Personally i'm in love with textmate. 


On Mon, 10 Jan 2005 22:45:48 +0900, Thomas Counsell <tamc2 / cam.ac.uk> wrote:
> Depends on your definition of IDE.  If it is 'big' then afaik, no.
> Nothing cocoa.
> 
> Eclipse runs in java and so looks pretty close to native and the
> rubyeclipse plug-in mentioned by Otaku is handy and free, however some
> bits of eclipse do feel a bit non-mac.
> 
> If your desire is more limited to text-editor+  then TextMate (39)
> http://macromates.com/ is pretty handy, and appears to have been
> written with ruby and rails top of mind.
> 
> If your desire is even more limited, then SubEthaEdit (free for non
> commercial) is very clean - http://www.codingmonkeys.de/subethaedit/
> 
> If you want something that will allow you to develop native Mac OS X
> guis, then you can use Mac's XCode together with rubycocoa
> (http://www.fobj.com/rubycocoa/) to draw them.
> 
> As an aside, I have occasionally tinkered with the idea of writing a
> 'big' native IDE in rubycocoa.  I don't think it would be too hard
> given cocoa's handy toolbox of components.  If anyone is interested in
> collaborating on one, or feels a big need for such a thing, then let me
> know.
> 
> Tom
> 
> ----
> Tom Counsell.  http://tom.counsell.org
> 
> On 10 Jan 2005, at 00:21, Dr. Scott Steinman wrote:
> 
> > I've noticed that a couple of the cross-platform Ruby IDEs can run on
> > Mac OS X, but only at a low level (using X11), not natively (with an
> > Aqua interface).
> >
> > Are any native OS X Ruby IDEs available that are being actively
> > developed?
> >
> > Thank you.
> >
> > Dr. Scott Steinman
> > Southern College of Optometry
> >
> 
> 


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