This feature is only supported in the Ultimate edition.
The following is only valid when Ruby Plugin is installed and enabled!
In this section:
- Support for rbenv-gemsets plugin
- File .rbenv-gemset
- Important note about remote interpreters
rbenv is intended for *NIX and macOS!
IntelliJ IDEA supports
rbenv versions up to the latest.
At startup, IntelliJ IDEA scans your
~/.rbenv folder, and automatically configures SDK's for each Ruby interpreter. The detected interpreters are shown in the Modules page of the Project Structure Dialog dialog.
IntelliJ IDEA also detects newly installed
rbenv interpreters "on-the-fly". On reopening the Project Structure dialog, you will find updates in the Gems tab of the Modules page. .
rbenvis installed on your computer.
- Ruby interpreters are installed.
- IntelliJ IDEA supports
rbenvRuby interpreters installed in the default
rbenvis incompatible with
rvm! Any references to
rvmshould be removed before using
Support for rbenv-gemsets plugin
IntelliJ IDEA supports rbenv-gemsets plugin for *NIX and macOS.
- The gemsets are shown as the children of
rbenvSDK. When a gemset is selected, its gems are shown to the right,
rbenvSDK with gemsets is selected, then all the gems of this SDK and the gemsets are shown.
- IntelliJ IDEA provides libraries for gems from the current gemset list ( by '.
rbenv-gemsets') including the default 'global' gemset
- IntelliJ IDEA invokes all commands with the environment of the specified gemsets and selected SDK ( e.g.
$ RBENV_GEMSETS="gemset1 gemset2" RBENV_VERSION="1.9.3-p125" #command)
IntelliJ IDEA provides code insight for the
- Code highlighting
- IntelliJ IDEA provides code completion for the current SDK gemsets in the
- IntelliJ IDEA provides the ability to create a new gemset using the quick fix Create gemset <gemset name>. Just press Alt+Enter on a new name in the