then point NetBeans to InstantRails.
Let me know how it goes.[/quote]
Instant Rails is no longer being maintained and has been replaced by
the [BitNami RubyStack]. - and RubyStack is crap... because i dont
have a GUI.
Ok, if you've extracted it to c:/mysql you should now have mysql
try typing "mysql" in the command prompt and see what comes up. I
you would've had mysql installed.
You shouldn't need the mysql gem.
The mysql service should be running automatically if that's what you
selected in your mysql setup. [/quote]
I have extracted it to c:\mysql yes but that does not mean that mysql
is installed right? Extracting an application does not mean it is
installed in my understanding.
i thought the mysql GEM is the connection between Netbeans and the
run automactially? Where can i select that? I dont see any mysql
setup, I just can enter "mysql" at the command prompt for some