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Ruby In Steel 1.1.5 - update #1

released today
by SapphireSteel Software
Monday 29 October 2007.

As always we try to address any reported bugs or deficiencies as quickly as possible. Accordingly a minor update has today been released to fix some issues in Ruby In Steel 1.1.5, which was released on October 21st. The changes are listed below:

- We now support Rails templates with the .erb extension.
- The Immediate window can be used when stopped at a breakpoint.
- Console/Toolwindow positions are persisted.
- Ruby Console non-writability when debugging is fixed.
- Font cache is cleared on re-installing (fixes incorrect coloring).
- Bracket matching bug (with nested curly bracket blocks/hashes) fixed

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  • Ruby In Steel 1.1.5 - update #1
    29 October 2007

    Thanks for all your hard work and the quick turnaround on the reported issues. Thanks also for the support for Rails 2.0 things (.erb extensions), thats very nice.

    The more I use RiS and the more I learn about Ruby and Rails (currently I am still somewhat of a newby in both Ruby and Rails), the more I realise how really sexy and powerful RiS is. In screencasts (e.g. PeepCode’s screencasts), I see the nifty stuff that TextMate can do, but then I see that RiS can do it all and more :)

    Regards Willem

    • Ruby In Steel 1.1.5 - update #1
      29 October 2007, by Huw Collingbourne

      Thanks. We do our best ;-)

      We also have lots more to come over the next few months!

      best wishes


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