Where does one obtain the APU for Rails-2.3.9?

When I do a gem server the Rails entries do not provide rdoc entries and
the web references point to http://rubyonrails.org/ whose documentation
links point only to the rails-3.0.0 api so far as I can tell.

How does one install the rails rdoc files so that gem server can serve
them or how does one reach the 2.3.9 api online?

When I do a gem server the Rails entries do not provide rdoc entries and
the web references point to http://rubyonrails.org/ whose documentation
links point only to the rails-3.0.0 api so far as I can tell.

How does one install the rails rdoc files so that gem server can serve
them or how does one reach the 2.3.9 api online?

You can get 2.3.8 from http://railsapi.com/ (click ‘build your custom
package’)

-philip

Philip H. wrote:

You can get 2.3.8 from http://railsapi.com/ (click ‘build your custom
package’)

-philip

Thanks. I also since discovered that

gem rdoc --all --overwrite

will create the missing rdoc files locally as well.

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