Best IDE

Hi,

Can any one suggest me best open source IDE that can be used for starter
in ruby on rails.

Thank You,
Uma Mahesh Varma,
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I’m only learning Ruby (not Rails) on windows, and I use Editra (there’s
also Mac & Linux versions).
I tried many text editor and IDE and it’s the best (for me) that I found
for Ruby dev.

but if you really want a ‘big’ IDE, maybe you could also have a look at
Aptana Studio.

I think it is better to use a very easy editor, like bluefish, and
instead try to memorize or “think” in ruby. Ruby does not really need
any IDE.

When you have a large project though, it may be better to load the
workload into the IDE, but most big IDEs seem to focus on languages like
C# or Java.

I would argue that you should first try to learn Ruby the hard way, with
a simple editor, and then when the language does not confuse you much,
you can still switch to a better editor/IDE.

On Nov 7, 2011 12:11 PM, “Marc H.” [email protected] wrote:

a simple editor, and then when the language does not confuse you much,
you can still switch to a better editor/IDE.


Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.

I love VI or VIM for this same reason. It is a powerful text editor in
general… through plugins and seemingly endless customization options it
can also be a pretty jazzy ide.

Hi! Well, I’m new in the group and starting studying RoR.
I use Aptana … since my project is kinda big, is for a laboratory at
the
Sugar Factory I work… and it involves all the processes and everything
they do to make the sugar refinery.

I find Aptana nice … and I’m a newbie on RoR.

I used to work on Java and Java on Grails…

Greetings!

On Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 10:01 PM, Aaron Samuel
[email protected]wrote:

I would argue that you should first try to learn Ruby the hard way, with
a simple editor, and then when the language does not confuse you much,
you can still switch to a better editor/IDE.


Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.

I love VI or VIM for this same reason. It is a powerful text editor in
general… through plugins and seemingly endless customization options it
can also be a pretty jazzy ide.


Analista Programadora Valentina Mele
Universidad ORT Uruguay - Facultad de Ingeniera

http://uy.linkedin.com/pub/valentina-mele/9/543/317/es

Hi! My name is Yoichiro Manabe from Japan.

I think RubyMine is useful IDE.( I uses Resharper Writing .net
programs.)
I got Ruby’s Environment easy with RubyMine. So I start Ruby Language
Study smoosly.

I like RubyMine very much.

Thank you.

Yoichiro Manabe(Manabin) (-.-)y-゜゜゜
Blog : http://uky0426.wordpress.com/
e-Mail : [email protected]

Check it out:

https://github.com/altercation/vim-colors-solarized/

–Dwayne

Hello all,

No matter what you do, you can’t achieve IDE like autocomplete on Vim.
Vim offers code completion only AFTER you type in something and want to
reuse. So, Vim actually doesn’t work very well for me.

Anyone tried emacs for ruby?

Godspeed –
Junayeed Ahnaf N.
Twitter - @Nirjhor

I am using emacs for ruby and ruby on rails. It works simply perfectly.
Exists support for exuberant ctags and autocomplete.

В Срд, 09/11/2011 в 21:19 +0900, Junayeed Ahnaf N. пишет:

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