[OT] Rails is built into OS X 10.5

This coming out of WWDC. Pretty cool to see this kind of thing happen.

Rails is built in? Ummm… what exactly does that mean?

On Aug 7, 2006, at 1:17 PM, J “Brien” wrote:

This coming out of WWDC. Pretty cool to see this kind of thing happen.

I wasn’t there but I think I read the same blow-by-blow account as
you (macrumorslive.com). They are not building in support for Rails
(any more than they already do by shipping Ruby); they are supporting
built-in Braille for blind users.

But then again, maybe I missed something too…

cr

On 8/7/06, Steve I. [email protected] wrote:

No, they said Rails, not Braille.

Yup… Look at: http://live.appleinsider.com

08/07 10:57am Rails support built into Leopard (dev scripting envoirnment) - kasper

Chuck R. wrote:

I wasn’t there but I think I read the same blow-by-blow account as
you (macrumorslive.com). They are not building in support for Rails
(any more than they already do by shipping Ruby); they are supporting
built-in Braille for blind users.

But then again, maybe I missed something too…

No, they said Rails, not Braille.

Rails is built into the Dev scripting environment now.

http://www.apple.com/server/macosx/leopard/more.html

"Internet and Web

Leopard Server also features […] Ruby on Rails with Mongrel for
simplified development and deployment of web-based applications."

Looks like I will need to upgrade my xserve to 10.5 next year…

On Mon, 2006-08-07 at 14:05 -0500, Greg D. wrote:

On 8/7/06, Steve I. [email protected] wrote:

No, they said Rails, not Braille.

Yup… Look at: http://live.appleinsider.com

08/07 10:57am Rails support built into Leopard (dev scripting envoirnment) - kasper

Spring of 2007 ?

sheesh - will anyone even care by then?

Craig

I think this is best explained by DHH himself.
http://weblog.rubyonrails.com/2006/8/7/ruby-on-rails-will-ship-with-os-x-10-5-leopard

On 8/7/06, James A. [email protected] wrote:

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On Aug 7, 2006, at 2:35 PM, James A. wrote:

Rails is built in? Ummm… what exactly does that mean?

We’ll find out for sure when it’s released, but it likely means that
10.5 comes with everything you need to develop/run rails apps as soon
as you install the OS. Maybe there’ll be mild configuration
necessary, but hopefully not.
-Mat

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