What’s Mining: Chef Integration
Following the main concepts of Chef the plugin introduces cookbooks, recipes and resources in the IDE. It provides marking/detection options for a cookbook and code insight for a resource and for its attributes. Please note you need to install Chef gem before you start.
Cookbooks are presented in RubyMine as a new kind of the project source root. So to define a directory as a cookbook you are to mark it as ‘Cookbook’ source root. This action is available via context menu in the Project View as well as in the Settings | Project Structure:
If a directory contains ‘recipes’ folder with a ruby file inside, the directory is detected as a cookbook and you’re asked whether to add it or not:
Since the folder is marked as a cookbook, code insight is available f0r any ruby file inside the ‘recipes’. E.g. one can complete any Chef resource or navigate to its definition into the Chef library:
Resource’s own attributes and inherited ones are also available inside the resource code block:
Wherever it’s possible RubyMine suggests attribute arguments such as allowed actions for the action attribute; actions for the notifies and subscribes; all boolean arguments; and many more.
Develop with pleasure!
JetBrains RubyMine Team
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