Which editor

Ok, so I’m new to Ruby and wxRuby. I come from a Basic background
(RealBasic).

Can somebody suggest a decent IDE that is used for wxRuby. Something
where I can paste in code examples and then run them immediately. (I’m a
Windows Vista user)

Any suggestions welcome.

Can somebody suggest a decent IDE that is used for wxRuby. Something
where I can paste in code examples and then run them immediately. (I’m a
Windows Vista user)

http://raa.ruby-lang.org/cat.rhtml?category_major=Application;category_minor=IDE
http://rubyjedit.org/

The netbeans ide is a good one.

I am personally using Komodo edit at the moment:
http://www.activestate.com/Products/komodo_edit/

and DialogBlocks for xrc editing:
http://www.anthemion.co.uk/dialogblocks/

Bela Babik wrote:

Can somebody suggest a decent IDE that is used for wxRuby. Something
where I can paste in code examples and then run them immediately. (I’m a
Windows Vista user)

http://raa.ruby-lang.org/cat.rhtml?category_major=Application;category_minor=IDE
http://rubyjedit.org/

The netbeans ide is a good one.

I am personally using Komodo edit at the moment:
http://www.activestate.com/Products/komodo_edit/

and DialogBlocks for xrc editing:
http://www.anthemion.co.uk/dialogblocks/

Again, thank you.

Steve.

I don’t really like IDE’s so I can not help you there. I use TextMate
on my Mac and it is great, if you have the time you can make it like
an IDE if you want.

I know you said you are on Windows so I thought you might want to
check this out:
http://e-texteditor.com/blog/2006/textmate_on_windows

It is and editor trying to capture the “spirit” of TextMate but on
windows. It is also written in wxWidgets (nice touch). I have not
tried it.

As Bela pointed out DialogBlocks is great for xrc editing, I use it
for all my programs.

Sean

Hello All,

I was hoping to hold back on this a bit, as I’m working it over, wanting
to get something workable first out, but I also have started an Editor.
But instead of doing just a regular Editor, I’m working on a Full blown
Interactive Development Enviroment (IDE). You can find pictures of it
at http://www.trilake.net/wxRIDE/images/.

Currently, I have it working with reading, saving, and even catching
itself when it encounters an error itself, and writes information about
it to a file, so you can send it to me. It’s quite interesting.
Hopefully I will have something available soon for the public to test
out, but there’s a lot of work to do. What is incorperated so far, is
Reading and Saving files (duh), Catching itself on errors, Being able to
toggle the Project Tree and Output Windows, fully workable capturing of
output from a program as shown in SS2.png, somewhat buggy
auto-indentation, which I’m currently working on to get the bugs out of
it. And a few other things.

L8ers,
Mario S.

Hey all again,

Slight modification to my previous post, you can find it at
http://www.trilake.net/wxRIDE/ Screenshots are on the page itself.
Enjoy!

Mario S.

What happened with these editors?

Is there any that I can use for control messeges, so that I could draw
controls? Not just some Python version,with some convertors etc…

Mario S. wrote:

Hey all again,

Slight modification to my previous post, you can find it at
http://www.trilake.net/wxRIDE/ Screenshots are on the page itself.
Enjoy!

Mario S.

Hi.
My name is Christopher Bludau.
I started to develop a Ruby editor with WxRuby 2 days ago.

You can see some first screenshots here:
http://img368.imageshack.us/img368/3835/wxrubyedja9.jpg

It’s about 70% finished.
Normally I use Scite, but I wanted to be able to splitt the Editor pane
so I can see more than one file at the same time, and I wanted a project
explorer.
You can move files around in the tree, create new classes or directorys
or delete/rename files/dirs. And of course open the files from the tree
in the editor. :slight_smile:
And it has highlighting. At the moment my favorite style. I have to add
the possibility to make this user definable.

Besides that it is still a lightweight texteditor and not a heavy ide.
I already like to work with it.

I will make it available to the public as soon as I have

  • a name (currently WxRubyEd or WxRubyEditor showing that it is done
    with WxRuby and for Ruby - is this ok for the WxRuby team??)
  • a license. I thought about the MIT license. Any suggestions welcome.

Please have a look at the screenshots and tell me what you think.

Thanks.
Have a nice day, Christopher

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Datum: Fri, 5 Oct 2007 16:46:39 -0700
Von: “Sean L.” [email protected]
An: [email protected]
Betreff: Re: [wxruby-users] Which editor

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