RE: [Rails] Re: IDE for ruby on rails

Greg,

I think the fix for that is to set the location of your Ruby installed interpreters in the preferences dialog. HTH.

Nathan

Nathan Leach wrote:

Greg,

I think the fix for that is to set the location of your Ruby installed interpreters in the preferences dialog. HTH.

You also need to setup where you rails and rake gem folders are located.

I’m pretty sure I had tried that. I use instantrails and pointed to the appropriate areas in this install area.

Would it be possible for someone to post the exact settings for these items then I’ll go and have another crack at this. e.g. will confirm which directory exactly they were after (parent versus bin etc)

Tks

I guess, I am the only guy to use a editor called Arachno Ruby IDE.

Works nicely.

Radrails was too slow, when used through network. I have used Jedit also, again slow.

I am quite satisfied with,
http://www.ruby-ide.com


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I guess, I am the only guy to use a editor called Arachno Ruby IDE.

Works nicely.

You’re not. Arachno Ruby is excellent and its debugger is extremely fast.

Patrick Bennett

I’ve always thought Arachno looked promising. My major problem with it (I’m a Linux guy):


System:
Win 2000/XP

Version:
0.7.4

Date:
5. Aug. 2006

Size:
9,5 MB

Linux

System:

Linux

Version:
0.5.6

Date:
27. Apr. 2005

Size:
14,4 MB

I just come across Komodo (http://www.activestate.com/Products/Komodo/), personal version $25 - anyone tried this? Wonder how it compares with RadRails?