Forum: Ruby cant able to start Ruby server

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E55155cd05f0076fec5c3d4928bcb183?d=identicon&s=25 Kiran Kumar (kirankumars)
on 2009-03-10 09:30
hi all,
I downloaded locomotive for MAC (StandardRailsMar2007.dmg) and installed
the package in Appliactions/My Rails . I had given given all the
parameters in locomotive.yml as below
mode: development
bundle: /Applications/"My Rails"/Bundles/standardRailsMar2007.locobundle
port: 3010
runs_at_launch: 0
identifier: ProjectX

and i am trying to start the server , but it is not starting.Its giving
errors

The server starts if bundle path is
/Applications/MyRails/Bundles/standardRailsMar2007.locobundle and the
difference is MyRails folder has space in the above.
Why the server doesnt start if folder name has spaces.Is this a bug? and
how can i resolve this situtation, can any one guide me in the right
direction

Thanks & Regards
SKiranKumar
Bec38d63650c8912b6ba9b557fb953b9?d=identicon&s=25 Roger Pack (rogerdpack)
on 2009-03-10 21:34
> The server starts if bundle path is
> /Applications/MyRails/Bundles/standardRailsMar2007.locobundle and the
> difference is MyRails folder has space in the above.
> Why the server doesnt start if folder name has spaces.Is this a bug? and
> how can i resolve this situtation, can any one guide me in the right
> direction
>
> Thanks & Regards
> SKiranKumar


Some install things don't accomodate for spaces, I guess.  Could reask
in the rails group I suppose.
-=r
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