'mine' not working from command line

I'm on a Mac running the latest RubyMine. I try to run 'mine <filename>' from the command line, expecting it to open that file. It brings Rubymine to the foreground, but does not open that file. How do I do what I'm trying to do?

Thanks!

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The command you use is the correct one.  I've tried this on my Ubuntu and it works.  Perhaps something specific to Mac :(
Can someone else with Mac check if this works or not for them?

Oleg.

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Hello,

I experience the same issue. There are two cases here:
1. Some projects (in different windows) are already open in RubyMine.
Now if you type "mine ." to open current folder then simply one window will come to foreground. That's it.
2. RubyMine is closed completely.
Now if you type "mine ." then that folder would be displayed correctly.

Any ideas?

RubyMine 5.0.2, Mac OS X 10.8.3

Thank you.

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