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Subject: Re: Ruby on Rails IDE
From: Jerome Fillioux <jerome.filli...@gmail.com>
To: "Ruby on Rails: Talk" <email@example.com>
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We are using Netbeans since early 6.x versions, and are very happy
RubyMine is also an excellent choice, but you'll have to buy it.
For the Eclipse part of the question, there is two solutions :
- 3rdRails (not free)
but I was not please last time I gave them a try.
On the other hand, most of the RoR community is quite fond of Textmate
or similar code editors.
On 24 ao=FBt, 03:25, ZRiddick <tcr.t...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Really strange that I cannot find a lot of discussion on a good RoR
> IDE. Most of what I have pulled up dates to 2008. =A0Also the Eclipse
> IDE has trouble finding the JRE running on Windows 7 64 bit. Very
> surprised that Eclipse is not more concerned with having there
> platform work better with JRE since it is so dependent upon it. I
> dropped it like a hot potato for this reason. I am going to give the
> netbeans a go but I would like a lot more input on the matter from
> seasoned RoR developers. If I am missing something please let me know.
> I am really interested in switching to Ruby for developing enterprise