You will need a username so we can add you to the Github repo (for private repos).
Choose your weapon of choice:
- NetBeans (supposed to have good ruby support)
First create an outer “container” for your project code folder(s):
cd ~/railsprojects mkdir myproject cd myproject
Grab the source code from the repo
git clone <URL from Github>
It should have a .rvmrc file that will work some magic when you cd into the directory:
You will be prompted to allow the RVM file to execute… Something like this:
$ cd myproject/ =============================================================== = NOTICE: = =============================================================== = RVM has encountered a new or modified .rvmrc file in the = ... = Press 'q' to exit the reader when finished reading the file = =============================================================== (press enter to review the .rvmrc file) rvm \--create ruby-1.9.2@myproject ================================================================ = Trusting an .rvmrc file means that whenever you cd into this = = directory, RVM will run this .rvmrc script in your shell. = ... = Now that you have examined the contents of the file, do you = = wish to trust this particular .rvmrc? = ================================================================ (yes or no) > yes ruby-1.9.2-p180@myproject[development]$ jon$
You might need to install the proper ruby: RVM Details
Install Bundler (to test v2, this is the only gem you should really need)
gem install bundler
Check if it has actually been installed, by running
And install the gems needed by the project
The above command will install a gemset for a specific version of ruby, specified for the project in the .rvmrc file.