RoRED 0.9.2.6 (free Rails IDE for Windows) released

Hi.
For whoever cares, RoRED 0.9.2.6 (a free Rails IDE for Windows) is
available for download at http://www.plasmacode.com/

What was new in v0.9.2.6 ?

Just a few things:

  • Added per-project presistent settings for start server (now with
    either WEBrick or Mongrel)
  • Added “New file…” command to easily create new files
  • Added better “Open rails project” dialog.
  • Added custom code autocompletion for .rb and .html/.rhtml files:
    Pressing SHIFT+SPACE will expand the text before the cursor into your
    custom code.
    Use “Properties/General Options” menu to customize.

Best regards,
Marcus.

I see the new file option but it seems to be disabled regardless.
Also, a very useful thing would be to allow the left pane to show “all
project” in whatever the rails apps directory is. Having to open one
project at a time is a drag.

Stuart

On 10/1/06, Marcus Ob [email protected] wrote:

  • Added “New file…” command to easily create new files
    Marcus.


Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.


Stuart Fellowes wrote:

I see the new file option but it seems to be disabled regardless.
Also, a very useful thing would be to allow the left pane to show “all
project” in whatever the rails apps directory is. Having to open one
project at a time is a drag.

Stuart

On 10/1/06, Marcus Ob [email protected] wrote:

  • Added “New file…” command to easily create new files
    Marcus.


Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.

The “New File” should enable when a file is already opened in the IDE,
f.ex a controller, so it will prompt for the new file path(proposing by
default the view path for the controller) and the new filename
(proposing by default the selected text in the controller file).
So, for example if you are editing “posts_controller.rb”, and you select
the word “search”, and you hit “New File”, then RoRED will propose to
create a new file called
“your_rails_app_path\app\viwes\posts\search.rhtml”, and of course you
can change the whole file name or path.
This default is because usually you need to create new views (at least,
i do…) else you usually use script\generate.

If “New File” does not enable even when a file is opened in the ide,
that should be a wierd bug. Does it?

Marcus.

Thanks for the update. I really like the compactness and speed. Great
for
laptop use! Keep up the good work.

I will have to agree with Stuart, though. I work with more than one
project
at a time. It is somewhat awkward to switch between them quickly.

On 10/1/06, Marcus Ob [email protected] wrote:

either WEBrick or Mongrel)
Best regards,
Marcus.


Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.


Best Regards,
-Larry
“Work, work, work…there is no satisfactory alternative.”
— E.Taft Benson

Larry K. wrote:

Thanks for the update. I really like the compactness and speed. Great
for
laptop use! Keep up the good work.

I will have to agree with Stuart, though. I work with more than one
project
at a time. It is somewhat awkward to switch between them quickly.

I also work with more than a project at a time, but you can open 2 or
more sessions of RoRED at a time and just switch between them with
ALT+TAB.
Or is there a reason why multple projects should be merged in the same
RoRED session?

Marcus.

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