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Hi Brian,

It's nice idea! I'm sure it will be pretty useful for other users. You can also add "green-chaud" color scheme which was ported by Hannes Rammer (see http://www.jetbrains.net/devnet/thread/280562?tstart=30 thread)

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Hello guys,

Sounds great!
We'll publish some how-to on RubyMine scripting API most likely after 1.0 release!

Thanks,
Oleg

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>possibly some custom Rubymine extensions using Rubymine's Ruby api.

Our API isn't documented although you can look examples in /Applications/idea/RubyMine-XXX.app/rb/scripts/ and some ruby API in /Applications/idea/RubyMine-824.app/rb/api/. On startup RM will load all scripts from RubyMine-XXX.app/rb/scripts/ folder.

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Roman.Chernyatchik wrote:

>possibly some custom Rubymine extensions using Rubymine's Ruby api.

Our API isn't documented although you can look examples in /Applications/idea/RubyMine-XXX.app/rb/scripts/ and some ruby API in /Applications/idea/RubyMine-824.app/rb/api/. On startup RM will load all scripts from RubyMine-XXX.app/rb/scripts/ folder.


That is great. The thing that is missing is a hook to add version-independent scripts.

I would like to be able to place my scripts inside of the config directory (~/.RubyMine10 on Linux).

I could add the rb/scripts directory to the project, but there would be a couple of disadvantages:
* I would need to use the scripts from one version of Rubymine (probably the latest)
* It would require a manual step (ln -s) to link rb/scripts to my version

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Roman.Chernyatchik wrote:

Hi Brian,


It's nice idea! I'm sure it will be pretty useful for other users. You can also add "green-chaud" color scheme which was ported by Hannes Rammer (see http://www.jetbrains.net/devnet/thread/280562?tstart=30 thread)

Thanks.
I added the Green Chaud theme.

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