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?
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.
IronRuby.net / 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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