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Re: Rails stack in EPEL?



On Mon, Apr 14, 2008 at 4:20 PM, Orion Poplawski <orion cora nwra com> wrote:
> Warren Togami wrote:
>
> > Hi folks,
> >
> > One of my friends in Hawaii is asking me if we have the Ruby on Rails
> stack in EPEL.  I did a quick search on Google and found a bunch of
> instructions that involve manually installing things onto Fedora or CentOS.
> >
> > Does anyone know what are the RPMS necessary?
> > Are they in Fedora but not EPEL?
> > What is needed to be added to EPEL?
> >
>
>  Well, poking around CVS:
>
>  rubygem-rails.spec:
>  Requires: rubygems
>  Requires: rubygem(rake) >= 0.7.2
>  Requires: rubygem(activesupport) = %{version}
>  Requires: rubygem(activerecord) = %{version}
>  Requires: rubygem(actionpack) = %{version}
>  Requires: rubygem(actionmailer) = %{version}
>  Requires: rubygem(activeresource) = %{version}
>
>  The only items in EL-5:
>
>  # yum list rubygem\*
>  Loading "installonlyn" plugin
>  Loading "downloadonly" plugin
>  Loading "dellsysidplugin" plugin
>  Setting up repositories
>  Reading repository metadata in from local files
>  Installed Packagesrubygem-rake.noarch                      0.7.3-2.el5
> installed
>  rubygems.noarch                          0.9.4-1.el5            installed
>
>  EL-4 doesn't have anything.
>
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I would love this too, but rails is still pretty fast-moving.  I also
find that I often need additional gems that aren't packaged yet for
Fedora or EPEL/EL.  I am all for giving it a go though.  You'll have
at least one tester here.

Stahnma


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