[Instantrails-users] Question about plugins and gems

Curt Hibbs curt.hibbs at gmail.com
Fri Jun 9 16:14:30 EDT 2006


If you want to be able to just open up console windows on your own, all you
need to do is to put IR's ruby\bin directory on the system path.

Curt

On 6/9/06, Mark Fellowes <Zanoni at goowy.com> wrote:
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> Wish I could take it all back. Yeah right after I post this I remember the
> run console command in IR.
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> So sorry.
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> mark
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> From: Zanoni at goowy.com
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> Sent: Friday, June 9, 2006 5:40 PM -07:00
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> To: instantrails-users at rubyforge.org
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> Subject: [Instantrails-users] Question about plugins and gems
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> David,
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> Thank you for your help. That clears up those questions for me.
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> Now my problem is not being able to get script/console to run.
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> I might have some environment issues.
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> Stuart
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> -----Original Message-----
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> From: mortonda at dgrmm.net
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> Sent: Friday, June 9, 2006 4:30 PM -07:00
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> To: Mark Fellowes [Zanoni at goowy.com];instantrails-users at rubyforge.org
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> Subject: [Instantrails-users] Question about plugins and gems
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> Mark Fellowes wrote:
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> > I think this might be instant rails related so hopefully I'm asking in
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> > the right place.
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> > 1- First, I'm using Rad Rails but for file editing mostly. Still using
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> > IR for webrick, creating apps, etc. However in RadRails there is a tab
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> > that shows various plugins for ROR. Are those plugins already in the
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> > distribution or is it something particular to RadRails.
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> Radrails uses the scripts included with the rails installation, in this
> case,
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> instantrails, so they are interchangeable. I think the plugins listed are
> ones
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> that are available via the standard plugin script.
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> > 2- Using gem I installed something (that caught my eye on Ruby Forge)
> called
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> > ajax_grid_generator.gem
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> >
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> > So it said install completed, just not sure in what directory to find
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> > it. I looked around but didn't see anything resembling.
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> Gems are stored in something like ruby/lib/ruby/gems.... but that doesn't
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> matter, just follow the instructions to use them.
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> - --
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> David Morton
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