On 10 Jun 2006, at 15:58, ReggW wrote:

>  RadRails (www.radrails.org) if you plain on doing any Rails
> programming.
>  RadRails is based on Eclipse, RDT and custom develpment.
>  (doesn't have HTML code complete, code complete from classes are hit
> and miss,
>   doesn't really allow you to add other cool Eclipse plugins :(   )

Am I missing something here? Surely you can just install RadRails as  
a plugin to a normal Eclipse install, then you can add in as many  
other plugins as you like.

Kerry