Forum: Ruby on Rails Setting up Ruby + RubyOnRails on the new intel mac (any feed

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Thibaut Barrère (Guest)
on 2006-02-09 14:00
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I'm about to attempt to setup RoR on an iMac powered by an Intel core

Before I start, is there anyone who would have some feedback about a
setup (and likely, the caveats hidden down there) ?


Pat M. (Guest)
on 2006-02-09 14:03
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I bet it will build just from source and you should be good
to go.
Harm de Laat (Guest)
on 2006-02-09 15:46
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I built from source... Indeed it built fine...
However... I had some trouble getting RMagick to work.
So eventualy I gave up and tried my luck with Locomotive (which is still
This actualy works! And because it is not a big app like Photoshop or
anything, it runs smoothly and very responsive under Rosetta.

Good luck!
Ryan R. (Guest)
on 2006-02-09 21:23
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Yes, as Pat says, Locomotive works just fine on the new Intel iMac
despite being a PPC program running under Rosetta.  As far as I can
tell, there are no differences between Locomotive on ppc and on intel.

In fact, it works so well that I'm not making a Universal Binary of the
current version, but forging ahead with new features for Locomotive 2.0
(which will be a Universal Binary).



On Thursday, February 09, 2006, at 2:46 PM, Harm de Laat wrote:
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Michael T. (Guest)
on 2006-02-09 21:46
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Braggards, all of you. :)  I want one!
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