In this field, specify the location of the Meteor executable file
(see Installing Meteor).
Automatically exclude ".meteor/local" directory on open project
By default, the check box is selected and
the .meteor/local folder, which is intended for storing the built application,
is automatically marked as excluded and is not involved in indexing.
Clear the check box to have RubyMine show the .meteor/local folder and its contents in the Project tool window.
By default, excluded files are shown in the project tree. To have the .meteor/local folder hidden,
click the button on the toolbar of the Project tool window and remove a tick next to the Show Excluded Files option.
Enable Meteor 'Hot code push'
Select this check box to activate the native Meteor hot code pushes functionality
and thus have the changes made to have the client-side code during a debugging session applied. By default, the check box is selected.
When the check box is cleared, RubyMine does not provide any way to apply the changes made to the client-side code during a debugging session.
Automatically import Meteor packages as external library
When the check box is selected, RubyMine automatically imports the external packages from the meteor/packages file.
As a result, RubyMine provides full range coding assistance: resolves references to Meteor built-in functions,
for example, check(true), and to functions from third-party packages,
provides proper syntax and error highlighting,
supports debugging with source maps, etc.
When this check box is cleared, RubyMine does not automatically import the external packages from the meteor/packages file.
As a result no coding assistance is provided.
To improve the situation, open the meteor/packages file in the editor and click the Import packages as library link
or run the meteor --update command.
By default, the check box is selected.
Weak search for Spacebars templates
Select this check box to enable RubyMine to search inside Spacebars templates.
When this check box is selected and you invoke the Go to Declaration action
on a helper,
RubyMine displays a list of all occurrences of this helper in templates. Choose the relevant one from the list.
When you invoke Got to Declaration with this check box cleared, RubyMine does not perform any search and
displays a tooltip which the following message: Cannot find declaration to go to.