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Adding folders from the vendor director to Sprockets manifests 6 0 12 hours ago by James Crosswell
How can I dock the Evaluate Expression window in the debugger? 34 4 2 days ago by Matt Turner
How can I debug a multi-threaded web application? 28 3 2 days ago by Oleg Sukhodolsky
How can I make a custom run config for a non listed build tool? 20 1 2 days ago by Oleg Sukhodolsky
Slight complication with a remote SDK in Rubymine. 32 3 2 days ago by Oleg Sukhodolsky
How to use an environment variable in the arguments field of a run/debug configuration? 27 2 4 days ago by Derrell Durrett
reset Settings 21 1 1 week ago by Oleg Sukhodolsky
IdeaVim Keymap for OS X 38 1 1 week ago by Oleg Sukhodolsky
RubyMine not recognizing Cucumber steps in shared project 130 7 1 week ago by Andrey Vokin
Show public / private / protected methods 40 1 1 week ago by Oleg Sukhodolsky
Connection error while adding new remote interpreter 56 2 1 week ago by Oleg Sukhodolsky
Can't stop RubyMine from creating BOMs 54 3 2 weeks ago by Oleg Sukhodolsky
Fill from Vagrant config not working 47 1 2 weeks ago by Dmitry Trofimov
Discrepancy on recommended JDK version for RubyMine 6.3 43 0 2 weeks ago by Paul McCulloch
How to export query results directly to a local CSV file from RubyMine 52 1 3 weeks ago by Sergey Ignatov
Spork DRb options are out of date. RubyMine will automatically update them. 42 1 3 weeks ago by Oleg Sukhodolsky
TeamCity Rake Runner Plugin isn't compatible with this RSpec version. 87 1 3 weeks ago by Oleg Sukhodolsky
Angular Syntax Highlighting in Rubymine 141 1 3 weeks ago by Evan Sforza
Annoying behaviour of autocomplete while renaming a local variable 90 2 3 weeks ago by Alexander Zolotov
Disable __id__ autocomplete? 39 1 3 weeks ago by Oleg Sukhodolsky
Named backreferences in regexes seem to be not recognized by RubyMine's code inspection 48 1 3 weeks ago by Oleg Sukhodolsky
Issue with Heroku Postgresql and database tools... 35 1 3 weeks ago by ivarv
Excluding ".idea" file from "Find in Path" 44 2 4 weeks ago by Oleg Sukhodolsky
Changing the format of the branch created from Opening a Task? 60 1 1 month ago by Dmitry Avdeev
Disable Spring and Zeus in RubyMine 92 5 1 month ago by Oleg Sukhodolsky
Problems with Macros which include Pasting Text 38 0 1 month ago by Daniel Klingensmith
Unresolved Ruby reference warnings after upgrading to RubyMine 6.3.3 ? 68 2 1 month ago by David Snook
can't run tests on spec folder 91 6 1 month ago by geoff swartz
cannot load debase_internals 64 3 1 month ago by Oleg Sukhodolsky
Respond to prompts in generator window 43 3 1 month ago by Oleg Sukhodolsky
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