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Ruby Dropped In Netbeans 7 140

Posted by timothy
from the other-shoe-dropping dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Ruby/RoR in NetBeans made headlines three years ago, but after Sun was acquired by Oracle there where fears that support for dynamic languages would suffer, as this IDE would be downsized. This has become a reality, since as of version 7, NetBeans will no longer support Ruby."
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Ruby Dropped In Netbeans 7

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  • Re:Who cares? (Score:2, Informative)

    by Anonymous Coward on Friday January 28, 2011 @11:16PM (#35040860)

    Depends on your deployment environment. If your environment is Glassfish with JRuby as your runtime, Netbeans is a wonderful, logical choice as it has one-click deployment to Glassfish instances.

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