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Bharat Ruparel
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2009 12:14 am    Post subject: Rails 2.3.2 and NetBeans 6.5 Reply with quote

Now that Rails 2.3.2 has been officially released, any chance that you can
issue a patch for Netbeans 6.5 or upcoming 6.7 so that it loads the browser
when you click on the start button?
Thanks.
Bharat

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2009 7:19 am    Post subject: Rails 2.3.2 and NetBeans 6.5 Reply with quote

Hi Bharat,

This was fixed a while ago in 6.7 builds, I'll try to get the fix to the
next patch for 6.5.1.

Erno

Bharat Ruparel wrote:
Quote:
Now that Rails 2.3.2 has been officially released, any chance that you can
issue a patch for Netbeans 6.5 or upcoming 6.7 so that it loads the browser
when you click on the start button?
Thanks.
Bharat


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2009 10:28 am    Post subject: Rails 2.3.2 and NetBeans 6.5 Reply with quote

That is great news Erno. Do you suggest that I work with 6.7 build?
Thanks.
Bharat


Erno Mononen wrote:
Quote:

Hi Bharat,

This was fixed a while ago in 6.7 builds, I'll try to get the fix to the
next patch for 6.5.1.

Erno

Bharat Ruparel wrote:
Quote:
Now that Rails 2.3.2 has been officially released, any chance that you
can
issue a patch for Netbeans 6.5 or upcoming 6.7 so that it loads the
browser
when you click on the start button?
Thanks.
Bharat











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PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2009 11:36 am    Post subject: Rails 2.3.2 and NetBeans 6.5 Reply with quote

I wouldn't recommend to have just a 6.7 build, but you may want to try
how it works for you and have 6.5 still installed by the side -- 6.7
builds can be unstable at times. 6.7 M3 will be out soon, it will be
more stable than just a regular daily build. Of course, the more people
use daily builds and report issues, the better the quality of the final
release will be.

Here's a couple of links for getting a dev build:

- http://bits.netbeans.org/dev/nightly/ - nightly builds, fixes/new
features in the Ruby area usually make it to a nightly build within two
to three days from the moment they got fixed

- http://deadlock.netbeans.org/hudson/job/ruby/lastSuccessfulBuild/ - CI
builds from the NB Ruby team's repository, i.e. the place where fixes in
the Ruby area are first available - fixes from the other team repos make
it there typically in a day.

Cheers,
Erno

Bharat Ruparel wrote:
Quote:
That is great news Erno. Do you suggest that I work with 6.7 build?
Thanks.
Bharat


Erno Mononen wrote:

Quote:
Hi Bharat,

This was fixed a while ago in 6.7 builds, I'll try to get the fix to the
next patch for 6.5.1.

Erno

Bharat Ruparel wrote:

Quote:
Now that Rails 2.3.2 has been officially released, any chance that you
can
issue a patch for Netbeans 6.5 or upcoming 6.7 so that it loads the
browser
when you click on the start button?
Thanks.
Bharat












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Bharat Ruparel
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2009 12:16 pm    Post subject: Rails 2.3.2 and NetBeans 6.5 Reply with quote

Hello Erno,
Thanks! I downloaded last night's build 03/25/2009 and installed it
alongside my 6.5 installation. It works well with Rails 2.3.2. I even
tried the debugger and it seems to work well. One thing that I have noticed
is it seems much faster than 6.5. I haven't done any scientific
benchmarking but it does seem quite a bit faster.
I will report any problems that I run into. Keep up the good work!
Now if you could only give me the ability to open up the Rails console at a
break point and do arbitrary testing then I will have no reason to go
outside NetBeans. For structured debugging, NetBeans debugger is fine but
to solve more complex problems, it becomes necessary to stop the code
execution at a desired location and do arbitrary testing.
Regards,
Bharat

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 31, 2009 9:30 pm    Post subject: Rails 2.3.2 and NetBeans 6.5 Reply with quote

