Reviewing Rails Debuggers

gigix 2006-08-12 03:30:34
http://news.u32.net/articles/2006/07/20/reviewing-ruby-on-rails-debuggers

personally i don't really care debuggers -- to be honest, i've never used them. (is there anyone relies on debuggers significantly?) what rails (ruby, actually) dissatisfied me most, is the lack of refactoring tool. i do have some fuzzy ideas of it...
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wshuangminlg 2006-09-08
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lucong 2006-08-31
我用过Komodo,以前是用来 写Perl程序,还没有试过 它的Ruby编辑器。

Komodo的确是慢,但是 功能很全。
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xxaxxaxxa 2006-08-31
谢谢楼主
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mixingster 2006-08-22
hehe
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dhm2000 2006-08-15
谢谢透明为我们提供的一切可能有用的信息。
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saucer 2006-08-14
敏捷开发强调的是单元测试,认为如果单元测试比较完备的话,调试几乎可以不用,至于重构,

http://www.refactoringrails.com/
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