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How do I add a ruby gem to my rubymine  ?

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I need ruby gem:

require 'win32/clipboard'

I am using ruby mine


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You can do it as you normally would: through the gem command. If you add the gem, then startup RubyMine, it will recognize what you've got installed.

Alternatively, you can do it in RubyMine go to "Preferences" (possibly "Tools | Options" in Windows?) and you'll see the "Ruby SDK and Gems" option.  There you can Attach, Install, or Update Gems.

Just make sure you have the correct Ruby interpreter selected.
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Glad that helped... thanks for the points!
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