railsinstaller for Windows: 1. *[This is actually Step 5:] *The remaining steps will require you to have a text editor. There are various text editors you can use out there but I'll put one below that is fairly popular in the developer community. - Visit link to download: Sublime Text <http://www.sublimetext.com/> - After downloading and installing Sublime Text you'll need to install its command line functionality: - Open up the folder containing your SublimeText.exe file. Should be under something like: C:\Program Files\Sublime_Text_2.exe - Copy that .exe file and paste it into the same folder. Rename the copied file to something like "subl" or whatever command you want to use to call it from the command prompt - Copy the file path of your current folder or the folder that contains your newly created subl.exe file - Right click on "My Computer", click on "Advanced System Settings", click on "Environment Variables", scroll down to the system variables on the bottom and find a variable called "Path", click "Edit". Now type a semicolon ";" and paste the path that you copied earlier. Now exit out of everything by clicking "OK" and restart your Command Line Prompt - You can now visit the folder of your rails application and open your new rails app with Sublime Text $ cd railsinstaller_demo $ subl . 2. *[This is actually Step 6:] **Now that you have your rails demo app open in the text editor*... Um... yeah, not so much: I've followed all the directions up to this point, and everything I've been told to install has installed without error, but as far as I can tell, I do not "have my rails demo app open" in Sublime Text. Typing "subl ." in the command prompt just re-ran the Sublime Text installer. Launching it now I see no sign of my railsinstaller_demo app, I have no idea how to open it, or if I have even afforded myself that capability yet. Which means I'm at a standstill. Help! Thank you... Bruce
on 2013-03-11 18:28
on 2013-03-12 14:26
on 2013-03-12 14:31
On Tue, Mar 12, 2013 at 8:24 AM, bruceb01 <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Bump... This is not a forum, your bump is useless and just spamming me. Even more useless when you don't even quote yourself.