New IDE for Mac RoR

Has anyone seen http://vallettaventures.tumblr.com/ yet? It just popped
up on MacInTouch this morning, and I’ve run the demo. It looks to have
some cool features, although it’s entirely missing all the
tab-completion and macros that TextMate has completely addicted me to.

Any thoughts?

Walter

On Fri, Oct 21, 2011 at 12:08 PM, Walter Lee D.
[email protected]alidwrote:

Has anyone seen http://vallettaventures.tumblr.com/ yet? It just popped up
on MacInTouch this morning, and I’ve run the demo. It looks to have some
cool features, although it’s entirely missing all the tab-completion and
macros that TextMate has completely addicted me to.

Any thoughts?

Yeah, the functionality of function lookup (i.e. right click and ask to
look
for the definition) of methods via Ruby Mine is the one thing that makes
me
think of moving from Vim – especially about being able to drill into
the
Rails/gem source at just a click, except that RM takes about 1gb of RAM
to
run and keeps me waiting around too much. If you are going for an IDE
though, I would check out RM and get a lot of RAM, I cant see anyone
topping
that at this point…

Yeah, the functionality of function lookup (i.e. right click and ask to look for
the definition) of methods via Ruby Mine is the one thing that makes me think of
moving from Vim – especially about being able to drill into the Rails/gem

Give CTRL-P a try while in insert mode after you’ve typed the first
letter or two of the method. I don’t use it, and just tested it and it
doesn’t seem to work in HAML files, but it worked in a controller when I
typed “ski” and it found “skip_before_filter”. And it picked up all the
“has_***” methods in a model file…

Probably a way to get it to pick up all the view helpers too…

Don’t know about jumping to the source, but someone’s got a ctags setup
for it, should work.

-philip

I tried RubyMine but it was too sensitive for small issues. I am a
hardcore dev and I want a but more freedom. :slight_smile:

I use TextMate.

/OD @demirkapi

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