Trying Out RubyMine 6.0

December 3, 2013 Jared Carroll

Last week, JetBrains released RubyMine 6.0. The most significant feature is multi-project support; perfect for component-based Rails architectures. However, in this post, we’ll look at OS X keyboard shortcuts for some of the other new features.

Search Everywhere

Quickly press shift twice to search files, classes, symbols, IDE actions, preferences, etc.

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Find Folder

Navigate to file, command + shift + O, now supports navigating to directories.

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You must include a “/” at the end of the directory name.

Migration Fields in Structure View

File structure, command + F12, now supports finding model fields.

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Selecting a field will navigate to its migration.

Terminal

Open a terminal with option + F12.

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Upgrade It

A decent mix of big and small features and fixes, coupled with an overall increase in speed, makes the new RubyMine well worth the upgrade.

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