I'm using InstantRails 1.6, Rails 1.2.3, and TortoiseSVN to commit my code to the server. Now, I'd like to use the tabnav plugin: C:\applications\shop>ruby script/plugin install svn://svn.seesaw.it/tabnav/trunk C:\applications\shop> There is nothing happening, and no tabnav is in vendor/plugins. And I don't have webrick running. What do I do wrong? Luma
on 2007-05-17 23:22
on 2007-05-18 20:47
Luma, Humm. That's a good question. I tried that command on my Mac and all was cool. I'm assuming you ran: C:\applications> rails shop C:\applications> cd shop C:\applications\shop> ruby script/plugin install svn://svn.seesaw.it/tabnav/trunk If so then you aren't doing anything wrong, so it must be something broken in you tools or other configuration.
on 2007-05-19 15:24
I have had problems with their svn in the past, seem to remember doing a manual install using TortoiseSVN in the past worked. Martin Luy wrote: > I'm using InstantRails 1.6, Rails 1.2.3, and TortoiseSVN to commit my > code to the server. > > Now, I'd like to use the tabnav plugin: > > > C:\applications\shop>ruby script/plugin install > svn://svn.seesaw.it/tabnav/trunk >
on 2007-05-19 18:26
how does it cue?
on 2007-05-21 19:26
Tortoise Svn doesn't work, too. I think I'll reinstall it as well as Instant Rails. Let's see if it will work then.
on 2007-05-21 23:10
Now I reinstalled InstantRails 1.7 and TortoiseSvn successfully. The application works, and I can update the changes in my code to the server. But still, InstantRails doesn't install the plugin. C:\>rails noidea create create app/controllers ... C:\>cd noidea C:\noidea>ruby script/plugin install svn://svn.seesaw.it/tabnav/trunk C:\noidea>
on 2007-05-22 13:20
I made it another way, using in a partial view. Thanks Luma