[Ironruby-core] Visual Ruby / Ruby in Steel — what's up?
bobby.johnson at gmail.com
Fri Jun 25 09:30:09 EDT 2010
+1 for RubyMine. I am a total JetBrains fanboy. One nice benefit of RubyMine
for me is that your license works for both windows and OSX so one nice ide
for ruby on multiple platforms.
On Fri, Jun 25, 2010 at 1:32 AM, Shay Friedman <shay.friedman at gmail.com>wrote:
> I'm using RubyMine and it works perfectly and you can also configure it to
> use the IronRuby interpreter.
> I have instructions how to do that in my book and I've found out that you
> can get it for free on Amazon (should I even say that? eh whatever) - go to
> the book's page<http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0672330784?ie=UTF8&tag=iron0c-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=0672330784>,
> click on the cover image and the "Look Inside" dialog will open. Navigate to
> page 36 and you'll find the instructions there.
> One thing to notice - RubyMine is not free, but I think it worth the money.
> Shay Friedman | Microsoft Visual C#/IronRuby MVP | Author of IronRuby
> Unleashed | Sela Technology Center
> Blog: http://IronShay.com | Twitter: http://twitter.com/ironshay
> On Fri, Jun 25, 2010 at 9:55 AM, Miguel Madero <me at miguelmadero.com>wrote:
>> Hi Rober,
>> A great option might be RubyMine. There was some discussion in their forum
>> last year about making it work for IR. Not sure how far this got, but AFAIR
>> they were going to look into it. Here's an old post from Ivan<http://flanders.co.nz/2009/05/02/using-ironruby-with-rubymine/>about how to make it work (on a prev version of RubyMine). A quick google
>> didn't show any updates, so I'm not sure what's the status of this.
>> One question, what sort of Xaml/IR integration are you looking at?
>> On Fri, Jun 25, 2010 at 9:50 AM, Eduardo Blumenfeld <lists at ruby-forum.com
>> > wrote:
>>> Roger Sperberg wrote:
>>> > I'd like to use Visual Studio to work with IronRuby projects. (As a
>>> > developer and in Ruby, I'm a relative beginner; the group I'm working
>>> > with is committed to using VS.)
>>> > Am I correct in understanding that, up until recently, the way to get
>>> > integrated most thoroughly into VS was through Ruby in Steel?
>>> > I've read the back-and-forth about Microsoft's non-commitment to a
>>> > making a Ruby equivalent of Visual Python.
>>> > As a practical matter, if I get the Text edition of Ruby in Steel will
>>> > that provide the essential features I would want to integrate XAML work
>>> > with Ruby coding?
>>> > Has anything changed on the Microsoft end that would settle whether a
>>> > Visual Ruby will appear?
>>> > Thanks,
>>> > Roger Sperberg
>>> Unfortunately several months ago ruby in steel decided to stop giving
>>> support to IronRuby, I hope they change their mind in the near future.
>>> I would like to add to the list of questions whether Ruby in Steel does
>>> have support to Visual Studio 2010 (regardless of the fact that for now
>>> they don't support ironruby).
>>> Thank you, (and sorry Roger for adding to your question another one and
>>> not being helpful for you)
>>> Eduardo Blumenfeld
>>> Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
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