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Those of you wanting to try out Rails...

edited October 2005 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
I know some of you were having problems getting Ruby on Rails up and running on Windows. This should make it easy:

Instant Rails
Something similar for the Mac


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    I still manage to get errors :D

    Still, it's the closest I've got to actually having it installed :)

    Thanks for the link.
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    Right on, I am definatelly gonna check that out. Nice find.
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    Does anyone else getting it ask for a password?
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    I get the same issues with Instant Rails as I do with my other install. I can build apps and do other things, and it all works. Only I cannot generate scaffolds or use rake. I get errors asking for ruby16-ming32.dll (or something like that). Same issue with both rails installs. Ive installed rails on ubuntu linux and everything works fine, no problems. Seems like everyones rails packages are still missing some key files. So its no help to me. But it is great for those that want to play with rails a little and dont want to install Apache, MySQL, Rails, and deal with all the other crap of configuring it all.
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    I had to use WinRAR to open the Zip file. Was causing explorer to freeze. I tried like 4 times and kept crashing.
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    WinRAR is my saviour.
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    lechlech Chicagoland
    eww winrar, get 7zip instead :D
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