RadRails with Eclipse

Hi all,

who is using RadRails with Eclipse to create RoR applications?

jsn

I use it and know a few others who use it as well. I just cant seem to
find
a fully-functional ide that works as well. I must admit i simply revert
to
vi for many tasks. :wink:

ryan

Me!

Op 24/7/2006 schreef “Jose P.” [email protected]:

Jose P. wrote:

Hi all,

who is using RadRails with Eclipse to create RoR applications?

jsn

I use it all day everyday. For RoR developing on Windows, it’s essential
for me.

Dr Nic wrote:

Jose P. wrote:

Hi all,

who is using RadRails with Eclipse to create RoR applications?

I use RadRails standalone

Very handy once you set up your templates. We convinced the RR boys to
add template support for RHTML files at Railsconf - I think it should be
in 0.7.

Jose P. wrote:

Hi all,

who is using RadRails with Eclipse to create RoR applications?

I use RadRails standalone

I used RadRails for months until someone turned me on to jEdit (w/ the
Ruby
plugin). It has code completion, great abbreviations/key combos (like
Textmate) and a plethora of other plugins to extend the base
functionality.
RadRails is great because you can do a lot of the tasks right there in
the
IDE (generators, rake tasks) but I could never get code completion
working.

Not neccessarily the answer you were searching for, but nontheless…

ed

I use Eclipse with RadRails on my primary dev box ( Linux). and RadRail/
InstantRails on Windows. It’s nice to have consistant tool for both
platforms.
-Larry

Jose P. <[email protected]…> writes:

Hi all,

who is using RadRails with Eclipse to create RoR applications?

jsn

Hi.

The good thing about Eclipse is that you can mix and match. I’m using
some of
the RadRails stuff but also using the JSP editor for .rhtml files as I
like that
better.

I Can definitely recommend RadRails.

Cheers,
Geir.

On Mon, 24 Jul 2006 14:01:12 +0200, Jose P. wrote:

Hi all,

who is using RadRails with Eclipse to create RoR applications?

jsn

Me too!

Jay

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