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Rails Application Settings

Create New Project Dialog - Rails Application - OK

Use this dialog box to configure Rails application settings.

Ruby SDKSelect the desired Ruby interpreter from the list of interpreters installed on your computer.
Rails VersionSelect the desired version of the Rails framework from the list Rails gems installed on your machine.
If the version you need is missing, click browseButton.png to install it in the Install rails gem dialog box. In the same dialog box, you can optionally add dependencies, generate documentation and attach gems to the project.
Rails TemplateIn this field, specify the path to the file that stores Rails template to be used for project creation.
JavaScript LibraryFrom this drop-down list, select the JavaScript library to be used to generate the application for. As of this writing, RubyMine suggests JQuery or Prototype. Alternatively, you can choose to skip the library, and the corresponding code won't be generated.
Preconfigure for selected databaseIf this check box is selected, the new project will be automatically configured for running with the database of the selected type.
Skip Unit::Test filesIf this check box is cleared, RubyMine will produce the test folder, marked as a test root rootTest, with all the necessary infrastructure.
If this check box is selected, RubyMine will not generate the testing infrastructure.
OKClick this button to create the new project with the specified name.
If the dialog has been invoked from the Welcome Screen, the new project will be created immediately. If the dialog box has been invoked from an existing project, RubyMine will suggest to select a window where the new project will be opened: replace the current project in the existing window, or open a new one, and continue working with multiple projects.
Cancel Click this button to cancel operation and close the dialog box. Note that an empty folder with the project name and location you have specified in the Create New Project dialog box will be preserved.

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Last modified: 1 September 2016