Ruby In Steel 2.0 Announced
SapphireSteel Software today announced the first details of the next version of its professional Ruby integrated development environment, Ruby In Steel.
Ruby In Steel 2.0 will support development of Ruby 1.9.2 applications and Rails 3. Core features include:
Integration into Visual Studio 2010
Support for Ruby 1.8.6, 1.8.7, 1.9.2 and JRuby
IntelliSense for all supported versions of Ruby
Support for Rails 3
Fast debugging for all supported versions of Ruby and Rails
Enhanced project properties and Build support
License includes Ruby In Steel 1.0 with support for VS2005/VS2008 and Rails 2
From today, we introduce a new pricing structure for Ruby In Steel. A single $249 license will entitle purchasers of Ruby In Steel 1.0 to a free upgrade to Ruby In Steel 2 when it is released in 2011. Existing owners of Ruby In Steel Developer 1.0 will be offered a low-cost upgrade to Ruby In Steel 2.0 following its launch.
SapphireSteel Software will provide access to early beta releases of Ruby In Steel 2.0 to enable users to gain early access to its new features. Prior to its launch, we shall be giving a number of ‘sneak previews’ of the software here on the Blog.
Is there an ETA for when the final product will be released. I’m currently testing this against Ruby Mine. I’ve got to choose soon, and knowing when this is coming out will help me to decide.
This is great news. I just got an upgrade of the Pickaxe to Ruby 1.9.2 and wondered when Ruby in Steel would support it, and here’s the answer. Congratulations. I have nothing but praise for the product, which has just allowed me to complete a 3 month project on a large website written in Rails 1.1.2 and Ruby 1.8.6.