I have create a small tutorial on how to get running with JRuby on
Please help me whether I have missed on something.
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Overall, looks good!
I had a similar blog post some time ago (to have a fastest possible way
to set things up from scratch):
Looking at the steps outlined in your blog entry, here are a couple of
comments, to simplify things:
You don’t really need to install gem manually. It should come with
There is no need to add “–include-dependencies” to gem command,
this is a default behavior.
As far as I remember, there is no need to specify -e development,
this is a default mode. Also, if mongrel is installed, then jruby
scritp/server would start it by default (and in development mode).
There is no need to specify driver entry in database config, setting
should be enough.
On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 12:32 PM, Partogi, Joshua
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