20 May '13, 3pm

"File Management in RubyMine" by Jared Carroll

"File Management in RubyMine" by Jared Carroll

As developers, we create, update, and delete files all day long. Managing files from the command-line is one of the first skills we learned. However, constantly switching from your editor to the command-line to execute a simple file command, a command you’ve probably executed thousands of times before, is tedious and slow. Instead, stay in your editor, and let it take care of the boring stuff. In this post, we’ll look at RubyMine’s file commands on

Full article: http://pivotallabs.com/file-management-in-rubymine/

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