[Instantrails-users] Instant Rails -- Are You Using it?
x2egard at yahoo.com
Wed Nov 9 11:53:20 EST 2005
Thanks so much for all of your hard work and I'm
really using it. Just added Typo 2.5.8, created an
installer to drop it on other windows boxes (doubles
as a backup), working with Rails plugins, and lots of
other things as they come up.
There's one thing I think that would add to the ease
of use and that would be to add a third button that
links directly to "Manage Rails Apps". Just a little
quicker to start an app...
Overall, the ease of use has been fantastic. The best
thing since rails itself for Windows!
I'm would vote for the current versions of Apache and
MySQL if that version of Instant Rails works as good
as this one.
--- Curt Hibbs <curt.hibbs at gmail.com> wrote:
> Its been a little over three weeks since I released
> the first preview
> of Instant Rails. In that time there have been over
> 3,000 downloads,
> but very little little feedback.
> This tells me either that it is not being used
> (which would be bad) or
> that it is being used but no one is having any
> significant problems
> (which would be very good). So, if you are using it,
> but are just not
> having any problems, I'd like to here from you just
> to get that
> The final 1.0 release for Instant Rails will be
> sometime after the
> first of the year because I want it to include the
> released version of
> Ruby 1.8.4 and the final release of Rails 1.0.
> My plans also include upgrading to Apache 2
> (currently it contains
> Apache 1.3.33) as well as a more recent release of
> MySQL. Please help
> me with a couple of decisions/priorities here:
> 1) Is moving to Apache 2 important to you, or or you
> happy with Apache
> 1.3.33 for the time being?
> 2) Should MySQL be upgraded to the latest 4.x
> release (currently
> 4.1.15) or would you prefer it be upgraded to 5.0.x?
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