RadRails

When I creat a new "Rails"project with RadRails as in this Tutorial,

http://wiki.awebfactory.com.ar/awebfactory/published/DemoAppPart1

All I get is a .project file in the …/Workspace directory…No Rails
skeleton for the app and No WEBrick server…

What is ahappening?

Jim

Try RIDE-ME

jim wrote:

When I creat a new "Rails"project with RadRails as in this Tutorial,

http://wiki.awebfactory.com.ar/awebfactory/published/DemoAppPart1

All I get is a .project file in the …/Workspace directory…No Rails
skeleton for the app and No WEBrick server…

What is ahappening?

Jim

Good question , since I upgraded from 6.4 to 7.0 I’m having the same
problem.
I wrote about it another thread but never saw a response.

Stuart

Is there a way to use RIDE-ME on my XP box and keep ruby & rails on my
Linux server? If not can someone suggest what to use.

I don’t want to load RoR on my XP box, just want to do my coding from
there.

Best,
Tim

Stuart Fellowes wrote:

Good question , since I upgraded from 6.4 to 7.0 I’m having the same
problem.
I wrote about it another thread but never saw a response.

Stuart

I couldn’t get RadRails stand-alone to work…

I just updated my Eclipse IDE with the following plug-ins and it’s
working…

Ruby,
http://updatesite.rubypeople.org/release

Rails,
http://wiki.awebfactory.com.ar/awebfactory/published/InstallRadRails

Jim

possibly you forgot to set up your ruby interpreter/rails install?
with 0.6.4, there are some changes in the configuration i think so you
should check that… or post it to the radrails list

2006/8/7, jim [email protected]:

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I had this problem when I forgot to have rails in my PATH. This was on
Windows.

Stephen G.

Tim Jordan wrote:

Is there a way to use RIDE-ME on my XP box and keep ruby & rails on my
Linux server? If not can someone suggest what to use.

I don’t want to load RoR on my XP box, just want to do my coding from
there.

You’ll need Ruby 1.8.2 or higher with RideMe because the several
features will look for the Ruby interpreter (like the integrated Rake
functionality, script/console window, etc.)

Is there a reason you can’t install Ruby on your XP box?

Jeff

As I said earlier 64 worked fine for me. Ruby and Rails is in my
path. Something changed in 7.0 as I made all the proper
configuration.

Stuart

Stuart Fellowes wrote:

As I said earlier 64 worked fine for me. Ruby and Rails is in my
path. Something changed in 7.0 as I made all the proper
configuration.

I think I needed to re-point RR0.7 to my rails and rake gem folders.
Search through the Eclipse-maze options window for the place to do this.

Cheers
Nic

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