Desperate for some step-by-step as this just isn't working for me and I can't find any resource that helps me walk this through - I'm new to RoR and Idea. I want to cretae a brand new project from scratch for RoR development. In fact, nothing more complext than walking through a RoR tutorial.
For background, I have already run through that tutorial with a simple text editor and cmd line and I had no problems. RVM is installed and the default Ruby version is 2.2.3. Rails version is 4.2.5
If I Create New Project, I can select a Ruby on rails project and it brings up the appropriate new project dialog. When I first tried this, the only Ruby available to me was 2.0.0 (a default OSX version I think) - at that attempt I actually navigated to the ruby in ~/.rvm/..... Now, when I try it does actually give me 2.2.3 [global] as an option, which I select.
Next, Rails version: only option available to me is "Install Gem" (is Select Version an option??). Anyway whether I leave it as Select Version or Install Rails Gem... the result is the same. So I select Install Rails Gem... Why do I need to do this? Why can't it detect the install of the Rails gem?
Next, the only thing I can do is enter a working directory. It's not clear what this is for but I enter src/rails/blog.
I can't preconfigure the database which is set to mysql - I have sqlite3 on my mac, not mysql - nor any of the other options so I click next.
Here I enter the name of the project and its directory and click finish.
Whatever it needs to do, it seems to do but I get an error reporting that it couldn't run gem rails (or similar) and I end up with an empty project. If I look at Project Structure it has a module for RoR but doesn't give me any info. Project problems are counted at 22 and all seem to relate to a missing path in a variety of Gems.