Ride-me


#1

I know these forums are typically for questions and such, but I thought
some of you may be interested in this…

For the past couple months I’ve been working on a Windows based IDE for
Rails development in my spare time. It closely resembles Visual Studio
in many respects, so if you’re a former ASP .NET developer like me,
you’ll feel right at home.

RIDE-ME is still in the early stages of development, but I’m using it
every day to create a large Rails app, and it’s working great.

Check it out at: ProjectRideMe.com

I’m also actively seeking C# / Rails developers to participate. :slight_smile:


#2

What version of .NET is required? 1.1 or 2.0? I have 2.0 but have
problems with RIDE-ME stability. It fails a lot, no syntax highlighting
for ruby files … etc …

David

Michael L. wrote:

I know these forums are typically for questions and such, but I thought
some of you may be interested in this…

For the past couple months I’ve been working on a Windows based IDE for
Rails development in my spare time. It closely resembles Visual Studio
in many respects, so if you’re a former ASP .NET developer like me,
you’ll feel right at home.

RIDE-ME is still in the early stages of development, but I’m using it
every day to create a large Rails app, and it’s working great.

Check it out at: ProjectRideMe.com

I’m also actively seeking C# / Rails developers to participate. :slight_smile:


#3

Hey David, it was designed for version 2.0.

Can you be specific about the errors you get please?

Does the syntax highlighting work for any other type of file??

Michael L.

David M. wrote:

What version of .NET is required? 1.1 or 2.0? I have 2.0 but have
problems with RIDE-ME stability. It fails a lot, no syntax highlighting
for ruby files … etc …

David

Michael L. wrote:

I know these forums are typically for questions and such, but I thought
some of you may be interested in this…

For the past couple months I’ve been working on a Windows based IDE for
Rails development in my spare time. It closely resembles Visual Studio
in many respects, so if you’re a former ASP .NET developer like me,
you’ll feel right at home.

RIDE-ME is still in the early stages of development, but I’m using it
every day to create a large Rails app, and it’s working great.

Check it out at: ProjectRideMe.com

I’m also actively seeking C# / Rails developers to participate. :slight_smile:


#4

When I open the project and try to open any .rb file, it fails with
error that I’m missing some files in ‘resources’ folder but there is not
such subdirectory in my installation folder. Here is a list what has
been installed. Just these files, no subfolders.

David

C:\Program Files\CoyoteDrinkers\RIDE-ME\ICSharpCode.TextEditor.dll
C:\Program Files\CoyoteDrinkers\RIDE-ME\layout.rmd
C:\Program Files\CoyoteDrinkers\RIDE-ME\options.rmd
C:\Program Files\CoyoteDrinkers\RIDE-ME\rails.ico
C:\Program Files\CoyoteDrinkers\RIDE-ME\recent.rmd
C:\Program Files\CoyoteDrinkers\RIDE-ME\RideMe.exe
C:\Program Files\CoyoteDrinkers\RIDE-ME\RideMe.CommandManagement.dll
C:\Program Files\CoyoteDrinkers\RIDE-ME\RideMe.Core.dll
C:\Program Files\CoyoteDrinkers\RIDE-ME\SandDock.dll


#5

Hey again David,

I see what the issue is. On some machines, it seems the syntax
highlithing files were not being copied by the installer.

If you donwload it now, it should be golden.

http://www.projectrideme.com/downloads/RideMe.Setup.msi

Thanks for bringin this to my attention.

Michael L.

Michael L. wrote:

Hey David, it was designed for version 2.0.

Can you be specific about the errors you get please?

Does the syntax highlighting work for any other type of file??

Michael L.

David M. wrote:

What version of .NET is required? 1.1 or 2.0? I have 2.0 but have
problems with RIDE-ME stability. It fails a lot, no syntax highlighting
for ruby files … etc …

David

Michael L. wrote:

I know these forums are typically for questions and such, but I thought
some of you may be interested in this…

For the past couple months I’ve been working on a Windows based IDE for
Rails development in my spare time. It closely resembles Visual Studio
in many respects, so if you’re a former ASP .NET developer like me,
you’ll feel right at home.

RIDE-ME is still in the early stages of development, but I’m using it
every day to create a large Rails app, and it’s working great.

Check it out at: ProjectRideMe.com

I’m also actively seeking C# / Rails developers to participate. :slight_smile:


#6

David,

There should be a resources sub folder.

Can you please uninstall and download
http://www.projectrideme.com/downloads/RideMe.Setup.msi , and try again
please.

Thanks David.

Michael L.

David M. wrote:

When I open the project and try to open any .rb file, it fails with
error that I’m missing some files in ‘resources’ folder but there is not
such subdirectory in my installation folder. Here is a list what has
been installed. Just these files, no subfolders.

David

C:\Program Files\CoyoteDrinkers\RIDE-ME\ICSharpCode.TextEditor.dll
C:\Program Files\CoyoteDrinkers\RIDE-ME\layout.rmd
C:\Program Files\CoyoteDrinkers\RIDE-ME\options.rmd
C:\Program Files\CoyoteDrinkers\RIDE-ME\rails.ico
C:\Program Files\CoyoteDrinkers\RIDE-ME\recent.rmd
C:\Program Files\CoyoteDrinkers\RIDE-ME\RideMe.exe
C:\Program Files\CoyoteDrinkers\RIDE-ME\RideMe.CommandManagement.dll
C:\Program Files\CoyoteDrinkers\RIDE-ME\RideMe.Core.dll
C:\Program Files\CoyoteDrinkers\RIDE-ME\SandDock.dll