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Use this dialog to rename a file.
In addition to renaming the file itself, RubyMine can also look for the usages of the file name. If found, the changes you are making to the file name can also be applied to these usages.
The name usages are assigned to different categories which correspond to the options which you can turn on and off.
Note that irrespective of the options selected, the search scope (that is, the places where the name occurrences are looked for) is always limited to the current module and the modules that the current module depends on.
|Rename <file> and its usages to||In this field, specify a new name for the file.|
|Search for references||
If this option is on, RubyMine will look for occurrences of the file name
in file references in source code files.
Whether or not a string literal is a reference is defined by the (programming) language used in a source file.
|Search in comments and strings||If this option is on, RubyMine will look for occurrences of the file name within comments and string literals in source code files.|
Note that RubyMine remembers the latest settings in this dialog. So, each next time you use this dialog, these settings are restored.