Text Editor for Fedora10

Hi All,

I want a Best Text Editor for the Ruby on Rails. I am using Fedora 10.
If possible editor should integrate with CVS. Also how to install that
editor.If anyone has any idea please help me out.

Thanks in Advance,

Salil G.

On Thu, Nov 05, 2009 at 10:54:26AM +0100, Salil G. wrote:

I want a Best Text Editor for the Ruby on Rails. I am using Fedora 10.

Editors are always a matter of personal choice. The vim family
(including gvim and cream) have excellent syntax support for ruby. I
exclusively use vim when writing RoR, and wouldn’t switch to anything
else.

There’s also an IDE out there named RadRails, but I have no experience
with it. Might be worth a try if you need more features than just text
editing.


“Oh, look: rocks!”
– Doctor Who, “Destiny of the Daleks”

The vim family (including gvim and cream) have excellent syntax support for >ruby. I exclusively use vim when writing RoR, and wouldn’t switch to anything
else.

Do you have any link for installation guideline and which O.S. u working
on?

Regards,

Salil G.

Sijo k g wrote:

Hi Salil G.

Get the radrails tar file for linux from this link and install it

http://sourceforge.net/projects/radrails/files/

Sijo

Thanks a Million Sijo it works. Now i am exploring how to use it.

Thanks,

Salil G.

Salil G. wrote:

Hi All,

I want a Best Text Editor for the Ruby on Rails. I am using Fedora 10.

I’m fond of KomodoEdit and jEdit.

If possible editor should integrate with CVS.

Why on earth are you using CVS? You should try Git or, failing that,
Subversion. CVS is obsolete and has virtually nothing to recommend it.

Also how to install that
editor.

Probably from your package manager or from downloads supplied on the
project website.

If anyone has any idea please help me out.

Thanks in Advance,

Salil G.

Best,

Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
[email protected]

Hi Salil G.

Get the radrails tar file for linux from this link and install it

http://sourceforge.net/projects/radrails/files/

Sijo