On Jun 6, 5:37 pm, Cody S. [email protected]
Just one of the rich features available is the Commander feature. It
provides two-way access to the command prompt – meaning you can execute
script from the commander directly in the IDE vs. keeping a terminal
session open in the background. More than one commander can be opened,
btw. When using using tools in the IDE such as the wizards, the
commander show execution as though you ran the generate script from the
The RubyIDE will run on any platform Eclipse supports.
I never cared for command-line things made available in wizards. It’s
kind of like this feature in Kdevelop, which allows you to add a HTML
tag through a dialog. I mean, I don’t need a wizard for that… They
only hinder me.
And, I don’t use the generate script either, because I have to supply
–omit-migration and delete the unit tests and fixtures anyway And,
the former isn’t available in the wizard of radrails, so another
reason not to use wizards…