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RubyMine includes several commands to quickly perform common tasks, such as converting a Hash from Ruby 1.8 to 1.9 syntax, or viewing an object’s documentation without leaving the current file. These powerful commands eliminate tedious editing and context switching. In this post, we’ll explore them on OS X.
A lightbulb icon indicates intentions are available for the current line. View them with
alt/option + enter.
View documentation inline with
shift + F1 to view it in an external web browser.
If the docs are no help, press
alt/option + space to view the definition inline.
This is a useful way to check if something is defined.
During a debugging session, inspect an object inline with
command + alt/option + F8.
Switch the color scheme, code style scheme, keymap, or look and feel with
control + `
RubyMine’s “quick” commands showcase the power of an IDE. Intentions/quick fixes was the feature that convinced me to dive deeper into RubyMine. Viewing information inline saves time, and avoids losing focus. Once integrated into your workflow, “quick” commands will become some of your most used commands.