Where can i post questions about setting up ROR on Snow Leopard

Im pretty new to Macs and having real problems setting this up

Thanks

Pete

Im pretty new to Macs and having real problems setting this up

Here is the place. Google around for instructions on installation then provide specifics of issues and I am sure you will get the help you need.

A good set of instructions is http://hivelogic.com/articles/compiling-ruby-rubygems-and-rails-on-snow-leopard

You'll already have a version of ruby and rails installed, it's part
of the base OS X install these days

Fred

Frederick Cheung wrote in post #956823:

Im pretty new to Macs and having real problems setting this up

A good set of instructions is
http://hivelogic.com/articles/compiling-ruby-rubygems-and-rails-on-snow-leopard

No! Unless you're using Ruby 1.9, there is generally no reason to
follow Hivelogic's ridiculous suggestion to build your own Ruby on Snow
Leopard.

You'll already have a version of ruby and rails installed, it's part
of the base OS X install these days

Right. So what's to set up? What errors are you getting?

Fred

Best,

I followed this
http://railstutorial.org/book#sec:rubygems
and set up including curl and Ruby version manager on my mac. Works
like a charm. I'd recommend anyone learning Rails to use RVM since it
not only helps in testing your code but also leads to better
management of rails and ruby versions. I am an edge code freak and
upgrade my software frequently and RVM has been great accommodating my
needs.

Arun Srini wrote in post #956941:

I followed this
http://railstutorial.org/book#sec:rubygems
and set up including curl and Ruby version manager on my mac. Works
like a charm. I'd recommend anyone learning Rails to use RVM since it
not only helps in testing your code but also leads to better
management of rails and ruby versions. I am an edge code freak and
upgrade my software frequently and RVM has been great accommodating my
needs.

Hell yes. RVM kicks serious ass.

Best,