Useful plugins for RadRails

Hi Friends,
Could anybody suggest me some nice and useful plugins for RadRails! It
would
be very great if we make list of all such plugins!
1)________
2)________
3)________
4)________
5)________
6)________
7)…

Please fill above blanks and lets make a big list of it!

No reply yet!, Why?

On Tuesday 08 August 2006 18:02, Anil W. wrote:

Hi Friends,
Could anybody suggest me some nice and useful plugins for RadRails!
It would be very great if we make list of all such plugins!

Michael


Michael S.
mailto:[email protected]
http://www.schuerig.de/michael/

On 8/8/06, Anil W. [email protected] wrote:

Hi Friends,
Could anybody suggest me some nice and useful plugins for RadRails! It
would be very great if we make list of all such plugins!
1)acts_as_dropdown__
2)________annotate_models
3)________dr_nic_magic_models
4)________activeRBAC
5)________enforce_column_limits

6)________ scaffloding_extensions

Shameless plug:
http://www.muermann.org/gotofile

Max

And another “one”, actually it’s more of an IDE in itself with editors
for HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and XML.

http://www.aptana.com/

Just after paying for a non-commercial license of JSEclipse, I’m unsure
whether I like the Aptana JS editor better.

Michael


Michael S.
mailto:[email protected]
http://www.schuerig.de/michael/

On Aug 9, 2006, at 6:01 AM, Anil W. wrote:

5)________
6)________
7)…

Please fill above blanks and lets make a big list of it!

I don’t feel like Eclipse (RadRails) really needs a lot of plugins
after you already have RadRails installed.

I use viPlugin, but it’s not free and I’m a vi addict.
ShellEd is nice for shell-script syntax hilighting.
PHPeclipse is good if you want to do php scripts.

That’s all I generally have in my stack, and none of them are
particularly rails-centric.
-Mat

I’ve been using standalone RadRails mostly because I didn’t want to have
to
install the beast that is Eclipse. But I find myself continually going
back
to JEdit (w/Ruby plugin) instead. One reason is all the other JEdit
plugins
that have helpful functionality especially on the html/css side of
things.
Plus JEdit is much faster and it has nice code-completion in Ruby, and I
can
do white text on black background color scheme which I haven’t figured
out
how to do in RadRails (whithout manually configuring all the colors used
for
syntax highlighting).

On the other hand, RadRails has cool features such as switching from
Controller to View, and the Subeclipse plugin is superb (JEdit has no
plugin
for SVN, only CVS). Data view is handy too, though JEdit has a SQL query
tool too. (RadRails’ generators are also nifty too but I find that I
hardly
ever use them–it’s easy enough to use a console window if I really need
to
generate a new controller or model.) If I want to fire up my code and
hack
away for an hour, I almost always just use JEdit. If I’m in the initial
stages of structuring my app, creating new tables, models, etc., then
I’ll
use RadRails. Ideally I’d love to see a cross between both.

Anyway, I’m now starting to wonder if perhaps I shouldn’t go ahead and
install the full Eclipse and then add on RDT and RadRails as plugins, so
that I can then avail myself of other Eclipse plugins like Aptana (or
JSEclipse) and other useful tools.

Any opinions on this?

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