How can one use GRUFF with locomotive ( I guess there is a w


#1

Hi:

I love Locomotive and use it exclusively for my rails projects. I’d
like to install GRUFF and give it a try (a graph image creation
package). I know I can do sudo gem install gruff from the command
line for normal ruby and rails. How do I make gems available to
Locomotive?

bruce


#2

Hi Bruce,

You can extend the Locomotive rails bundles the same way. Open a
Terminal from Locomotive and sudo gem install <gemname> away!

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#3

Thanks, Ryan.

And anyone reading this who might be interested, do give Locomotive a
try. I love it; you may too.

bruce


#4

Hi,

just a silly question to this (i’m new to mac, so please forgive):

after typing "sudo gem install gruff " I get
“gem: command not found”

Do I need ruby for this? Is there a package for mac, or do I have to
compile? I don’t want the complete RoR-mac-package, as I already have
mysql.

Thanks,
Beate


#5

I have it, sorry.
http://maczealots.com/tutorials/ruby-on-rails/
helped me a lot.

Beate


#6

On Jan 8, 2006, at 6:49 AM, Beate P. wrote:

just a silly question to this (i’m new to mac, so please forgive):

after typing "sudo gem install gruff " I get
“gem: command not found”

This shouldn’t happen if you’re opening your Terminal window from
within Locomotive. When you do that, you get the whole ruby,
lighttpd, gem, rails, etc… environment automatically added to your
path.

–Steve