Multiple Windows/ Java src files

Hi Everyone:

1. If you have Multiple Ruby projects that you have to keep track, then you have to open each in a Seperate Window? is this correct? Why?

2. Can java srccode be included in RubyMine projects....or for that you have to get IntelliJ IDEA? This is say you have Java files that will be called from Ruby code (Jruby)


Thanks!

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Hello Rohit,

1. If you have Multiple Ruby projects that you have to keep track, then you have to open each in a Seperate Window? is this correct? Why?

Yes this is correct. We plan to add opportunity to have several projects opened in single RubyMine window after 2.0 release. For now you should open each project in it's own window.

2. Can java srccode be included in RubyMine projects....or for that you have to get IntelliJ IDEA? This is say you have Java files that will be called from Ruby code (Jruby)

You can have any files you want in your project, but all the Java related supported won't be available for you. You should better have IntelliJ IDEA with Ruby plugin for this puproses. In this case you'll get full featured Java and Ruby support with language interoperation support (navigation, rename etc). See for more details: http://www.jetbrains.net/devnet/docs/DOC-1146

Regards,
Oleg

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Thanks Oleg, but to be clearer:


Is IntelliJ IDEA with Ruby plugin SAME AS RubyMine from a Ruby Perspective or Does the Ruby Plugin lag behine the Ruby Mine?

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As far as they both are created using the same codebase I can tell they have the same functionality. The only problem here is that Ruby plugin releases can lag comparing to RubyMine ones (piblic builds I mean), because plugin is limited to IDEA API installed on users side.

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>>The only problem here is that Ruby plugin releases can lag comparing to RubyMine ones (piblic builds I mean), because plugin is limited to IDEA API installed on users side.

Does this mean that something could be in RubyMine but eventually not in Ruby plugin due to the need to support IDEA API?

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This means that sometimes in order to implement some functionality in RubyMine we have to make some changes inside IDEA API.
In this particular case we cannot publish new plugin with same functionality immediately, but have to wait until new compatible version of IDEA is published.

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This implies that there could be time lag, but not feature lost.

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