Lily wrote in post #967015:
I don't know KomodoEdit. I'll take a look if Jedit prooves to not be
enought for me but for the moment, it's the best I found. What's more, a
Google quick search shows some people struggle making rvm and KomodoEdit
Work together how?
And I need RVM.
I use both RVM and KomodoEdit.
The console in the editor is rather a classic isn't it ?
Not for me.
has it in Radrails for instance.
IIRC from the last time I used Aptana, on Mac OS, that simply opens
Terminal.app, rather than an in-editor console.
In other languages, you always have
your console debug in your IDE...
I don't use an IDE for Rails. I just use a good project-aware editor.
I don't want my console debugger in my editor. If my editor is going to
integrate with my debugger, I want a visual debugger.
Basically, I want the editor to do nothing at all with the console
except give me build progress (and that's not an issue in Ruby).
It's just very convenient to be able to run a script from the editor
instead of switching windows all the time. It's not absolutely
necessary, but it's convenient.
I don't find it convenient at all. It should be in theory, but I've
never found an editor that has a shell that I like.
For RVM, I configured the .bash_profile file.
OK. Then you just need to figure out how to get jEdit's Console to load