Forum: Ruby on Rails phpinfo for RoR?

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harm (Guest)
on 2007-06-30 01:06
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Dear all,

Is there something like phpinfo() for RoR? I have a dual install of
ruby and would like to know which version I am actually using.
Thanks in advance!

rob (Guest)
on 2007-06-30 02:04
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`ruby -v` at the commandline
Eric A. (Guest)
on 2007-06-30 02:12
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rob wrote:
> `ruby -v` at the commandline

Also for what version of Rails check the following:

* vendor/rails (if you have frozen rails)
* gem search rails
* if multiple versions of the gem are installed check
config/environment.rb. If the gem version is listed that is the version
you are using. Otherwise you are floating so the most recent gem is
being used.

Rick O. (Guest)
on 2007-06-30 02:25
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On 6/29/07, Eric A. <removed_email_address@domain.invalid> wrote:
> rob wrote:
> > `ruby -v` at the commandline

script/about in your rails app directory.

Rick O.
bVs (Guest)
on 2007-06-30 08:48
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A more graphical "ruby script/about" would be to start the server
*ruby script/server
*and then clicking on "About your application's environment" after
pointing your browser to
harm (Guest)
on 2007-06-30 23:11
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I considered the 'ruby -v' option of course but that will give me the
Ruby version my commandline is using. And I am not convinced that
Rails is using the same.
But this 'script/about' and the graphical version thereof is exactly
what I was looking for. I should have thought of this.

Thanks you all!

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