[rspec-users] how to place the app in the rails dir

Kristian Mandrup kmandrup.github at gmail.com
Wed Aug 11 02:54:53 EDT 2010

If your app name is "nice-app", make your directory like this


First update rubygems and perhaps use rvm (ruby version manager)


See railscast 200 and 201. Bundler can also be used for Rails 2 I
think ;)

Which version of Rails are you using?

In any case, try this to download and install the missing gem locally

$ gem install feedzilla

Check it was installed

$ gem list feedzilla

To install all gems needed by your app

for Rails 2, try

$ rake gems:install

for Rails 3

$ bundle install

This should install all gems required by your application ;)

Find some Rails tutorials and start from there. I learned by going
through the Railscast episodes myself... Good luck!

On Aug 10, 10:30 am, Aruna Chinnamuthu <li... at ruby-forum.com> wrote:
> Hi i am new to ROR .
> I have mentioned to work on Rspec..
> i have a code given by my boss..
> I am having doubts in using them.
> 1. How should i keep that code in my railsprojects directory.. Should i
> keep the package given by them directly in my directory or i have to use
> rails appname
> 2.I actually tried by keeping the code in  my rails dir and changes the
> database.yml file
> But when i try to run script/server .
> i am getting an error as
> /usr/local/lib/site_ruby/1.8/rubygems/custom_require.rb:31:in
> `gem_original_require': no such file to load -- feedzirra
> (MissingSourceFile)
> y so ??
> Pls guide me ..
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