[Instantrails-users] AppTrain and how to trouble shoot in IR app setup.

jlm at justinfront.net jlm at justinfront.net
Tue Mar 7 11:48:38 EST 2006


Thanks for quick reply will look at your suggestions.

Some details on rForum setup for instant rails here

if you want me to zip up any of the rforum files and send them over or 
create a flash animation on doing it or something let me know.



Curt Hibbs wrote:
> On 3/7/06, *jlm at justinfront.net <mailto:jlm at justinfront.net>* 
> <jlm at justinfront.net <mailto:jlm at justinfront.net>> wrote:
>     Hi
>     I am using instant rails which is really cool.  But every time I
>     download a rails application it invariably does not work, with help I
>     managed to get Rforum working but I am now trying AppTrain, however I
>     have no idea what to do when things just don't work ie you 'start'
>     webbrick and it just flashes a black screen up I have no error
>     messages
>     to check or..., it would be great if I could get advice on how to go
>     about trouble shooting.  But generally it seems that any rails app
>     needs
>     mods before running in instant rails, maybe some guides on this
>     would be
>     useful, if there is something in the Agile Web dev Rail book
>     specifically that I should read then let me know.
> A Rails app shouldn't need any special mods to run under Instant 
> Rails. What mods did you have to make for Rforum?
> If you're getting errors when you start WEBrick, then you really want 
> to start WEBrick manually so that you can see the errors. You can do 
> this by opening a Ruby console window using the menu command ">>Rails 
> Applications>>Open Ruby Console Window", then use CD to change your 
> directory to your rails app, and finally start WEBrick using the 
> command "ruby script\server".
> Curt

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