RadRails config? Getting blank project only created?

Hi,

Does anyone know how to correctly configure RadRails (0.7)?

I can’t seem to get 0.7 version of radrails to create a Rails project.
All I get is a blank project. I have ensured that my PATH does point to
my ruby\bin area. Also any clarification regarding which directory
(with an example) should be used for the following preferences setting
(are they asking for a file or directory):

  • Preferences-Rails-Gems-Rails = example?

  • Preferences-Rails-Gems-Rake = example?

  • Ruby-InstalledIntepreters = example?

Thanks

Tks Dr Nic,

Still no luck. I just tried this for the rails “rails” and “rake”
preferences + also set the ruby installed interpreter setting (which
seemed to have to be a file not a directory) to
“C:\Gregs\InstantRails\ruby\bin\ruby.exe”, …

but still can’t get a new Rails project creating the normal set of files
it should be creating. I’m not sure if there’s any sort of log to see
what’s happening under the bonnet and why things aren’t working.

Any ideas?

Note that if I create a ruby project and ruby class and try to run it it
seems to correct kick the ruby interpreter into gear.

Tks

Dr Nic wrote:

Greg H. wrote:

Hi,

Does anyone know how to correctly configure RadRails (0.7)?

You’ll need to point it to your rails gem folder.

Window >> Preferences >> Rails >> Rails Installs

Name: Rails-1.1.4
Path: Something like:
C:\InstantRails\ruby\lib\ruby\gems\1.8\gems\rails-1.1.4

Greg H. wrote:

Hi,

Does anyone know how to correctly configure RadRails (0.7)?

You’ll need to point it to your rails gem folder.

Window >> Preferences >> Rails >> Rails Installs

Name: Rails-1.1.4
Path: Something like:
C:\InstantRails\ruby\lib\ruby\gems\1.8\gems\rails-1.1.4

Greg H. wrote:

Tks Dr Nic,

Still no luck. I just tried this for the rails “rails” and “rake”
preferences + also set the ruby installed interpreter setting (which
seemed to have to be a file not a directory) to
“C:\Gregs\InstantRails\ruby\bin\ruby.exe”, …

0.6.3 is quite broken in this regard. (In fact, RadRails, nice as it
is, seems to be buggy as hell.)

You’ll find a critical priority bug for this on their trac.

However, I notice that 0.7 is out. I imagine it’s fixed there.

But don’t get eaten but whatever bugs may be lurking in that! :wink:

0.6.3 is quite broken in this regard. (In fact, RadRails, nice as it

I meant to say 0.6.4.

On 7/26/06, Greg H. [email protected] wrote:

Steve B. wrote:

0.6.3 is quite broken in this regard. (In fact, RadRails, nice as it

I meant to say 0.6.4.

I haven’t tried 0.7 yet, but with 0.6.3 I just created my new rails
app from the command line and then imported the new app into radrails.

Curt

Watching the radrails short video the guys release one of the steps they
did do was to create a rails project from within the IDE, so I know it
is supposed to work. Just trying to actually get it to work :slight_smile:

Curt H. wrote:

On 7/26/06, Greg H. [email protected] wrote:

Steve B. wrote:

0.6.3 is quite broken in this regard. (In fact, RadRails, nice as it

I meant to say 0.6.4.

I haven’t tried 0.7 yet, but with 0.6.3 I just created my new rails
app from the command line and then imported the new app into radrails.

Curt

It’s version 0.7 I’ve been trying actually Steve.

Anyone else having this issue? Or know a way to get some debug info
happening?

BTW - I still get a 404 when I try to go to the mailing list page from
www.radrails.org :frowning:

Tks

Steve B. wrote:

0.6.3 is quite broken in this regard. (In fact, RadRails, nice as it

I meant to say 0.6.4.

Greg H. wrote:

Watching the radrails short video the guys release one of the steps they
did do was to create a rails project from within the IDE, so I know it
is supposed to work. Just trying to actually get it to work :slight_smile:

Well, Radrails is also picky about having a recent version of rails.
1.1.2 did not work for me. Radrails uses the -s option to the rails
command which was a 1.1.3 or 1.1.4 addition.

-Steve

On 7/27/06, Steve B. [email protected] wrote:

Greg H. wrote:

Watching the radrails short video the guys release one of the steps they
did do was to create a rails project from within the IDE, so I know it
is supposed to work. Just trying to actually get it to work :slight_smile:

Well, Radrails is also picky about having a recent version of rails.
1.1.2 did not work for me. Radrails uses the -s option to the rails
command which was a 1.1.3 or 1.1.4 addition.

I had the same issue and I have Rails 1.1.4. No matter what I tried
Radrails would always create an empty project.

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