[Instantrails-users] how do I install plugins?
curt.hibbs at gmail.com
Fri Oct 5 09:02:21 EDT 2007
On 10/5/07, Ed Love <ed at solutionsontap.com> wrote:
> > You also need to ensure that you are calling script/plugin from your
> > application's root dir(c:\InstantRails\rails_apps\my_app), not the
> > rails_apps dir.
> Yep, checked that. The script directory does exist:
> C:\InstantRails\rails_apps\ASdemo>dir script
> Volume in drive C has no label.
> Volume Serial Number is 8015-9C8D
> Directory of C:\InstantRails\rails_apps\ASdemo\script
> 02/10/2007 04:23 PM <DIR> .
> 02/10/2007 04:23 PM <DIR> ..
> 02/10/2007 04:22 PM 812 index.htm
> 02/10/2007 04:23 PM <DIR> performance
> 02/10/2007 04:23 PM <DIR> process
> 1 File(s) 812 bytes
> 4 Dir(s) 7,754,866,688 bytes free
> That looks like a strange structure, I would have expected a file called
> to live there!? Or is this some kind of ruby magic that simulates it? For
> it's worth, cookbook works just fine. I'm currently looking to test the
> Scaffolding demo from their website.
> >> Sounds like maybe you are in a standard cmd windows instead of one
> >> by the Instant Rails UI. You need to either use the Instant Rails menu
> >> open your cmd window, which sets the Ruby path, or you need to modify
> >> system path variable to include the path to the InstantRails Ruby
> Yep, tried that as well, but thanks for the reminder! Also tried differend
> slashes, windows/unix style. Hmmm ... this is most puzzling. Has anyone
> successfully installed plugins this way?
How did you get that directory structure? It is definitely not a Rails
directory structure (look at the structure for one of the sample apps).
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