By: Mark Deckert
Abstract: Release Notes
These notes apply to the TurboRuby 2.0 release.
For updates to these notes,
To confirm a good installation from the command prompt or the shell:
After installing and launching TurboRuby you will need to specify a workspace, which is a container directory for your projects. You can create new workspaces and switch workspaces from within TurboRuby. For every new workspace you will need to specify a Ruby interpreter.
From the IDE to configure the Ruby interpreter:
Note: Selection lists for gem install and script/plugin install may be slow during their initial use.
In this release, we have continued to add support for new Ruby features. For more information see the "What's New" Help topic.
The TurboRuby team expects to update the product regularly.
You can check for updates using the Update Manager, found under the Help menu.
Please report bugs and make suggestions for improvements to TurboRuby via Quality Central at http://qc.codegear.com.
These issues may affect your projects:
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