Jake, I’ve found that it really doesn’t make sense to map Rails as an
Much better to just add it to your repo. This ensures you always have
access to the code, if for some reason the Rails SVN goes down.
Not sure how frequent it happens these days, but I ran into major
problems with deployments because of that issue about a year ago.
I’ve switched to downloading the tar file from the git repo, then
adding that to my SVN project.
Same goes for gems / plugins.
seth - subimage llc
Cashboard - Estimates, invoices, and time tracking software - for free!
Substruct - Open source RoR e-commerce software.
On Mon, Aug 18, 2008 at 4:59 PM, Jake J.