Eclipse ruby plugin

How to user ruby-plugin in eclipse 3.2 to build a project?

coolgeng coolgeng wrote:

How to user ruby-plugin in eclipse 3.2 to build a project?

Hi,

What do you mean by “build a project” ?
Ruby is an interpreted language so, building means to compile all
classes and dependencies and it’s not the situation here. You write the
code and after that, simple run it.
If you mean something like creating a gem or a package, I think you may
need to try rake.

http://rake.rubyforge.org/

Best regards,

Alin

You don’t “build” it, you just run it.

You have to make a target for it, or you have to just right click on
the file and run as ruby application. It’s really just easiest to
right click (or use the Run menu) to tell it to run your current file
as a ruby app. Yes it kind of sucks.

NetBeans 6 Beta (milestone 10 or something) has much better ruby
support, but I think you’d still have to do the same thing. Problem
with NB is it tends to blue screen windows boxes with less than
perfect memory…

–Kyle

On Wednesday 05 September 2007 10:01:36 BScott wrote:

There is an Eclipse IDE called “Aptana IDE” for Ruby and they have a
plugin for Eclipse.

Plugin is called RadRails: http://aptana.com/download_rails_rdt.php

There is an Eclipse IDE called “Aptana IDE” for Ruby and they have a
plugin for Eclipse.

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