Instant Rails 2.0 Released

I am happy to announce the release of Instant Rails 2.0. This is my
first
release after taking over the project for Curt H… I hope I can do
as
good a job as he has, thanks Curt.

This release is part of bringing the environment up-to-date, no earth
shattering changes but the following is updated:

  • Ruby 1.8.6 Patch Level 111 with tons of bug fixes and new updated
    gems
  • Ruby on Rails 2.0.2
  • RubyGems 1.0.1
  • Rake 0.8.0
  • Mongrel 1.1.2
  • SQLite3

Instant Rails 2.0 can be downloaded from RubyForge
nowhttp://rubyforge.org/frs/?group_id=904,
please take a look at the Release
Noteshttp://instantrails.rubyforge.org/wiki/wiki.pl?Release_Notes_For_Instant_Rails_2.0to
see all the updates. Please submit questions to the Instant
Rails list http://rubyforge.org/mail/?group_id=904

Thanks to everyones input in this release and I will be announcing
future
updates from the comments I have received as well as future input.

-Rob B.
http://www.accidentaltechnologist.com

Thanks Rob!

Hi Rob,

Thanks to you and Curt H. for a most important Rails support
system.

  1. Upgraded to InstantRails 2 today 30/12/2007.

  2. Mongrel wont run.

  3. No SCGI_Rails file in my previous app’s root or public subdirectory
    as stated in “How to Upgrade Notes”.
    “The way SCGI_Rails is implemented has changed. In Instant Rails
    preview2,
    the SCGI Rails Runner (“scgi_rails”) was physically placed in your
    app’s
    “public” subdirectory, and a startup cmd file (“start_scgi.cmd”) was
    placed
    in your app’s root directory.”

  4. No “Configure SCGI Settings …” button on my IR interface as stated
    in the notes.
    “For each Rails application, select it and press the button
    “Configure SCGI Settings…””

  5. The normal Apache and Windows config file options are on the IR
    interface as before and I have updated these.

  6. Am I missing something basic? (apologies if I am) Help!

Regards
euro

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