Today was the first I had heard of RadRails (as I’m new to ROR) and I am
running the Windows version w/o any problems at all. I’m using it right
now to run and debug my app and it beats the heck out of the way I was
doing things before!
For me, it’s a keeper. I’m just a newbie and not doing anything too
complicated - so maybe my experience is different from other more
advanced users. I was a little worried when I downloaded it and I saw
all the jar files in the zip file. I went ahead and extracted the files
and double-clicked on radrails.exe and it magically worked! That is my
experience so far.
Pete Y. firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
whinge mode on
You guys are lucky that this is your only problem! I’ve tried the
last three versions of RadRails and can’t make it work at all. For
some reason it can’t find rails on my system, so fails to create
projects or run anything. I’ve e-mailed the RadRails developers,
filed a bug (http://dev.radrails.org/trac/ticket/272), and still got
nowhere. All they tell me is that rails needs to be in my path. Guess
what? It is! I run it every day. RadRails still can’t find it.
What I don’t understand is, if RadRails is a double clickable app on
OS X, where is it supposed to be getting my path from? It’s not being
run inside a shell, so my rc files will not be run, and the path will
not be set.
(Setup for the interested is: OS X 10.4.3, ruby and rails installed