Using Emacs as an External Editor
Emacs is an advanced text editor that allows you to comprehensively operate with your code. Using Emacs implies fully adjustable editing based on the language you use for coding.
This article explains how to add Emacs to RubyMine and use it to modify your code.
Configure Emacs as an external editing tool
In the Settings/Preferences dialog Ctrl+Alt+S, select .
In thewindow, click to create a new tool.
Specify name, group and description based on your preferences.
In the Tool Settings section:
Program: click and select path to the Emacs application
Arguments: click and select
FilePathfrom the list
Working directory: click and select
ProjectFileDirfrom the list
Clear the Open console for tool output checkbox.
Apply changes and exit.
Open current file in Emacs editor
From the, select .
Separate window will appear with the Emacs editor: