OT: Radrails

Sorry, but I have tried signing up for the RadRails list and never can
get a confirmation email. I think it may not exist.

Anyway, I created a project using just cli, now I’m trying to import
the project with no success. I choose the directory and radrails just
sits there not enabling the okay button

Sound familiar ? Maybe I’m doing something wrong.

Stuart

Here’s what I do. Set your workspace to be one directory up from your
project, then create a new project with the same name (same directory
name
of course) as your existing Rails app (File, New, Rails App). RadRails
imports it into your Eclipse workspace and creates a .project file for
it.

I used to do it by copying an existing .project file into my Rails
directory
until I discovered this shortcut.

Hope this helps.

  • Brian

Thanks Brian, I actually discovered the trick about 10 minutes after
posting. My apologies!
Stuart

RadRails still exist, I think. Last email I received on was dated July
11’th
:L

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