Done, thank you!
Thanks, updated that and the ruby instructions to p247!
I think we might open source the site at some point so people can submit changes.
Thanks Michael! I've updated it to fix the typos (I think!) and improve the instructions a bit.
Ah ok! Glad you got it working! :)
Did you use rbenv? Make sure you run
rbenv rehash if you did, this command makes sure that the executables it installs are available to your user.
Sure thing, you'll do just fine with Ruby 1.9.3. :)
Looks like the ruby 2.0 tarball is corrupt. You can try downloading the ruby 2.0 source tar.gz file and saving it to ~/.rbenv/cache like they suggest here: http://stackoverflow.com/qu...
Let me know if that works for you! It could also be curl causing a problem or a network issue.
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It's fantastically simple to use, even if you need to customize. Be sure to let us know if you need any help!
Posted in Orphaned Children by James Jelinek
Another useful tip is to check out my Hyper Paranoid gem which instead of deleting a record, it sets a
deleted_at attribute. That way you can recover deleted records if you need them later. https://github.com/excid3/h...
Glad I could help!
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Another way to do this is to put the ActionMailer configuration pieces into the relevant
config/initializers/development.rb files. Either way works, this way is nice if you have some shared configurations between the two.
And if your repo is public, or you want to leave the configuration on the machine you can use ENV variables, or dynamically read in the configuration through a YAML file or something similar.