I have used Komodo since V2.3 or something (for perl/php back then) and
have been using it now for about 2 months for rails development.
I was also bothered by the issues you described below, but to be honest
I think these are the only shortcomings I found (besides some weird
(bug?) behaviour with key-sequences from copied snippets, find dialog
always going fullscreen… and the price ofcourse, but my employer paid
I would also like to see (beside fixes to the below issues) some kind of
automatic jumping between controller/view though.
I set up my komodo ‘toolbox’ (besides a bunch of snippets) with
shortcuts to view my controllers/models directory, do a diff (using
kdiff) with my latest ‘clean’ version (to get side-by-side diff), to
open much used files (like .css), top start the rails console or irb,…
With function keys I can switch between my different desktops, that have
a firefox, tora, komodo ofcourse, webrick output and a tail of the
I’m running it on linux (that is, at work I’m using cygwin/x on wxp to
connect to a linux machine, at home I’m running it ‘directly’ on
linux… both under kde) and have not experienced a slow interface in
my 2 cents…
-----Original Message----- From: firstname.lastname@example.org
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Jake P.
Sent: donderdag 18 mei 2006 2:15
Subject: [Rails] Re: IDE recommendations?
Is there anyone here using Komodo Professional for Rails work?
because I can’t stand it. I tried it for a week’s work and the
setback for me is the slow interface. The interface is very
The built-in subversion client is a joke, and you can’t even do
diffs. Adding/removing files to the project is also quite a
chore, as the
application doesn’t detect new files in the file system. You
manually add each one through File | Add File. Another thing
despite the massive amount of bugs in their online tracking
Activestate only managed to release a 0.0.1 revision in eight
"Brian Chamberlain" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
Have you checked out Komodo? (http://www.activestate.com/)
It’s pretty nice…not sure about auto complete though…