How to include unbuilt gems/engines?

I have a rails app that is moving to more of a component architecture which involves extracting out unbuilt engines and gems.  So directory structure looks something like:
- app
- gems/foo
- engines/bar
- spec

My question is how do I get RubyMine to recognize the unbuilt engines and gems as part of the project?  Right now I can only get at those files if I check the box "include non-project Files".  I want it to treat these files as though they are project files, not non-project external files.

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You can add these subdirs as source roots for your project (Settings|Project Structure)

Hope this helps, Oleg.

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Hi Oleg, thanks for the tip.  However, when I go to Project Structure and right-click on a folder, the only two options are to mark the folder as "tests" or "excluded".  There is nothing about adding a source root.  There is an option to add a "content root", but when I tried to do that it complained that "content root being added is located below existing content root.  Content entries should not intersect."  

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Hmm, RubyMine is not ready do work with such infrostructure, but I'd try to exclude these subdirectories and
open them as separate project (in the same window). Though I have to say I'm not sure if this will work correctly :(

Regards, Oleg.

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