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At this point, I recommend SciTE as a Ruby Program editor. Installing Ruby 1.9.1 You can access the new RubyInstaller for Windows home page. Or Get it from the project page here: Installing SciTE You can get it from the official SciTE page here: Download and unzip the "full download" file. Then, you just need to create a shortcut to the "SciTE.exe" file on your desktop. After that, if using Windows XP, you can associate the registered ".rb" file type with the SciTE editor. In the Explorer select: Tools > Folder Options > File Types And here is an example of SciTE (type the code, save the file and press F5) in action: Best IDE/Editor for Ruby on Rails? - jesse crouch’s log » Blog Archive. This article was written in 2006.

Please see the notes and comments for more up-to-date information about available IDES. All that are listed here are still viable, but there is new information below. Getting settled in with a good editor for RoR is hard.. especially if you’re new to the game. I use Windows pretty exclusively, but most of the editors I’ll talk about are cross platform. If you use Linux you might find this interesting.. if you use Mac you’re a lucky bastard and you have Textmate. I’m writing this mainly as a guide for people just getting started with RoR, so don’t freak out if you don’t see every single editor listed here, becuse I’m only going to list about three.

SciTE Great editor.. nice highlighting. RadRails Very good editor based on eclipse. jEdit The programmer’s editor. Alls well that ends well I recommend you try at least jEdit and RadRails. Edit I’ve written a tutorial on how to get TextMate like functionality in jEdit. jEdit Netbeans. Developing in Ruby on Windows. DC Auto Cleaning. 2015 Budgetting Sheet. - Fogli Google.

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