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Netbeans 6.5 introduced good support for Ruby, Groovy and maybe others. Some reviews are calling it the best Ruby IDE at the moment. I haven't tried others, so I can't personally say.

Sun is putting resources into dynamic languages for the JVM. e.g. they employ the core JRuby team.


Javier Guerra wrote:
On Fri, Mar 27, 2009 at 9:43 AM, Martin C. Martin
<> wrote:
This is what I thought until I started using IDEs for dynamic languages,
e.g. NetBeans.  Getting the common cases right gets you 80-90% of the
benefit of getting all of the cases right.

does NetBeans have any dynamic languages support?  I thought it's
strongly focused on Java.