Apologies if this is a silly question but I have only recently started using RubyMine.
I have ImageMagick successfully installed using MacPorts and can Bundle Install Rmagick from the command line with no problem.
However, I am now building a project in RubyMine 3.2.4 (on OS X Lion).
When I try to bundle install the RMagick gem from RubyMine I get the messages below in the console.
ImageMagic is installed in /opt/local/lib/
Any help gratefully received!
it happens due to the way Mac OS X works with environment variables (such as Path). Please see http://devnet.jetbrains.net/docs/DOC-1160 on how to setup environment variables to be picked up by RubyMine
Many thanks Dennis!
I'm getting there, but I seem to be confused about copying across the paths to the Environment Variables Panel.
With PATH as key, and its value set to: /opt/local/bin:/opt/local/sbin:$PATH
I can find ImageMagick.
But RubyMine still needs the path to gcc.
If I try to add in
to the above value and save it, the Environment Variables Panel takes it out again.
Sorry for the silly question - I've so rarely needed to worry about these things.
Environment Variables preference pane doesn't understand variables substitution (like $PATH), you need to specify full value manually, like
Most likely that should fix the problem
Yes, that's me sorted! I should have looked at the ReadMe more carefully.
Thank you Dennis - if you're ever passing Guildford in the UK I owe you lunch :Z
Just a quick note should anyone else need to read this - there seems to be a little issue with Environment Variables preference pane if you edit an existing path. I could not get it to save the change (if I edited, clicked save, closed and reopened the pane then the value reverted to the original version). Deleting the entry and then adding a new entry with the full updated value did work, though.