The ruby/rails/ruby installer has many bugs in Windows 8. If you don’t
install Ruby in the exactly folder as is suggested, (e.g.: if you
install in something like “d:\my apps\ruby”), it won’t work, because the
installer have trouble dealing with special characters, with whitespaces
in the path, with more than 8 characters in the folder name (reminds me
the old ms-dos), and I guess that some lines in the source-code has this
default path explicitly written.
Beside this you may also contact Ruby on Rails experts in India; Since
they can easily guide and solve your many problems.
This won’t be a direct reply to your question, but if you’re thinking
serious development use linux-based dev environment.
You can use Virtualbox on your Windows to install Linux on it…
Just my advice.
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