Run configuration - running a ruby script

When writing simple ruby scripts, it seems a bit akward, that you must create a Run configuration for each script and provide the full path to the script before you can run it.

Why not use the working directory as the default base path?

Why not enable some quick way of running a ruby script file, making an assumption that the currently active file is the one you want to run!? "Quick run" Should also be available in context menu (on right-click on file node in Project view or right-click in active editor window)

Hope we get a feature fix fot this

Kristian

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Original message URL: http://www.jetbrains.net/devnet/message/5243744#5243744

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Hello Kristian,

You can do exactly that. Right-click a Ruby file (the editor or the tab)
and select "Run ]]>..." from the context menu.

When writing simple ruby scripts, it seems a bit akward, that you must
create a Run configuration for each script and provide the full path
to the script before you can run it.

Why not use the working directory as the default base path?

Why not enable some quick way of running a ruby script file, making an
assumption that the currently active file is the one you want to run!?
"Quick run" Should also be available in context menu (on right-click
on file node in Project view or right-click in active editor window)

Hope we get a feature fix fot this


Kristian

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Original message URL:
http://www.jetbrains.net/devnet/message/5243744#5243744

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