mepython wrote:

> Thanks Detlev. This is one of the best IDE I have ever used. similar to
> pyqt, ruby has qtruby and both of them rocks.

And I would like to make it even better by giving it Ruby support to the
most possible extend. Currently I am struggling to get the debugger
working, but got some new ideas.

> 
> Detlev Offenbach wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I have just uploaded the first snapshot of the eric3 3.7 development.
> It
>> includes some bug fixes and these new functionality.
>>
>> - support for Ruby files
>> - support for typed projects (type = progr. language)
>> - the beginning of a Ruby debug client (need some help here)
>> - the capability to set the environment of the debugger
>> - an extended diff for the subversion vcs with the capability to
> select
>> the revisions to be compared
>>
>> It is available via http://www.die-offenbachs.de/detlev/eric3.html.
>>
>> What is eric3
>> -------------
>> eric is an Integrated Development Environment. It is written in PyQt
>> using Python (please don't start a flame on me, develoment started
> over
>> two years ago). It includes everything one can expect from an IDE.
> See
>> above URL for more information.
>>
>> With the a.m. snapshot I started to include Ruby support. It already
>> includes an editor with syntax highlighting and an interactive Ruby
>> shell. Due to the fact, that I am a Ruby newby, I need some help with
>> the debug client. Once this is working, I will add more functions for
>> Ruby like the ones that are already in for Python.
>>
>> Please send feedback to my email address as well.
>>
>> Regards,
>> Detlev
>> --
>> Detlev Offenbach
>> detlev / die-offenbachs.de

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Detlev Offenbach
detlev / die-offenbachs.de