Create, test and deploy Ruby on Rails applications.

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Aptana RadRails is an integrated development environment for the Ruby on Rails framework

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Installing this plugin

This plugin is in the EasyEclipse for LAMP and EasyEclipse for Ruby and Rails distributions.

If you install this plugin on another EasyEclipse distribution, the dependent plugin Ruby Development Tools must be present in the EasyEclipse distribution, or must be installed separately.

To use this plugin, you need Ruby on Rails.

Getting started

Help is available for this plugin, in the Help > Help Contents menu in EasyEclipse.

However, the help is not completely up-to-date: Menu locations have changed, and some functionality is not documented.

To start using RadRails, you must install Ruby, Ruby On Rails, MySQL and a web server such as Apache. Rather than installing each component, you can install prepacked assemblies. We suggest:

For a list of possible distributions or installation of Rails, look on the Ruby On Rails Wiki.

You must then configure the Ruby Development Tools (RDT) plugin, and the RadRails plugin: You can then switch to the Rails perspective by selecting Window > Open Perspective > RadRails, and create a Rails project by selecting File > New > Rails Project. All the files necessary for the project are created.

Useful links


Changes in EasyEclipse

Changes in EasyEclipse 1.2.2: Changes in EasyEclipse 1.2.1: Changes in EasyEclipse 1.0.2: Changes in EasyEclipse 1.0.1: Changes in EasyEclipse 1.0.0:

Credits and License

Credits: Kyle Shank, Marc Baumbach, Matt Kent

(c)2007 Marc Baumbach, Matt Kent, Kyle Shank, Christopher Williams, Aptana, Inc.

This plugin is licensed under the Common Public License 1.0 license.



Comment by Bill Wang
2008-04-17 13:10:06

EasyEclipse with Ruby on Rails is so cool. The debugging functionality is just perfect. I really love it!!

Comment by Shoghi Vanhove
2008-04-19 10:27:17

Thanks for EasyEclipse, this package is very nice and technical point of view perfect!! Now I’ve find my EDI.

Comment by harbans
2008-05-07 07:26:09

hello friends, iam looking for an answer of my question regarding deploying of ror app on different servers. Question is that : can we deploy our app on different servers without using capistrano or with using Radrails IDE? How much work and what type of work have to be done to deploy such app?Whats the benefit of Radrails iDE over capistrano for deploying a ROR app?
i will be thankful to you.

Comment by guem
2009-06-29 08:19:00

I just started with Ruby on Rails, found this IDE, and I like it!

The last two days I had problems with the changed scaffold in Rails 2, so the first steps I tried to do with an old tutorial did not work :-( So I will start on with newer tutorials…

As I saw that the RadRails is already available in Version 1.0 (and in the recent EasyEclipse it is 0.8) I’d like to know if it is possible to update Radrail in my environment. And: if it is possible, how to do?

Thanks a lot, for the nice EasyEclipse distribution and all helpful answers.

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