Building gems using Rubymine

Hi, is there a basic work flow for developing ruby gems or libraries with tests using Rubymine?  I have found that one can generate the basic structure using bundler.  For example,

$ bundle gem <some project name>

Next, bundler would generate the following directory structure (i.e. using the project, mapit):

$ bundle gem mapit
      create mapit/Gemfile
      create mapit/Rakefile
      create mapit/.gitignore
      create mapit/aima.gemspec
      create mapit/lib/aima.rb
      create mapit/lib/aima/version.rb
Initializating git repo in /Users/conradwt/mapit

$ cd mapit

$ ls -al

.git
.gitignore
Gemfile
Rakefile
mapit.gemspec
lib



$ mkdir examples test

$ touch README.rdoc

$ ls -al


.git
.gitignore
Gemfile
Rakefile
README.rdoc
mapit.gemspec
examples
lib
test

The above would be the overall structure but I'm not 100% sure how this fits in with Rubymine's
directory layout.

-Conrad










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