RubyMine received new RC

New release candidate solves issues with popular gem RubyCop
13 July 2017   964

Smart and easy to use integrated development environment for the Ruby language and Rails web framework

According to JetBrains, popular Ruby IDE with RoR RubyMine 2017.2 RC (build 172.3317.60) is out. This release candidate features provides quick-fixes for RuboCop, and brings other minor improvements.

Since the previous major release (v2017.1) RubyMine has some issues with RubyCop. Now developers solved these bugs:

As you can see, RubyMine suggests a quick-fix for a found error, and auto-corrects all errors in the file with RuboCop. So no more jumping to the terminal to fix your code with RuboCop!


Ruby static code analyzer, based on the community Ruby style guide

Here are some other improvements in this build:

  • Code formatter aligns multiline methods arguments correctly
  • Added an opportunity to attach to locally running processes with Docker
  • Fixed debugging ruby apps in Docker containers
  • Other bug-fixes

See the release notes for the full list of improvements, and submit any issues to our bug tracker

You can have more info in release notes. As always, developers ask to submit any bugs via bug tracker

RubyMine 2017 2.2 available now

New version of popular Ruby integrated development environment available now
24 August 2017   756

JetBrains released new version of popular RubyMine IDE.

Let's see what developers added in this release.

New features:

  • Docker
    • default value for docker registry
  • JavaScript. Frameworks
    • Emmet in JSX, support non-self closing tags for host components
  • LESS
    • Support for CSS modules with LESS
  • SASS
    • Support for CSS modules with SASS

You can view all changeslist and bugfixes at release notes.

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