Where can i post questions about setting up ROR on Snow Leopard

Im pretty new to Macs and having real problems setting this up

Thanks

Pete

On Sun, Oct 24, 2010 at 6:18 PM, Peter J. [email protected]
wrote:

Im pretty new to Macs and having real problems setting this up

Here is the place. Google around for instructions on installation then
provide specifics of issues and I am sure you will get the help you
need.

On Oct 24, 11:18pm, Peter J. [email protected] wrote:

Im pretty new to Macs and having real problems setting this up

A good set of instructions is
http://hivelogic.com/articles/compiling-ruby-rubygems-and-rails-on-snow-leopard

You’ll already have a version of ruby and rails installed, it’s part
of the base OS X install these days

Fred

I followed this
http://railstutorial.org/book#sec:rubygems
and set up including curl and Ruby version manager on my mac. Works
like a charm. I’d recommend anyone learning Rails to use RVM since it
not only helps in testing your code but also leads to better
management of rails and ruby versions. I am an edge code freak and
upgrade my software frequently and RVM has been great accommodating my
needs.

Frederick C. wrote in post #956823:

On Oct 24, 11:18pm, Peter J. [email protected] wrote:

Im pretty new to Macs and having real problems setting this up

A good set of instructions is
http://hivelogic.com/articles/compiling-ruby-rubygems-and-rails-on-snow-leopard

No! Unless you’re using Ruby 1.9, there is generally no reason to
follow Hivelogic’s ridiculous suggestion to build your own Ruby on Snow
Leopard.

You’ll already have a version of ruby and rails installed, it’s part
of the base OS X install these days

Right. So what’s to set up? What errors are you getting?

Fred

Best,

Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
[email protected]

Arun S. wrote in post #956941:

I followed this
http://railstutorial.org/book#sec:rubygems
and set up including curl and Ruby version manager on my mac. Works
like a charm. I’d recommend anyone learning Rails to use RVM since it
not only helps in testing your code but also leads to better
management of rails and ruby versions. I am an edge code freak and
upgrade my software frequently and RVM has been great accommodating my
needs.

Hell yes. RVM kicks serious ass.

Best,

Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
[email protected]

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