Opening, Reopening, and Closing Projects
RubyMine lets you open several projects simultaneously in different windows. By default, each time you open a project while another one is opened, RubyMine prompts you to choose whether to open the project in the same window or in a new window.
If necessary, choose one of the options in the Project Opening section of the System Settings page to change this behavior:
Open project in new window to open a new RubyMine window each time a new project is opened.
Open project in the same window to stay in the same RubyMine window.
Confirm window to open project in to keep the default behavior and display a dialog to choose how to open each new project.
Open a project
Open a project from the command line
In the command prompt, type:
See Opening Files from Command Line for more information.
Reopening recent projects
RubyMine keeps the history list of the recent projects, from which you can select the desired one.
When RubyMine starts, the most recent project reopens by default (unless this option is disabled on the System Settings page of the Settings/Preferences dialog (Ctrl+Alt+S).
Reopen a recent project
Clickon the menu and select the desired project from the list.
Note that the list also contains the projects that share one window.
Specify whether you want to open the project in a new window, reuse the current window, or attach it to the currently opened project.
Invoke the Run Anything dialog by pressing Ctrl twice (or search for Run anything in Ctrl+Shift+A). In the Run Anything dialog, type Open to see the list of recent projects:
On the Welcome screen, click the project of interest in the left-hand pane where the list of your recent projects is shown. Start typing in the Welcome screen to filter the list of recent projects.
Remove a project from the list of recent projects
Click Manage Projects at the very bottom of the recent project list.on the menu, then click
Click the closing icon for the project to remove. The selected project will be removed from the list of the recent project in the Project window and on the Welcome screen.
To remove a project only from the list on the Welcome Screen, right-click the target project and select Remove Selected from Welcome Screen.
Organizing projects into groups
RubyMine allows you to organize projects into specified groups. You can create a new group by right-clicking the list of recent projects and selecting New Project Group.
To move a project into a group, right-click this project, select Move to Group, and choose the required group to place the project in.
When the only open project is closed, the Welcome screen is displayed. In case of multiple projects, each one is closed with its window.
To close a project
From the main menu, select.