RubyMine supports the Puppet language syntax and allows you to work with Puppet modules and environments. These capabilities are implemented by utilizing the Puppet Support plugin.
The main supported features are:
Support for the Puppet language syntax, including Puppet 3, Puppet 4+, and the EPP template language.
Syntax highlighting and formatting code according to the Puppet style guide.
The following gems are required to work with Puppet modules and environments:
Create a Puppet module
To create a new Puppet module
Choose File | New Project… from the main menu.
In the New Project dialog, choose Puppet Module on the left.
Then, specify the project location and select the required Ruby SDK. If the puppet gem is not installed in the selected SDK, RubyMine will suggest you do this.
Finally, specify the Author username, Module name, and click Create. The created project comprises the Puppet module structure. You can learn how to create Puppet modules from its documentation.
Open Puppet modules and environments
RubyMine automatically recognizes opened Puppet modules or environments (for instance, by availability of metadata.json or environment.conf files) and marks them with corresponding icons in the project tree.
After opening a module or environment, you can install its dependencies.
RubyMine allows you to install the module/environment dependencies specified in the following files:
If the module contains a .fixtures.yml file, RubyMine will install dependencies using rake tasks into the spec/fixtures/modules directory. In this case, the IDE does not check next sources.
If there is a Puppetfile, RubyMine installs dependencies using librarian-puppet into the .dependencies directory (or to modules for environments).
In case of a project contains metadata.json, RubyMine installs dependencies using librarian-puppet in the same way as from the Puppetfile.
To install the module/environment dependencies, right-click the module in the Project tool window and select Install dependencies for module <name> or Install dependencies for environment <name>.
If the project’s SDK does not have the librarian-puppet gem installed, RubyMine will suggest you do this.
Configure Puppet-related settings
The Settings/Preferences dialog Ctrl+Alt+S allows you to configure the following settings related to Puppet:
The Language and Frameworks | Puppet page allows you to configure the Puppet language version and the path to librarian-puppet.
Editor | Code Style | Puppet contains code style settings for the Puppet language.
Editor | Inspections allows you to configure inspection settings.
On the Editor | Live templates page, you can create custom live templates for the Puppet language in the same way as for other languages.