Windows 7, Ruby 1.9.1, gem 1.3.5, rails 2.3.3 - Work?

Hi,

RubyMine is unable to locate gem(s) for above configuration.  RubyMine version is 1.5 1364.  Shouldd this work?

Thanx

John A

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Hi John,

RubyMine is unable to locate gem(s) for above configuration.

RM should work in your case. If button File | Settings | Ruby SDK and Gems | Attach Gems... isn't grayed please press it and attach a screenshot of "Attach Gems" dialog. Otherwise please take a screenshot of Ruby SDK and Gems tab

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Hi Roman,

Roman.Chernyatchik wrote:

Hi John,

RubyMine is unable to locate gem(s) for above configuration.

RM should work in your case. If button File | Settings | Ruby SDK and Gems | Attach Gems... isn't grayed please press it and attach a screenshot of "Attach Gems" dialog. Otherwise please take a screenshot of Ruby SDK and Gems tab

When no project is opened the Attach Gems button, on File | Settings | Ruby SDK and Gems, is disabled(grayed). See NoProjectOpen.png.

If I:

  •    create a rails project form cmd line
  •     freeze rails ( rake rails:freeze:gems)
  •     execute RubyMine | Open Dir on rails project

it appears I can use rubymine. See RailsFrozenProjectOpened.png for screen shot of File | Settings | Ruby SDK and Gems after above steps.

Hope this helps

John A

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John, this problem is already fixed and fix will be available in the next EAP version. As a workaround copy your gem.bat to gem19 and remove from gem19 all lines before #!C:/lan/ruby-1.9.1-p0/bin/ruby, this should fix the problem temporary.

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