Forum: Ruby on Rails Updating installed Rails 1.0 to 1.1.2 without gem

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B75a2a570283dda68209b41b5d1cf316?d=identicon&s=25 Thorsten Brückner (shayu70)
on 2006-05-23 09:49
Hello,

on my Company-Computer i`ve Rails 1.0 installed. Now i want to update to
Rails 1.1.2, but there`s no chance to do this with gem because of a new
Firewall.

Is there any way to update to Rails 1.1.2 manually?

Thank you


Thorsten
C29d9db03853958c4de5ee6b06edd39a?d=identicon&s=25 Nicolas Buet (Guest)
on 2006-05-23 10:28
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Yep. You download each gem pacakge from rubyforge, and install it. Start
by
downloading rails1.1.2.gem, type in gem install rails
--include-dependencies, check the error message ("rails requires
activeXXX"), download the dependencie activeXXX, install, ...
B75a2a570283dda68209b41b5d1cf316?d=identicon&s=25 Thorsten Brückner (shayu70)
on 2006-05-23 12:42
Hi Nicolas,

i did it as you wrote and after installation of each gem i executed
rails -v. Every time Rails told me which package was missing. After
installing each gem Rails -v printed Rails 1.1.2

I think it works.

Thank you!


Thorsten




Nicolas Buet wrote:
> Yep. You download each gem pacakge from rubyforge, and install it. Start
> by
> downloading rails1.1.2.gem, type in gem install rails
> --include-dependencies, check the error message ("rails requires
> activeXXX"), download the dependencie activeXXX, install, ...
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