Upgrading rails

Hi folks. I seem to be having trouble upgrading to the latest
(stable) rails release. I am running on Windows XP sp2 and use
Komodo. I am trying to go to rails-1.2.6

In the command line today (3DEC07), I did
gem install rails --include-dependencies
which returned with
Successfully installed rails-1.2.6

But in the console, I get

Rails::VERSION::STRING
=> “1.2.3”

I even deleted the temp folder from my app directory but this didn’t
help. In addition, when I look at the gem source, I see both the old
as well as new (e.g., folders for both actionpack-1.13.3, and
actionpack-1.13.6.

Ensure vendor/rails does not exist. Also, be sure you have updated your
config/environment.rb file with the new version.

Paul D. wrote:

Hi folks. I seem to be having trouble upgrading to the latest
(stable) rails release. I am running on Windows XP sp2 and use
Komodo. I am trying to go to rails-1.2.6

In the command line today (3DEC07), I did
gem install rails --include-dependencies
which returned with
Successfully installed rails-1.2.6

But in the console, I get

Rails::VERSION::STRING
=> “1.2.3”

From your project root run:

rake rails:update

and see if that fixes things

Thanks all, I tried both suggestions and am now correctly getting
1.2.6.

Please remove your responses from this thread, if you don’t mind. I
already removed mine, but cannot remove the responses of others –
such
as yourself. I regret not using an alias, as people can search on my
name.
Thanks,
Paul D.
[email protected]

On Dec 3, 8:22 pm, Tim M. [email protected]

Please remove your responses from this thread, if you don’t mind. I
already removed mine, but cannot remove the responses of others –
such
as yourself. I regret not using an alias, as people can search on my
name.
Thanks,
Paul D.
[email protected]

On Dec 3, 10:55 pm, James B. [email protected]

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