Re: freeride under windows (totally newbie question)

Thank you for the advices. I was just thinking that if a ruby
application (freeride) doesn’t start then possibly my Ruby installation
is corrupted.

Best regards, Alexey K.
OpenWay

On 2/15/07, Alexey K. [email protected] wrote:

Thank you for the advices. I was just thinking that if a ruby
application (freeride) doesn’t start then possibly my Ruby installation
is corrupted.

Best regards, Alexey K.
OpenWay

Starting with the latest version of the One-Click Ruby Installer for
Windows, FreeRIDE is no longer included. However, if you install
FreeRIDE
separately, it uses its own embedded copy of the Ruby runtime which has
been
tested and is know to be compatible with the FreeRIED codebase (
http://freeride.rubyforge.org).

Curt

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