Updating ruby on leopard
5.0.92) as well as a Redmine installation (with a Subversion repository).Server administration is done using the "Server" application stack (/Applications/Server/Server etc.).WARNING: You don't have /Users/ryancoughlin/.gem/r From the path information given I'm guessing this is on a linux OS?check your path, It looks like it wanted to install into Library/Ruby/Gems/1.8, but required the ability to write to both that folder and /usr/bin.On the other way, you can manually define outlets and/or actions in IB, drag-and-drop them in an Xcode Ruby file, and the corresponding Ruby code will be pasted in it.Scripting Bridge is a new Leopard framework that provides access to the Apple Event infrastructure, on which Apple Script is based.So here are a few fun suggestions to try out on your birthday: (a) Eat chocolate all day; (b) Learn about gauge theory; (c) Today I ‘celebrated’ my twenty eight year of existence – my ‘golden’ birthday (Hat Tip: Tamara).
Please see rubyonrails.org/community and ruby-lang.org/en/community for other Rails- und Ruby-related community platforms. Wanted to develop a new app today but got message that I needed to update Gems from 1.3.1 to 1.3.2 So, I ran Terminal and entered the gems update --system command.
In sum, I almost tend to not do the upgrade at all, if there is no real pressure from the security side of things.
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I am now considering updating the system to Yosemite (and the new Server.app), but I am hesitating, seeing several reports online about trouble with My SQL installations getting messed up, as well as issues with the Ruby framework.
My questions are: EDIT: I have now tried to simply run the upgrade to Yosemite, directly on top of Snow Leopard (obviously, I previously backed up the entire system via Time Machine using an external HD).