Working with diagrams
RubyMine lets you utilize UML diagrams to analyze Ruby classes, Rails models, gem dependencies, and so on. Depending on the project type and current context (for example, a file/folder selected in a project view or a caret position in the editor), you can use the following diagram types:
Ruby Class Diagram
Rails Model Dependency Diagram
Gem Dependency Diagram
Show class diagram
To display a diagram for a class, do the following:
Right-click the required class in a project view and selectCtrl+Shift+Alt+U:
In the invoked popup select Ruby Class Diagram and press Enter to display a class diagram in the editor:
You can edit a generated diagram in various ways: add Space or remove Delete classes, display methods and class variables, add notes, and so on.
Show model diagram
If you work with a Rails project, you can display a dependency diagram for a Rails model. To do this:
Press Ctrl+Shift+Alt+U, select Rails Model Dependency Diagram in the invoked popup and press Enter:
As for class diagrams, you can edit a model diagram: add Space and remove Delete tables, display association, and migration fields, add notes, and so on.
RubyMine also lets you create new models right from a diagram. To do this, right-click a diagram and select New | ActiveRecord Model. Learn more at Create models.
RubyMine enables you to save a diagram to a UML file. This can be useful, for example, if you want to add a diagram's UML file to VSC.
To save a diagram:
Click the button in the toolbar:
In the invoked dialog, locate a required directory and click Save.
Work with source code
Diagrams help you to work with source code in several ways. Right-click the desired node in a diagram and select one of the following actions:
Configure diagram settings
To configure default settings for diagrams, open the Settings/Preferences dialog and go to the page. Here you can configure the diagram layout, specify various options for different kinds of diagrams and so on.