Ruby on Ubuntu 12.04 LST

Hello everybody,
I just finished with tutorials from TheNewBoston so I have some
knowledge about this language.Now I am asking which is the best IDE for
me to start working on Ruby on OS Ubuntu 12.04? NetBeans,Aptana,RedCar
etc…
I tried with NetBeans 7.2 but it doesn’t suport plugin for Ruby…

Please help…

Thank you…

Bojan,

You could try out SublimeText2 or RedCar

Thanks

Try Sublime Text 2: http://www.sublimetext.com/2

Other options are vim, emacs, or TextMate.

Many Ruby developers prefer using text editors over IDEs. I have been
using
Sublime Text 2 for over a year now, and have never felt the need to turn
to
an IDE.

Regards,
Krishna A…

I tried RubyMine and it’s great but it’s not free (there is 30 days
trail).
I tried Aptana which is Eclipse with plugin.

After that I installed ruby and rails plugin in my Eclipse because I
used
it before for Java development and now it works perfect.

I also want to mention that it’s not so important which IDE you choose,
every one can do job. It’s not matter of tool but you :slight_smile:

2012/9/14 Richard C. [email protected]

As the Ruby IDEs go, IntelliJ comes out pretty good (Redmine?) among
people
who dips their toes in the Java and Ruby worlds.

Netbeans 6.9 had great ruby support and I loved it.

For serious Ruby work I tend to use text editors like has been
suggested. I
would like to know a lot more vim, and can use it in a pinch, but for
mainline work I use sublime text 2.

I have problem when I try install SublimeText 2.0.1
I am reading tutorial, but I can’t do next from tut:

sudo mv “Sublime Text 2” /opt/Sublime_Text_2
Next add /opt/Sublime_Text_2 to your PATH in ~/.bashrc<<

and when I put these to terminal, I get error :

mv: cannot stat `Sublime Text 2’: No such file or directory<

So how can I make this dirrectory or something else…

Any help…

Am 14.09.2012 18:03, schrieb Bojan Jordanovski:

I have problem when I try install SublimeText 2.0.1
I am reading tutorial, but I can’t do next from tut:

sudo mv “Sublime Text 2” /opt/Sublime_Text_2
Next add /opt/Sublime_Text_2 to your PATH in ~/.bashrc<<

and when I put these to terminal, I get error :

mv: cannot stat `Sublime Text 2’: No such file or directory<

According to the error message, the `mv’ command does not find
the “Sublime Text 2” directory; are you sure that it exists in
your current working directory?

Try `ls’ in the same directory.

Spaces vs underscores

Hello,

On 14 Σεπ 2012, at 15:32 , Krishna A. [email protected] wrote:

Try Sublime Text 2: http://www.sublimetext.com/2

Other options are vim, emacs, or TextMate.

Does textmate build on linux? I’m positive it doesn’t. +1 for vim, it’s
has difficult learning curve but it’s worthy.

I tried with NetBeans 7.2 but it doesn’t suport plugin for Ruby…

Please help…

Thank you…


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

Panagiotis A.

Installing Sublime Text from this PPA will make things easier:
http://www.webupd8.org/2011/03/sublime-text-2-ubuntu-ppa.html

Regards,
Krishna A…

Does textmate build on linux? I’m positive it doesn’t. +1 for vim, it’s
has difficult learning curve but it’s worthy.

No. TextMate doesn’t build on Linux, though this may change eventually
given that it has now been open-sourced.

Regards,
Krishna A…

Bojan Jordanovski wrote in post #1076004:

Hello everybody,
I just finished with tutorials from TheNewBoston so I have some
knowledge about this language.Now I am asking which is the best IDE for
me to start working on Ruby on OS Ubuntu 12.04? NetBeans,Aptana,RedCar
etc…
I tried with NetBeans 7.2 but it doesn’t suport plugin for Ruby…

Please help…

Thank you…

I use NetBeans 7.1 with rails plugin at home (Ubuntu 10.04) and at work
(Windows) and I am very happy with it.

But I am waiting rails support for 7.2 since they finally added support
for tabs of open files to be positioned on sides (not just top) of
editor window.

by
TheR

Hei.

‘Geany’ is a good IDE for Ubuntu. It shows line numbers and is
compatible with ruby and other languages. Just check it.

Take care,
wizard :slight_smile:

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