It's worth mentioning that Netbeans supports both standard Ruby and JRuby. I would highly recommend it if you are thinking about JRuby and/or JRuby on Rails. It is less useful for mainstream Rails and Ruby development, though, since the Rails integration is a version behind the official Rails release and it does not support Git, newgem, and other common tools.
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