RubyMine Hinoki Goes Beta!
Hello everyone, We're just a couple of steps away from the final Hinoki release now. And today we've made one step closer. We're glad to announce RubyMine Hinoki Beta is available for you to download and try! With the features that you have probably tried during the Early Access Program, such as: Multiple cursors and selection Spring and json.jbuilder views for better Rails 4 & 4.1 support Slim support enhancements with Slim 2.0 and embedded code types backed Bundled Vagrant plugin AngularJS framework REST Client cookies This Beta brings the following: More filte
RubyMine 4.0 EAP: More Strength for HAML and CoffeeScript
Hello everyone, The next RubyMine 4.0 EAP (112.219) is already here. We have some novelties I want to tell about. HAML First of all there are good news for those who prefer HAML to RHTML. From today you can take an advantage of full HTML code insight support in HAML files. Auto-completion is available not only for tag names, but for tag attributes and CSS/SCSS/LESS class names as well: Special HAML view on Structure panel helps not to get lost in a file: CoffeeScript We hope CoffeeScript users will also be pleased with a new feature that allows launching .coffee files via
RubyMine 2.0.2: RVM, Bundler, ruby-debug for Windows and more
It's been 1 year since RubyMine 1.0 release on April 28, 2009. So, we're celebrating a birthday! And today we're publishing RubyMine 2.0.2, an update for our "Cutting-Edge Rails IDE". To support this name the new version brings the following: RVM gemsets support (check out this blog post about RVM) Support for the latest Bundler gem, version 0.9 RubyMine now bundles pre-built ruby-debug gem for Windows to simplify debugging on this platform. No need to build the gem from the source code anymore! Improvements in HAML editing, including smarter auto-indenting and much more… Check the com
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 constantly improving our already-the-best Rails IDE. This time we've made some enhancements in HAML auto-indentation. For HAML's indent-based markup this is especially important. Below are some examples how it works now ('before' image on the left and 'after'—on the right, with the caret shown). In HAML tags: In HAML comments: In Ruby code inside HAML: Isn't it nice? Le
What’s mining: Ruby support within HAML
As you may know RubyMine provides outstanding Ruby code editing support in Erb files (RHTML). So, salute another language with Ruby code support: HAML. Familiar things like on the fly error highlighting, code completion, resolve, code folding, and much more are here to boost your productivity! And of course RubyMine is aware of HAML semantics and ruby blocks are recognized correctly according to indentations. Here, in support of the words, we have some screenshots: Ruby code completion: Ruby code folding: This stuff will be available in RubyMine 1.5 EAP coming soon!
RubyMine 1.1 RC
RubyMine 1.1 is ready but we do not like releasing on Fridays. So, to let you try all the new stuff earlier than later, we release the Release Candidate now! What is in RubyMine 1.1: Rails 2.3 support Application templates support on project creation Localized views support Improved code insight and rails-specific completion HAML syntax highlighting Cucumber BDD framework support (thanks to Aslak Hellesoy for helping from Cucumber side!) Note: you need the latest Cucumber 0.3.7 gem .feature files syntax highlighting GUI Test Runner for Cucumber Cucumber Run Configurations Re
What’s mining: HAML support
We are glad to announce that RubyMine 1.1 adds HAML syntax highlighting. As usual you can change color scheme for HAML in Settings | Editor | Colors & Fonts | HAML if you don't like the defaults. It is only a first step in HAML/SASS support. So what's coming next? Ruby code highlighting in HAML/SASS as in Erb. Code folding Code formatting Code inspections and more... So, stay tuned and Hello HAML! -JetBrains RubyMine Team