I believe console 2 defaults to shift + click and drag to select, and
auto-copy on release. I do agree with the request for a better console
in windows, though.
copying text from console 2. Copy is broken AFAICT.
Where do we submit a request to microsoft to finally include a console
that allows you to copy paste with a keyboard shortcut from a console
window, tabs would be nice too.
I’ve wanted to get that for 15 years now.
right click the console window and select view > console window
That gives you the cmd window and you can use mark,…
Then to your rails problem. Does your database exist?
For item 2. Does anything show up in log/develpment.log?
On Wed, Jan 20, 2010 at 5:45 AM, Ryan R.
<[email protected]mailto:[email protected]> wrote:
I just noticed the instructions are using ironruby-sqlserver though you
note in your email that you are supporting
activerecord-sqlserver-adapter. Is ironruby-sqlserver a wrapper, or
would you just need to swap your adapter?
I’m also running into other problems:
- I verified that I have the correct access (unless rails needs
access?), but irake db:migrate produces the following error:
- Trying to open the environment settings from the default page for the
Rails app produces this message:
Any help is appreciated. I’m stumped. And if anyone knows how to copy
text from Console2, I would appreciate the tip.
http://ironruby.net/Documentation/Rails has been updated to show
instructions for running Rails 2.3.5 on IronRuby, including using the
official activerecord-sqlserver-adapter (v2.3). Thanks to Ivan for his
work on ironruby-dbi!
The steps are extrememly simple now. Assuming you have IronRuby
installed and a Rails app you’d like to run on IronRuby:
- Install Rake, Rails, and IronRuby SQLServer
igem install rake rails ironruby-sqlserver
- Add the following to the top of your app’s config/environment.rb:
- Connect to SQLServer in config/database.yml:
- Migrate the database and start the server:
And that’s it! The documentation link above also has a walk through
setting up IronRuby, Rails, and SQLServer, and shows a basic Rails
Coming soon are updated instructions for running rack-based web
applications in IIS on IronRuby.
Let me know if you have any questions,
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