Uom gem

Hi all,

Im beginner with ruby and rails… Im creating one personal project (to
learn more…) and for this project I need measure something using height
cm
and kg. I saw the uom gem ( https://github.com/madriska/uom) that I
think
that make this job, with ActiveRecord Integration.
Could anyone, please, send me some examples or information of how can I
include this gem in one new project and starting to use? Im using rails
3
with ruby 1.9.2

I think you just need to add it to your Gemfile.
Simply editing it and puting gem ‘uom’, and then run the bundle install
command, I guess.

Try this out :smiley:

2011/12/23 Joao S. [email protected]

In your project, like anyone you have a file called gem file. Everything
you put there when you type and run bundle install inside your project
folder on terminal will be installed.

To install this particular gem you can read the instructions on github
repo. If this gem has a default installation just add it on gemfile,
something like

gem ‘uom’

In your terminal

Bundle install

It all done!

PS.: I saw that it can be installed as a gem, just as a plugin. So you
can copy the clone repo and type

rails install plugin URL

Something like that. I wish I could help you

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Hi all,

I couldn’t start my app, after install the plugin. I got the error
bellow…

activesupport-3.1.3/lib/active_support/dependencies.rb:240:in `require’:
no
such file to load – activerecord (LoadError)

I opened the dependencies.rb file and I think that the problem is with
the
require, the is some require here that I dont know if they are available
in
my app. How can I check it?

Hi all,

I could install as a plugin, now I need learn how to use it!

Thanks Thiago and Aline, it will be very useful for me.

Man, if you read the readme you will figure out that this plugin is out
of date! You can have a talk with Greg brown, he is one of the authors !
Or you can try try by yourself to update it to 3.0 ! I think this is the
problem! Gems are better than plugins cause they can handle with
dependency in a better way!

Thanks and merry christmas

Sent from my iPad

Ok Thanks, marry christmas for you too and for all of this group.

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