The first stable release of the Ruby 1.9 series has been released, but what's the status of 1.9 support in IDEs? We asked the developers of NetBeans, RadRails, Ruby in Steel, and RubyMine.
This part of our series about IDEs for dynamic languages takes a look at Python IDEs. We take a look at Aptana's Pydev and DLTK Python, as well as the status of static analysis and automatic refactoring for Python.
The Eclipse-based Aptana Studio, which includes RDT and the popular RadRails, has released version 1.0. This now also includes a commercial "Professional" version which includes a few select features over the free "Community" version.
The company behind the popular Eclipse-based AJAX IDE Aptana announce that they are taking over development and sponsorship of RadRails, a move that may yet save the project from its current state of neglect.