As a Microsoft ISV (boo hiss!) I use Visual Studio 2005 constantly.
I'm new to Ruby, but I'm evaluating Ruby in Steel. So far I like it.

I will probably use NetBeans for my Ruby development since I already
use it for Java on Linux and Solaris.

-Robert

On 8/15/07, Bill Plummer <bplummer / zapeng.com> wrote:
> Just to my 2 cents but I would like to hear from anyone that is using
> "Ruby In Steel" from http://www.sapphiresteel.com/
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> For anyone that may not be familiar, it uses Visual Studio 2005 from the
> "great Satan of the northwest" as I heard MS called at the Ruby Hoedown
> this last weekend:-)  You must have VS 2005, and then purchase Ruby In Steel
> as an add in to VS.
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> I have used VS in many versions for more than 10 years and think it's a great
> IDE.  However the cost is high and before I spend the time and money for Ruby In
> Steel it would be great to hear from someone that uses it on a regular basis.
>
> Thanks,
> Bill
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