Hi (and happy new year!)
I use direnv and dotenv in different projects to manage my local dev environment, however rubymine doesn't (AFAICT) support either of these constructs (.envrc (a shell script) or .env (a list of environment variable assignments) in the project's root directory).
However rubymine doesn't seem to have a global environment support (that I can see), just per run-configuration or default-run-configuration environment variable options.
So is there some mechanism to set a per-project environment variable?
(it would make so much sense to have this in the project setup...)
NB: I'm not talking about global environment variables (see https://devnet.jetbrains.com/docs/DOC-1160), and I'm aware of a plugin that does something useful (reads .env files), but only works for pycharm (https://plugins.jetbrains.com/plugin/7861?pr=) and still needs to be set for every project.
any suggestions for how to do this so that command line and rubymine environment variable are configured in in one place?