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In terms of context sensitive info...well let's put it this way: If you don't see what utility RubyMine offers beyond Sublime, you haven't used it. It's not perfect (obviously), but it's generally quite good; I think I'm more often baffled by just how well some stuff works than I am disappointed in things working poorly (at least when it comes to context sensitive info).

That said, it's not the perfect text editor. I don't know that it really imposes any particular workflow (beyond obvious requirements like having access to the libraries you require), but there are certainly many things that you can do in Sublime that aren't going to work in RubyMine.




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