Managing JRuby Facet in a Java Module
IntelliJ IDEA makes it possible to attach a JRuby facet to a Java module. This can be required for working with Ruby code, having resolve and code completion.
Suppose, you've created a project that contains a Java module, and you want to attach a facet to it. You must install JRuby on your computer.
By the way, if you create a module of, say, Ruby type, you may attach any available Ruby SDK.
Adding a JRuby facet
Having installed JRuby (for example,
rvm install jruby), follow these steps:
- Open the Project Structure Dialog dialog.
- In this dialog, select the Facets page.
- Click :
- From the pop-up menu of the possible facets that appears, choose JRuby facet:
- If JRuby has been installed previously, IntelliJ IDEA recognizes it and suggests to choose a Java module to which the facet should be added:
Select the desired module.
After that, JRuby facet appears under the module name:
Deleting a JRuby facet
To delete a JRuby facet, follow these steps: