To work with a Ruby project in RubyMine, you need to configure the required Ruby interpreter. You can set the interpreter for the currently opened project or when creating a new project.

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Configuring the Ruby interpreter depends on the way you installed it:

  • If you installed Ruby using a package manager (apt for Ubuntu, Homebrew for macOS, and so on) or Ruby installer (for example, RubyInstaller for Windows), you need to add it manually.

  • If you installed Ruby using a version manager, RubyMine should detect interpreters automatically. In this case, you can select the desired version.

  • If you are using Ruby installed in an isolated environment (Docker, Vagrant, WSL, and so on), RubyMine allows you to configure it as a remote interpreter.

To learn about supported Ruby versions, see Supported Ruby/Rails versions.

Add a local interpreter

To add a local interpreter manually, perform the following steps:

  1. Open the Settings/Preferences dialog Ctrl+Alt+S.

  2. In the Ruby SDK and Gems page, click the button and select New local:

  3. Provide a path to the Ruby executable, for example:

    • /usr/local/bin/ruby for Ruby installed on macOS using Homebrew.

    • /usr/bin/ruby for Ruby installed on Linux using apt.

    • C:Ruby26-x64binruby.exe for Ruby installed on Windows using RubyInstaller.

    RubyMine will display the added interpreter along with automatically detected interpreters.

  4. To remove the interpreter from the list, select it, and click the button.

RubyMine allows you to use your custom environment for running any Ruby command from within RubyMine. To do this, you need to provide environment variable values or a path to a configuration script when adding a local interpreter.

  1. Open the Settings/Preferences dialog Ctrl+Alt+S.

  2. In the Ruby SDK and Gems page, click the button and select New local with custom configurator:

  3. In the invoked dialog, provide a path to the Ruby executable as described in Add an interpreter. Then, configure the Custom configurator in one of the following ways:

    • Specify the environment variable values directly.

      Example:env API_KEY=123

    • If you use a shell script to load environment variables, you need to provide an absolute path to this script.

      Example:/bin/bash /Users/jetbrains/sample_app/env.sh

      Note that the *.sh file should have '$@' at the end to allow RubyMine to pass some commands required for adding an interpreter.

    • If you use direnv to load and unload environment variables, pass a path to the directory with the .envrc file to the direnv exec command.

      Example:direnv exec /Users/jetbrains/sample_app

    • If you use Shadowenv to customize your project environment, pass a path to the project directory to the shadow exec command.

      Example:shadowenv exec --dir /Users/jetbrains/sample_app --

    Click OK to add an interpreter.

  4. Select the added interpreter and click OK in the Settings/Preferences dialog.

Select an auto-detected interpreter

Select an interpreter on the Ruby SDK and Gems page

To select the auto-detected Ruby interpreter maintained by the version manager, follow the steps below:

  1. Invoke the Settings/Preferences dialog Ctrl+Alt+S and go to the Ruby SDK and Gems page.

  2. Choose the required Ruby interpreter. You can also choose the gemset for the RVM and rbenv version managers.

  3. For the selected Ruby interpreter/gemset, you can see the installed gems on the right. Learn more about Ruby gems support at Bundler.

If you have issues with detecting local Ruby interpreters maintained by your version manager, follow the steps from How to: Debug detecting of Ruby interpreters.

If you use RVM or rbenv to manage local Ruby SDKs, you can quickly set the required interpreter using Run Anything:

  1. Press Ctrl twice.

  2. In the invoked popup, start typing rvm use or rbenv shell, select the required interpreter and press Enter.

  3. (Optional) If necessary, click the Rollback button in the popup that informs about the changed SDK.

Note that RubyMine supports auto-switching an interpreter/gemset if your project has the .ruby-version/ .ruby-gemset or .versions.conf files.

Add a remote interpreter

Various remote development tools, such as Docker, Vagrant, or Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), allow you to use an isolated environment for developing your applications. This can be useful in multiple cases, for example, if you want to:

  • Develop in an isolated environment to avoid impacting your local machine configuration.

  • Run, debug, and test your application on the same operating system you deploy.

  • Develop Linux-deployed applications using the Windows Subsystem for Linux.

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You can prepare the desired Ruby/Rails setup in a remote environment using Docker Compose, Vagrant box, or WSL. Then, you can add the remote Ruby interpreter in RubyMine and run, debug, and test your application in an isolated environment right from the IDE.

To configure a remote Ruby interpreter, follow these steps:

  1. On the toolbar, click , and choose New remote..:

  2. In the Configure Remote Ruby Interpreter dialog, select the desired option (SSH, Docker Compose, and so on) and specify the required settings.

    • WSL (for Windows only)

    Note that when you are using a remote interpreter, RubyMine downloads gems from a remote machine to a local cache to be able to use code insight features. In this case, you may encounter a situation when new gems were installed on a remote machine outside the IDE. To update a set of gems stored in a local cache, click the Synchronize gems button in the Ruby SDK and Gems page.

  3. (Optional) Specify mappings between files of a local and remote project. To do this, click the button. In the Edit Project Path Mappings dialog, specify the local and remote project root paths.

    Note that RubyMine detects Vagrant synced folders, WSL mappings, and so on. These mappings are listed in this dialog and cannot be changed.

By default, RubyMine installed on Linux or macOS downloads remote gems using the rsync utility. This speeds up the downloading process. You can change the default behavior and disable the use of rsync by utilizing the RubyMine registry. To invoke the Registry dialog, press Ctrl+Shift+A, type Registry…, select it and press Enter. Then, use the following options to enable or disable rsync:

  • Linux and macOS: ide.remote.interpreters.use.rsync

  • Windows: ide.remote.interpreters.rsync.enabled.on.windows

New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….

Original story (published on December 29, 2020) follows:

Realme, following its Realme UI 2.0 (Android 11) roadmap, has already started the deployment of the major OS update.

The company has so far remained true to its words as Realme devices that were scheduled to get the Realme UI 2.0 update have already started receiving it.

After a series of contradicting events from the Twitter handle of Realme India Support, the Realme UI 2.0 (Android 11) has begun rolling out in line with the proposed timeline. These devices are Realme X2 Pro, Realme 6 Pro, and the Realme 7.

The Realme Community admin, in a series of posts, has announced an Early Access program for these devices.

Realme 6 Pro Realme 7 Realme X2 Pro Realme UI 2.0

A user has to go through an application that is in the form of Google forms before bagging the update. Notably, this update is only going to be available for a limited set of users, primarily on a first-in-first-out basis.

The application channels have gone live and in case you are a user of any one of these devices, you should head to the google form and register yourself to get the first taste of the Realme UI 2.0.

  • Device: Realme X2 Pro
  • Announcement: Here
  • Device: Realme 6 Pro
  • Announcement: Here
  • Device: Realme 7
  • Announcement: Here

Realme, with this program, aims to provide users with the first look at Realme UI 2.0 on their devices. The stable version of the skin will be released after it is stable enough and therefore, may take some time.

As this version still requires polishing, users may expect bugs and issues after installing these builds. There’s a feedback channel in place where bug reports can be lodged.

We saw Realme increasing the Early Access quota to invite more Realme 7 Pro users. For what it’s worth, the same could be expected for these devices as well in the near future.

As for Narzo 20 Pro, it remains unclear as the announcement hasn’t been made yet. Having been scheduled for this month, an imminent rollout is expected.

In the meantime, you can even pay a visit to our Realme UI 2.0 (Android 11) update tracker.

With that said, we assure our readers a blazing fast coverage in this domain.

Update 1 (December 30)

IST 01:35 pm Realme Narzo 20 Pro users in India can also apply for the Realme UI 2.0 (Android 11) Early Access update as the OEM has started the recruitment for the same. Full coverage here.

Update 2 (January 12, 2021)

IST 11:05 am With 500 seats, the second batch of registrations for the Android 11-based Realme UI 2.0 early access beta application forms has opened up for the Realme X2 Pro, Realme 7, and Realme 6 Pro.

Update 2 (January 28, 2021)

IST 06:25 pm As per an alleged screenshot of a conversation between a user and Realme support, the Open Beta program will go live this week for the Realme X2 Pro. Further, the device will get the stable update by the end of March. Check out all the details here.

Update 3 (February 09, 2021)

IST 12:50 pm Realme has reportedly released the third beta update for the Realme 6 Pro to users in India. The C.11 update brings a bunch of fixes to the device. We’ve shared the changelog below:

Camera
– Optimized the 64M mode to turn on the colorful flash and colorful effect
– Fixed the problem of camera flashback when taking photos in night scene mode
– Fixed the video front click super anti-shake, the field of view has no change, no anti-shake effect
– Fixed the problem of turning on the model and time watermark after the video mode, select the resolution as 720P, and there is a green bar on the left side of the shooting image
– Fixed the problem that the preview interface becomes blurred when the video mode is switched to zoom above 5X
– Fixed the problem that the preview interface becomes blurred when the video mode is switched to zoom above 5X
– Fixed the problem of screen jitter when switching between rear preview and above 2x
– Fixed the problem of blue lines appearing at the bottom of the camera in the rear night scene mode
– Fixed the flash photography in bright environment, the thumbnail has no flash effect

Settings
– Fixed the problem of repeating the interface when clicking on the icon style or desktop layout in the personalized customization without doing any operation, and clicking the recent task personalized customization
– Fixed the problem of opening the Wi-Fi interface from the notification bar and clicking the recent task, no task is displayed in the recent task

Realme 7 users who have registered for the Realme UI 2.0 Early Access program are also getting the second beta update. The update is available as version C.03 and brings a few fixes and optimizations as per a report.

System
– Optimized the wake-up success rate of Google Voice Assistant
– Optimized performance to improve system stability
– Fixed the probabilistic issue that the phone is silent after system upgrade
– Fixed the issue that sound delay when playing video

Camera
– Optimized the switching speed of front and rear cameras
– Optimized the photo effect after turning on the beauty
– Optimized the photo effect in portrait mode
– Fixed the issue that excessive noise when using the rear camera to record
– Fixed the issue that a few third-party apps calling the camera with a black screen
– Fixed the probabilistic issue that the rotating phone will crash when using the camera for continuous shooting

Recharge
– Optimized charger adaptation logic
– Fixed the issue that the charging icon is displayed abnormally in the shutdown state

Update 4 (February 10, 2021)

10:05 am (IST): Realme has now begun rolling out the third beta update to Realme X2 Pro users who registered for the Early Access program. The update bears the software version F.06 and weighs 536 MB. The changelog has been shared below:

Bluetooth
– Fixed the issue that Bluetooth will be automatically disconnected when dual headphones are turned on to play music at the same time.
Camera
– Fixed the probabilistic issue that the 3-finger screenshot fails after continuous shooting with a 64M camera.

Screenshot
– Fixed the issue that the sharing interface was not fully displayed when taking a screenshot on the phone in the Landscape mode.
Navigation
– Fixed the issue that the sliding gesture to return to the previous level failed
– Fixed the probabilistic issue that unresponsiveness of sliding gestures on both sides
(Via)

Update 5 (February 20, 2021)

12:20 pm (IST): It appears that Realme has opened up the Realme UI 2.0 Early Access registrations once again for the Realme 7 as per a few user reports (1, 2, 3). Those who successfully register to the program should get the update soon.

Update 6 (March 11)

IST 12:08 pm: Realme X2 Pro users can head towards their update center to find another beta update. The stable Android 11 update for the device still elusive. Head here to know more.

Update 7 (March 16)

IST 11:50 am: 3 months after the early access program, Realme has opened up the Android 11 Open Beta application for the Realme 6 Pro. More information on that here.

Update 8 (March 20)

Macos

Rollback Mac Security Update

IST 11:50 am: Realme 7 users from the Android 11 Early Access program have an update with version C.04 lying in their update centers. The update weighs 729 MB which means there could be multiple additions and optimizations.

Update 9 (March 22)

IST 02:14 pm: All Realme 6 Pro Early Access recruits have started receiving a new camera-centric Android 11 beta update. The update has an identifying label as C.13 and weighs 209 MB. Here’s the changelog.

Source (1, 2, 3)

Update

Update 10 (March 23)

IST 09:14 pm: Realme X2 Pro Android 11 Public Beta is rolling out specifically to Chinese units. The company is also rolling out a downgrade package for those who wish to rollback. Head here to read more.

Update 11 (March 25)

IST 10:49 am: Good news for Realme 7 device owners as they woke up to an Android 11 Open Beta this morning. The application invites users to try the latest Realme UI 2.0 update. Head here to know more.

Note: We have more such stories in our dedicated Realme Section so be sure to follow them as well.

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