autocomplete HTTP requests, and use the Endpoints tool window. YARD Starting with v2022.2 RubyMine recognizes YARD macro extensions and provides general coding assistance for them. Various new
RubyMine 2022.2 EAP is Open!
Hi everyone, The Early Access Program for the upcoming version 2022.2 of RubyMine is now available. As always, you are welcome to try the new features before the official release, and we are looking forward to hearing your feedback. Here are the main highlights of the first EAP build: Debugger We’ve improved RubyMine’s debugger to make it more robust for Ruby 3 and onward. Starting with this EAP, you should be able to debug your Ruby 3 and up code without any major issues while using all the fancy features provided in the GUI, such as stepping through the code, evaluating expressions, and
RubyMine Plans to Retire Support for Rails 3 and Other Outdated Features
Dear all, As some of you already know, RubyMine 2022.1 was shipped without support for Rails 3. The reason for this decision was quite simple: Rails 3 reached End Of Life many years ago, and most of you had long since switched to the newer Rails releases. Hence, continuing to support Rails 3 in RubyMine simply didn’t seem practical given the amount of effort that would have been involved. However, we didn’t communicate this decision in a clear and timely manner, which resulted in reasonable questions from some of our users who still use Rails 3. We would like to apologize for that and assure