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ArachnoRuby works fine as a Ruby "IDE". There isn't really an IDE for Rails
per se, but how hard can it be to edit code in ArachnoRuby (or SciTE, or
UltraEdit or even Notepad), keep 2 DOS windows open (one to do "scaffold
generate ...", and the other to start and stop webbrick), and a web browser
window to hit the web pages? At least for development, there is generally
not much need to restart webbrick.



On 9/29/05, bonefry <bellarchitects / gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> there are 2 important things missing from Ruby right now: a fast VM and
> a good IDE. Until you have those you really cannot do "Enterprise
> Scale" applications.
> But maybe in the future.
>
>
>

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