No Ruby interpreter configured for the project warning persists

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Hello IntelliJ IDEA community!

I'm encountering an issue with IntelliJ IDEA where I'm constantly getting the warning message "No Ruby interpreter configured for the project" despite trying various solutions. I would greatly appreciate any insights or suggestions on how to resolve this problem.

Here's what I have tried so far:

  1. Verified Ruby installation: I have confirmed that Ruby is installed on my system and is functioning properly. Running ruby -v in the terminal shows the correct Ruby version.

  2. Checked Ruby plugin installation: I have made sure that the Ruby plugin is installed and enabled in IntelliJ IDEA. I found it in "Preferences" -> "Plugins" and verified its presence.

  3. Restarted IntelliJ IDEA: I have attempted to resolve the issue by restarting IntelliJ IDEA, hoping that it would refresh any configuration conflicts. Unfortunately, the warning message still persists.

  4. Invalidated Caches: I have tried invalidating caches and restarting IntelliJ IDEA using the "File" -> "Invalidate Caches / Restart" option. However, this didn't resolve the issue.

  5. Verified project settings: I have checked the project settings and ensured that the correct Ruby SDK is selected for the project. I also verified that the Ruby SDK is correctly configured in "Project Structure" -> "Project Settings" -> "Project".

  6. Created a new project: As a troubleshooting step, I created a new project in IntelliJ IDEA and configured the Ruby SDK from scratch. However, the warning message continues to appear.

At this point, I am unsure of what else to try. I would greatly appreciate any assistance or suggestions from the community on how to resolve this issue. If you have encountered a similar problem or have any insights, I would be grateful for your input.

Thank you in advance for your help!

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Java module is marked with a blue icon, so please try deleting it and re-importing it back.

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It seems that you have a Java module added, so could you please remove it and then import again as a Ruby one. After that you'll be able to configure a Ruby SDK for that.

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Hello,

Would it be possible to attach a screenshot from File - Project Structure - Modules - Your module?

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What do you mean by that, please explain? I dont see any java module in the project. How do I remove it? 

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This happened to me when I opened a Rails project in IntelliJ without first installing the Ruby plugin.

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Is this fixed after installing the Ruby plugin? If not,  steps to reproduce and screenshots or screencast of the issue would be highly appreciated.

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Hi Jacky, I don't have any problem now. It was resolved by following Olga's instructions, above. I removed the Java module and added the Ruby on Rails module. 

Thanks for asking, but I left my previous comment only in hopes it might help someone else to understand what conditions could cause this situation.

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Thank you so much for sharing!

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I'm was having the same problem, and  it was driving me crazy.  It was happening even when I wasn't in a Ruby project, or when I had already added an interpreter.  

I had to disable the plugin, which is the included JetBRains Ruby plugin.

Problem is, we DO have Ruby in our codebase, and I cannot use the Ruby plugin, so it's a bit problematic.  This has been an ongoing problem for 1.5 years.

Any chance they can look at the plugin at some point?

 

 

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Hello Rex,

Could you please provide more details about the issue. Do you mean that you have the same problem in the projects with Java modules only?

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