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zmike
post Feb 2 2006, 09:44 AM
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Hi all,
I recently got the 1.8.3 release of ruby installed on my C860 which also let me put gem and install rails. I also have SQLITE3 working.

HOWEVER, the ruby-sqlite3 gem installation requires some native compiling. I suppose I could try to get that working but I wondered if anyone out there has already compiled support to bind the two together.

Failing that, does mysql work with rails on the Z?

TIA,
Mike
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Dobby
post Aug 18 2006, 06:22 PM
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Has anyone made any progress on this? I too am interested in getting Ruby/Rails/SQLite installed.

I got the latest 1.8.4 version of ruby installed but failed on gem as it needed some crypto library that I couldn't find a compatible version of for the Sharp ROM.

Obviously I can use the ZIP version of Rails (which I've downloaded but not got around to trying yet. Still new to the Z).

So I guess I'm going to get stuck on the Ruby SQLite bindings too then?
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post Aug 19 2006, 02:29 AM
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QUOTE(Dobby @ Aug 19 2006, 02:22 AM)
Has anyone made any progress on this? I too am interested in getting Ruby/Rails/SQLite installed.

I got the latest 1.8.4 version of ruby installed but failed on gem as it needed some crypto library that I couldn't find a compatible version of for the Sharp ROM.

Obviously I can use the ZIP version of Rails (which I've downloaded but not got around to trying yet. Still new to the Z).

So I guess I'm going to get stuck on the Ruby SQLite bindings too then?
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I recommend going that extra mile and getting gem running... it is so useful to have it available.

I'm using all of this stuff on OpenBSD on my Zaurus and of course because I'm essentially using the same OS as is installed on a Desktop or Server machine it has all of the required libraries.

Being able to run gem_server for convenience over pure rdoc is nice but doing quick update checks using gem is also great.

-Andy
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