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Ruby and the RDT Eclipse Ruby Plugin [ID:203] (1/1)

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video tutorial by Robert Marchetti, added 11/07

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This ShowMeDo tutorial will show you how to install macports, ruby and Eclipse. Once installed I then show you how to create a simple 'hello world' method. I finish by showing you how to create a Class file that adds two numbers and returns the result.

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15. Bruce Harms Mon, 27 Sep 2010 11:05

Nicely done.

Would have liked to see how the debugger works though.


Very good and useful video. Thanks a lot; may your tribe grow and glow!


Thanks for the quick start tutorial.

Very well done. Even with a newer version of Eclipse installed I was able to follow along and produce the expected results.


12. anonymous Mon, 30 Nov 2009 18:39

Nice simple intro. I was looking to use eclipse with ruby and now I have a starting point. I would like to see more Ruby or PHP project management with Eclipse tutorials.

-Paul


11. anonymous Tue, 01 Sep 2009 21:33

Great job sir and it was very helpful me to set up Ruby on Eclipse.

Thanks,

Kiran Y


10. anonymous Thu, 20 Aug 2009 15:16

Nice one. Anyone that takes time to make vid tut's deserves a thumbs up. *thumbs up*


9. anonymous Fri, 10 Jul 2009 06:31

need advance video.

thanks


8. anonymous Thu, 25 Jun 2009 13:59

Very good tutorial, my first introduction to Ruby and I found this very useful.

Thanks.


7. anonymous Mon, 01 Jun 2009 06:43

Thank you for your video!

I am from Germany. I started to learn ruby on rails last Monday. I expired ruby a bit and run some examples as ruby on rails.

Now I am looking for a professional environment.


6. anonymous Thu, 14 May 2009 14:09

accidently pressed fast forward didnt see it yet ...


5. anonymous Mon, 12 Jan 2009 19:50

'Wonderful and Helpful


4. anonymous Sun, 11 May 2008 10:12

Nice tutorial, thanks!

One moment - when you first time create ruby project, you should have already istalled ruby, or it will use the jruby interpreter.

Also, some gems may be installed at first time run.


Great job on the video, Robert! It's clear, concise and useful - exactly how a ShowMeDo video should be.

Ruby's an awesome language and in your video you've managed to prove that it also has a rock-solid IDE to go along with it.

Thanks for this great contribution to ShowMeDo.

Best,

Lucas


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