How to install Globalize behind a proxy

Hello,

Iam a newbie and i just wanna know how to install Globalize plugin from
the command prompt when iam behind a proxy server…in the case of a gem
install therez an option of -p http://proxyip:port , similarly is there
any command to install globalize or for that matter any plugin if iam
shielded by a proxy?

Thanks in advance

Sathya

hi!

if available, you can download a plugin’s packed version (zip or
tar.gz file) throught http and unpack it into RAILS_ROOT/vendor/plugin
directory. restart your webserver and it’s ready to go.

happy hacking

2006/8/3, Sathya [email protected]:

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Hi Andre,

Thanq for ur prompt reply,but i dont understand how to download this
Globalize plugin directly as a zip file , coz the link they provide in
thier home page
ie http://www.globalize-rails.org/wiki/pages/example is

http://svn.globalize-rails.org/svn/globalize/globalize/trunk, this link
directs to a web page containing some links, but i dont understand how
can i download any file from these links…

Please help

Sathya

André Camargo wrote:

hi!

if available, you can download a plugin’s packed version (zip or
tar.gz file) throught http and unpack it into RAILS_ROOT/vendor/plugin
directory. restart your webserver and it’s ready to go.

happy hacking

2006/8/3, Sathya [email protected]:

Sathya


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