Hi!  

If you are already familiar with vim, you could just stick to it for Ruby.
Concerning the UML, you might be interested by https://github.com/mikaa123/umlify; it parses your Ruby code and exports a diagram.

Good luck  

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Michael Sokol


Le lundi 12 novembre 2012  17:49, Tom Ska a crit :

> Hi,
> I consider Ruby as a technology for my project. I am a Python developer,
> but I would like to try Ruby too.
>  
> I want to know, which IDE do you guys find as a good choice. It would be
> great if there are modelling tools (UML) integrated with this IDE (I
> mean code generation, maybe reverse engineering). In python, I am used
> to vim, and few linux graphvis tools to generate diagrams, but my new
> team wants more...
>  
> Second issue is BPMN. I need a BPMN platform that could be easily
> integrated with my app. Is there a good support for some BPMN platform
> in Ruby language?
>  
> Also one important info - probable I would like to use Rails as a web
> framework in my project.
>  
> Thanks,
> tom.
>  
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