has autocompletition, and build in doku,
module/class/def browser and so on.
then you have several plugins for jedit which are not explicit for ruby, 
but for buffertabs, project management, html validators etc.

Gregor Kopp schrieb:
> Im Using this:
> http://rubyjedit.org/
> 
> Jedit with ruby plugins
> 
> 
> Barrie Jarman schrieb:
> 
>> Im new (this week) to ruby and would like to know what IDE's people 
>> are using.
>> Ive tried Radrails which seems very buggy and poorly designed.
>>
>> I use Zend Studio for my php developement and would like something 
>> similar with autocompletion, linking to methods in other files etc...
>>
>> thanks
>>
>>
>>
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