On 10/8/07, Elvis P. [email protected] wrote:
But I read somewhere that installing more than one mysql will not work.
What worries me to install InstantRails will confrict with my present
How to avoid it??
Ditch instant rails and use the one-click Ruby installer with your
current mysql install (or preferrably postgresql or sqlite3…).
Apache isn’t part of the RoR development environment anyway, and would
only give you head aches. All you need to work with Rails is Ruby,
RubyGems, a database and the rails- and db-connection gems.
If you want the experience of setting up a ‘production’ environment,
use your existing apache install for that too. Stick with standalone
webrick or mongrel for development, though.