Re: NetBeans with ruby - no more

  • From: Thomas E Enebo < >
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  • Subject: Re: NetBeans with ruby - no more
  • Date: Sat, 28 Jan 2012 08:05:41 -0600

Hello Jussi,

This article will allow you to install Ruby on Netbeans for the time
being until it shows up in the catalog:

http://blog.enebo.com/2012/01/workaround-for-ruby-support-on-netbeans.html

As an update...

After spending some time this last week the number of unit test
failures from updating stuff (jruby 1.1.4 -> 1.6.5.1, new html editor)
is done to 17 (with ~1300 passers).  The currect activity is to stop
embedding jruby as a patched set of source and directly consume it
from OSGi, which will make updating JRuby become a nearly trivial
activitiy once done.

I messed up with the release of Netbeans 1.7 and a bug has also not
helped in pushing a release to the update calendar, but things will
get ironed out.   Please try out the preview mentioned in the blog
entry and give feedbeck.

-Tom


On Sat, Jan 28, 2012 at 6:20 AM, Jussi Hirvi 
< >
 wrote:
> Damn, I just noticed Ruby is dropped from NetBeans for good. Maybe that is
> why this list is so quiet?
>
> I suppose I should migrate to some other IDE - it's relatively easy, since I
> am just learning both ruby/rails and NetBeans. Until now I have been using
> vim for development.
>
> I am on Mac. Any suggestions?
>
> - Jussi



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NetBeans with ruby - no more

Jussi Hirvi 01/28/2012

Re: NetBeans with ruby - no more

Thomas E Enebo 01/28/2012

Re: NetBeans with ruby - no more

Jussi Hirvi 01/28/2012

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