Hello I am qiet new to radiant and I am considering to replace Plone, which I am currently using for my website with it. Since my website is bilingual (main language german) I probably need the 'multilingual_pages'-extension that doesn't work with 0.9.1. So I tried to simply install the 0.8.1 gem and run this version by adding gem 'radiant', '0.8.1' to environment.rb but this doesn't work. So my question is: Is is possible to run different Radiant versions in parallel or do I need to deinstall 0.9 completely to be able to run 0.8.1? Thanks in advance, T.
on 2010-11-24 11:50
on 2010-11-24 15:47
On Wed, Nov 24, 2010 at 4:49 AM, T.N.T. <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Is is possible to run different Radiant versions in parallel or do I > need to deinstall 0.9 completely to be able to run 0.8.1? i find the easiest way to handle it is to lock each project to the version of radiant needed. (from inside your project directory) rake radiant:freeze:gems # locks to the version of radiant you installed through rubygems rake radiant:freeze:edge TAG=0.8.2 # locks to version 0.8.2 - requires git to be in your PATH you could also download an archive of a previous version and unpack it to /your/project/vendor/radiant archives are available at https://github.com/radiant/radiant/downloads with any of these you will end up with a completely isolated version of radiant kept in each project in the vendor/radiant directory.