Forum: Ruby on Rails Anyone familiar with Bort? How is it supposed to be used?

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Ralph W. (Guest)
on 2009-02-10 17:23
Noob here, obviously.

I checked Bort out and was left a bit confused. It seems everything I
try to do either breaks or interferes with some of its default
configurations and plugins.

I realize Bort is intended for people who already know their way around
an app, and what they are doing, and not as a shortcut for noobs, but I
am really intrigued, and would like to have a better idea of how to even
begin playing with it.

So if someone could provide a quick sort of "checklist" of how to get
things rolling properly with it, I would appreciate.
Freddy A. (Guest)
on 2009-02-10 19:35
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You are right Bort is not a noob app, but its very easy to setup.



    * Download and unzip Bort
    * Edit the database.yml and the settings.yml files
    * Changed the default password in the bort migration
    * Edit the REST_AUTH_SITE_KEY in each of the environment files
    * Rake db:migrate
    * Have a brew and celebrate

That's from the Bort site. Is there something in particular that is
breaking? I have used Bort and other apps like it many times as the
base for my applications just to get a jump start on the basic
functions...
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