Hello Erno,
When are you releasing the 6.5 patch for Rails 2.3.2? The current build
that I downloaded for 6.7 is too unstable to be of much use for development.
I get exceptions all over the place.
Either give us a patch for 6.5 or a more stable release for 6.7 whichever
works. This is a bad situation. The reason I ask is that certain plugins
such as FootNotes are dependent on Rails 2.3.2 and won't work well with
Rails 2.1.x and I don't want to work with 2.2.2 since it is more trouble
than worth it.
Take a look at the following exchange between myself and Yohannes who has
come up with a way to integrate FootNotes with NetBeans. Footnotes is a
beautiful plugin for developers and if if works well with NetBeans, we
developers might get something that is close to ideal development
environment (and of course ad-hoc debugging but I won't bug you for it right
now).
So please do as a big favor, either push out a patch for 6.5 to work with
Rails 2.3.2 or a more stable release for 6.7.
Thanks and regards,
Bharat
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 01, 2009 12:20 pm    Post subject: Rails 2.3.2 and NetBeans 6.5 Reply with quote

Hi Bharat,

Unfortunately I have only limited (if any) influence over the release
schedule for the next 6.5 patch, but I will make sure the fix will be
included in it whenever it will be out. Meanwhile, I'll make the update
for the Rails module available on post a link here so you can update
your installation that way. I'll try to do this during this week; right
now I'm working on updating the parser and want to finish it before
starting with other things (even though porting the fix to 6.5 is
simple, I still need to clone another repo etc). Hope you understand.

Just be sure, do you have any other stoppers in mind for 2.3.2 / 6.5
than the issue with launching the browser? That's the fix I plan to port
to 6.5.

Cheers,
Erno


Bharat Ruparel wrote:
Quote:
Hello Erno,
When are you releasing the 6.5 patch for Rails 2.3.2? The current build
that I downloaded for 6.7 is too unstable to be of much use for development.
I get exceptions all over the place.
Either give us a patch for 6.5 or a more stable release for 6.7 whichever
works. This is a bad situation. The reason I ask is that certain plugins
such as FootNotes are dependent on Rails 2.3.2 and won't work well with
Rails 2.1.x and I don't want to work with 2.2.2 since it is more trouble
than worth it.
Take a look at the following exchange between myself and Yohannes who has
come up with a way to integrate FootNotes with NetBeans. Footnotes is a
beautiful plugin for developers and if if works well with NetBeans, we
developers might get something that is close to ideal development
environment (and of course ad-hoc debugging but I won't bug you for it right
now).
So please do as a big favor, either push out a patch for 6.5 to work with
Rails 2.3.2 or a more stable release for 6.7.
Thanks and regards,
Bharat

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 01, 2009 12:46 pm    Post subject: Rails 2.3.2 and NetBeans 6.5 Reply with quote

Hello Erno,
I know that I can count on you to do whatever you can in your power. This
is why I enjoy working with NetBeans. If you can make sure that the patch
works with the "FootNotes" plugin following the link that I have given
above, I would really appreciate it.
I think that the combination of NetBeans with the FootNotes plugin makes it
a very powerful development/debugging tool. You don't have to do much since
Jose Valim (current maintainer of this plugin) and Yohannes (who designed
the NetBeans FootNotes bridge) have done the heavy lifting. I worked with
Yohannes to get it going with NetBeans and we determined that it is a
version issue. This plugin is a hugh help in development/debugging and
making this interactive only enhances the user experience.
Regards,
Bharat

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 01, 2009 1:03 pm    Post subject: Rails 2.3.2 and NetBeans 6.5 Reply with quote

Bharat,

Can you please post the link again? Seems that it didn't come through to
the mailing list. I'm definitely interested in checking it out and
making sure it works with NB.

