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RubyMine 6 for component-based Ruby and Rails applications

RubyMine 6 for component-based Ruby and Rails applications

I have previously written about how to use IntelliJ to set up multi-project support in RubyMine . I am happy to say that that hack is no longer necessary. Multi-project support was built into RubyMine 6 ! It makes component-based Ruby and Rails applications with multiple unbuilt gems and engines even nicer to develop. Before multi-project support tests for components would not run without problems in RubyMine. Multi-project support fixes this and you no longer have to open one RubyMine window for every component you are working on. How to use multi-projects in RubyMine 6 It is pretty simple to enable multi-project support in your project: Open your application Open your gem/engine as a project and select “Open in current window” and check “Add to currently opened projects” If you are running RubyMine “Test source”. This sets your gems and engines up to run their tests prop...

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