[Instantrails-users] how do I install plugins?

Michael Slater ms at mslater.com
Thu Oct 4 23:49:44 EDT 2007

Sounds like maybe you are in a standard cmd windows instead of one spawned
by the Instant Rails UI. You need to either use the Instant Rails menu to
open your cmd window, which sets the Ruby path, or you need to modify your
system path variable to include the path to the InstantRails Ruby binary.

Michael Slater

On 10/4/07, Ed Love <ed at solutionsontap.com> wrote:
> Hello there, sorry if this is a newbie question. When I try to use
> script/plugin
> to install a plugin, I get:
>         ruby: No such file or directory -- script/plugin (LoadError)
> I have no idea why that comes up & haven't been able to find a solution.
> Does
> anyone have any clues? The joy of Windows, I expect. I've tried reversing
> the
> slash, doubling it, both, with no luck so far :(
> Many thanks! I love RoR & am looking forward to exploring it further ...
>         Ed
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