Thanks,
Erno

Bharat Ruparel wrote:
Quote:
Hello Erno,
I know that I can count on you to do whatever you can in your power. This
is why I enjoy working with NetBeans. If you can make sure that the patch
works with the "FootNotes" plugin following the link that I have given
above, I would really appreciate it.
I think that the combination of NetBeans with the FootNotes plugin makes it
a very powerful development/debugging tool. You don't have to do much since
Jose Valim (current maintainer of this plugin) and Yohannes (who designed
the NetBeans FootNotes bridge) have done the heavy lifting. I worked with
Yohannes to get it going with NetBeans and we determined that it is a
version issue. This plugin is a hugh help in development/debugging and
making this interactive only enhances the user experience.
Regards,
Bharat


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Erno Mononen
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 01, 2009 1:05 pm    Post subject: Rails 2.3.2 and NetBeans 6.5 Reply with quote

Erno Mononen wrote:
Quote:
Bharat,

Can you please post the link again?

Never mind, I can see the link at
http://www.nabble.com/Rails-2.3.2-and-NetBeans-6.5-td22713576.html#a22814529
though not in my mail client. I'll check it out.

Erno
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 01, 2009 1:32 pm    Post subject: Rails 2.3.2 and NetBeans 6.5 Reply with quote

Hello Erno,
Here is the link for FootNotes plugin on Github:

http://github.com/josevalim/rails-footnotes/tree/master

And here is Yohannes's blog post which explains how to adapt it to NetBeans:

http://www.gauda.de/ruby-on-rails/use-rails-footnotes-to-open-files-in-netbeans-from-firefox/

Thank you.
Bharat
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 01, 2009 1:32 pm    Post subject: Rails 2.3.2 and NetBeans 6.5 Reply with quote

Hello Erno,
Here is the link for FootNotes plugin on Github:

http://github.com/josevalim/rails-footnotes/tree/master

And here is Yohannes's blog post which explains how to adapt it to NetBeans:

http://www.gauda.de/ruby-on-rails/use-rails-footnotes-to-open-files-in-netbeans-from-firefox/

Thank you.
Bharat
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 09, 2009 11:23 am    Post subject: Rails 2.3.2 and NetBeans 6.5 Reply with quote

I finally had the time to port the fix to 6.5.1, the updated module .jar
file is attached to
http://www.netbeans.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=162287. Please follow the
instructions in the issue for updating your IDE; let me know if run into
any problems or the fix doesn't work for you (remember to restart after
updating).

Thanks,
Erno


Erno Mononen wrote:
Quote:
Hi Bharat,

Unfortunately I have only limited (if any) influence over the release
schedule for the next 6.5 patch, but I will make sure the fix will be
included in it whenever it will be out. Meanwhile, I'll make the
update for the Rails module available on post a link here so you can
update your installation that way. I'll try to do this during this
week; right now I'm working on updating the parser and want to finish
it before starting with other things (even though porting the fix to
6.5 is simple, I still need to clone another repo etc). Hope you
understand.

Just be sure, do you have any other stoppers in mind for 2.3.2 / 6.5
than the issue with launching the browser? That's the fix I plan to
port to 6.5.

Cheers,
Erno


Bharat Ruparel wrote:
Quote:
Hello Erno,
When are you releasing the 6.5 patch for Rails 2.3.2? The current build
that I downloaded for 6.7 is too unstable to be of much use for
development. I get exceptions all over the place.
Either give us a patch for 6.5 or a more stable release for 6.7
whichever
works. This is a bad situation. The reason I ask is that certain
plugins
such as FootNotes are dependent on Rails 2.3.2 and won't work well with
Rails 2.1.x and I don't want to work with 2.2.2 since it is more trouble
than worth it.
Take a look at the following exchange between myself and Yohannes who
has
come up with a way to integrate FootNotes with NetBeans. Footnotes is a
beautiful plugin for developers and if if works well with NetBeans, we
developers might get something that is close to ideal development
environment (and of course ad-hoc debugging but I won't bug you for
it right
now).
So please do as a big favor, either push out a patch for 6.5 to work
with
Rails 2.3.2 or a more stable release for 6.7.
Thanks and regards,
Bharat







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