So you’ve installed (or upgraded to) ubuntu 11.10 and everything looks great… Except – uh!, lots of gedit plugins are only compatible with gedit 2! But don’t be sad.. or angry.. This guide points out, how to, nevertheless, create a solid foundation that allows you getting prodcutive with gedit!
How to get the following for your gedit:
- Up-to-date Ruby syntax highlighting
- Proper highlighting for
You can, of course, use an IDE for coding – but reconsider it: After hours of initialization, it tries to do everything for you… Somewhere in the never ending menu jungle… And you need to click all the time… Stop! Focus on the gist! You want to write code!
Most Ruby programmers know: Many things can be done in much less time on the command line. To become more productive, you should take the 10 minutes to configure some basic settings.
A common Ruby experience on ubuntu: You get some stupid error, saying something would be missing – and you don’t know what to do…
Installing Ruby/Rails on ubuntu is not hard, but some little obstacles might be confusing.