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RubyMine makes it possible to visualize gem dependencies, based on the Gemfile information. The gem dependency diagrams are not editable.

If Gemfile is missing, the Show Gem Dependency Diagram/Show Gem Dependency Diagram Popup commands are not available.

To open the Gem Dependency diagram of a project with a Gemfile
  1. Do one of the following:
    • On the context menu of the Project tool window, or the editor, point to Diagrams, and choose Show Diagram or Show Diagram Pop-up.
    • Press Ctrl+Shift+Alt+UCtrl+Shift+Alt+UCtrl+Shift+Alt+UCtrl+Shift+Alt+UCtrl+Shift+Alt+UCtrl+Shift+Alt+UCtrl+Shift+Alt+UCtrl+Shift+Alt+UShift+Alt+⌘+UShift Alt ⌘ UShift Alt ⌘ UShift Alt ⌘ UShift Alt ⌘ U, or Ctrl+Alt+UCtrl+Alt+UCtrl+Alt+UCtrl+Alt+UCtrl+Alt+UCtrl+Alt+UCtrl+Alt+UCtrl+Alt+UAlt+⌘+UAlt ⌘ UAlt ⌘ UAlt ⌘ UAlt ⌘ U.
  2. From the pop-up menu, choose Gem Dependency Diagram:


In the Gem Dependency diagram, you can perform the following operations


Keeping the Alt key pressed invokes the magnifier tool, which will help you have a closer look at the most interesting or problematic areas of your Model dependency diagram.
Magnifier tool

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