Nicolas Blanco wrote:
Interesting stuff. A couple of questions below.
EasyRails is an installation package that installs
all the needed software to begin development
with Ruby on Rails on a Windows system.
I checked out the sites. I only read English, so I was limited to the developer site. I was trying to find out what you mean, specifically, by 'all the software.' I couldn't find a list so I'll ask. Exactly what software is included in the installation? I've been using Instant Rails. The package is getting kind of big with a lot of the stuff I don't use for development so I'd consider an alternative.
PortableRails is a package that always you to have a full Ruby on Rails
environment on a USB key or any writable media (Flash, hard drive, etc).
It always you to run and develop Ruby & Ruby on Rails applications on a
Windows system, without installing or changing anything on the system.
It works even if you don't have admin rights (like on public computers).
This looks like it could be really interesting. Is it the same package as above?
All the magic is done thanks to a small Windows executable that
initializes a Rails environment on the fly.
What do you mean by "initializes a Rails environment on the fly"? I'm assuming that, at least from a developer perspective, it works pretty much like the Instant Rails Manager. Is that right?