Error from New Site

Hi,

I'm using RubyMine to work through some tutorials and I've encountered
an error.

The install of Ruby, RoR and RubyMine are all the latest versions. I'm
working on a tutorial that uses restful_authentication.

When I run:

rails plugin install http://github.com/technoweenie/restful-authenti
cation/tree/master restful_authentication

I get:

DEPRECATION WARNING: You have Rails 2.3-style plugins in vendor/plugins!
Support
for these plugins will be removed in Rails 4.0. Move them out and
bundle them i
n your Gemfile, or fold them in to your app as lib/myplugin/* and
config/initial
izers/myplugin.rb. See the release notes for more on this:
http://weblog.rubyonr
ails.org/2012/1/4/rails-3-2-0-rc2-has-been-released. (called from <top
(required
)> at F:/MyMovies/config/environment.rb:5)
already installed: master
(http://github.com/technoweenie/restful-authentication
/tree/master). pass --force to reinstall
Plugin not found:
["http://github.com/technoweenie/restful-authentication/tree/m
aster", "restful_authentication"]

My vendor\plugins directory contains a .gitkeep file and an empty master
directory.

What on earth is it complaining about? It also completely fails to
install the restful_authentication plugin

I'm using RubyMine to work through some tutorials and I've encountered
an error.

The install of Ruby, RoR and RubyMine are all the latest versions.

Please be precise: that means nothing to me now, and will mean even
less when someone reads this post in an archive a year from now.

working on a tutorial that uses restful_authentication.

Which, if you look at the repo, hasn't been updated in a *long* time
and probably doesn't work under Rails 3.

Look closely at your tutorials and make sure they are appropriate to
the version of Rails you're using. RoR is a fast-changing environment
and there are lots of now out-of-date resources online.

Please be precise: that means nothing to me now, and will mean even
less when someone reads this post in an archive a year from now.

point taken.

Which, if you look at the repo, hasn't been updated in a *long* time
and probably doesn't work under Rails 3.

Look closely at your tutorials and make sure they are appropriate to
the version of Rails you're using. RoR is a fast-changing environment
and there are lots of now out-of-date resources online.

Coming from a .NET background I wasn't expecting the changes to be a
significant as they obviously are, my mistake.

Thanks,

Jam