Eclipse Plug-In

Hi.

Is there a Eclipse[1] Plug-In for Ruby-code-highlighting?

[1]
Version: 2.1.3
Build id: 200403101828

greetings
Dirk Einecke

Dirk Einecke wrote:

Is there a Eclipse[1] Plug-In for Ruby-code-highlighting?

Yes, SourceForge has an RDT (Ruby Development Tool) for Eclipse. Does
highlighting and tree navigation at this point.

 http://sourceforge.net/projects/rubyeclipse
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“Beware of bugs in the above code; I have only proved it correct,
not tried it.” – Donald Knuth (in a memo to Peter van Emde Boas)

Hi.

Jim Weirich wrote:

Is there a Eclipse[1] Plug-In for Ruby-code-highlighting?

Yes, SourceForge has an RDT (Ruby Development Tool) for Eclipse. Does
highlighting and tree navigation at this point.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/rubyeclipse

Okay. I’ve downloaded the file and put the directories “features” and
"plugins" in my local “features” und plugins" and restart eclipse. But
nothing happens. If I open Ruby file I can not see any
code-highlighting. Any hints?

greetings
Dirk Einecke

Dirk Einecke wrote:

Jim Weirich wrote:

Yes, SourceForge has an RDT (Ruby Development Tool) for Eclipse. Does
highlighting and tree navigation at this point.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/rubyeclipse

Okay. I’ve downloaded the file and put the directories “features” and
"plugins" in my local “features” und plugins" and restart eclipse. But
nothing happens. If I open Ruby file I can not see any
code-highlighting. Any hints?

Can you open a ruby perspective?

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– Jim Weirich jim@weirichhouse.org http://onestepback.org

“Beware of bugs in the above code; I have only proved it correct,
not tried it.” – Donald Knuth (in a memo to Peter van Emde Boas)

Hi.

Okay. I’ve downloaded the file and put the directories “features” and
"plugins" in my local “features” und plugins" and restart eclipse. But
nothing happens. If I open Ruby file I can not see any
code-highlighting. Any hints?

Well … I removed all files from the plugin and put the files again in
the folders. After a resart a get this message:
http://www.we-devedge.de/temp/eclipse-error.jpg

Has anybody a hint for me?

greetings
Dirk Einecke

Dirk Einecke wrote:

Hi.

Okay. I’ve downloaded the file and put the directories “features” and
"plugins" in my local “features” und plugins" and restart eclipse.
But nothing happens. If I open Ruby file I can not see any
code-highlighting. Any hints?

Well … I removed all files from the plugin and put the files again
in the folders. After a resart a get this message:
http://www.we-devedge.de/temp/eclipse-error.jpg

Has anybody a hint for me?

which version of eclipse are you using?

I got that error when I tried to use RDT with version 2.1 but I was able
to fix it by upgrading to version 3.0

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Mark Sparshatt

Hi.

Mark Sparshatt wrote:

Okay. I’ve downloaded the file and put the directories “features” and
"plugins" in my local “features” und plugins" and restart eclipse.
But nothing happens. If I open Ruby file I can not see any
code-highlighting. Any hints?

Well … I removed all files from the plugin and put the files again
in the folders. After a resart a get this message:
http://www.we-devedge.de/temp/eclipse-error.jpg

Has anybody a hint for me?

which version of eclipse are you using?

I got that error when I tried to use RDT with version 2.1 but I was able
to fix it by upgrading to version 3.0

I use:
Version: 2.1.3
Build id: 200403101828

So… now I’ve installed version 3.0M8 und die Ruby-Plugin is working
fine. Thanks for this hint. :slight_smile:

One question: I want to sync (via FTP) my local folder with the
webserver. Do you have any idea how can I do this with eclipse?

greetings
Dirk Einecke