[Instantrails-users] Question about plugins and gems
Zanoni at goowy.com
Fri Jun 9 13:40:12 EDT 2006
Thank you for your help. That clears up those questions for me.
Now my problem is not being able to get script/console to run.
I might have some environment issues.
From: mortonda at dgrmm.net
Sent: Friday, June 9, 2006 4:30 PM -07:00
To: Mark Fellowes [Zanoni at goowy.com];instantrails-users at rubyforge.org
Subject: [Instantrails-users] Question about plugins and gems
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Mark Fellowes wrote:
> I think this might be instant rails related so hopefully I'm asking in
> the right place.
> 1- First, I'm using Rad Rails but for file editing mostly. Still using
> IR for webrick, creating apps, etc. However in RadRails there is a tab
> that shows various plugins for ROR. Are those plugins already in the
> distribution or is it something particular to RadRails.
Radrails uses the scripts included with the rails installation, in this case,
instantrails, so they are interchangeable. I think the plugins listed are ones
that are available via the standard plugin script.
> 2- Using gem I installed something (that caught my eye on Ruby Forge) called
> So it said install completed, just not sure in what directory to find
> it. I looked around but didn't see anything resembling.
Gems are stored in something like ruby/lib/ruby/gems.... but that doesn't
matter, just follow the instructions to use them.
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