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[19:45:46] white_magic: hi can anyone here tell me if i should go w/ rvm or rbenv? also, should i go with rails 3.x, 4.x or 5.x? this is for developing my own little projects on ubuntu x64
[04:34:14] white_magic: hi.. I'm wondering, can someone recommend me a good project(s) to undertake to learn RoR better? All I've done so far is one of the hello world tutorials, where I'm displaying a basic resource with CRUD functionality
[04:39:10] white_magic: the lazy man in me wants to know.. how long does it take to complete the project in your book.. approximately?
[02:24:12] white_magic: hi, I was wondering if someone could explain a few syntactical aspect of Ruby for me..
[02:25:01] white_magic: For example, what does the colon before a keyword mean? It's not always a hashmap, right? For example, in this page: http://guides.rubyonrails.org/association_basics.html
[21:21:19] white_magic: tfitts: I'm having this dependency issue - if I try running 'rails server', I get told "C:/Ruby22/lib/ruby/gems/2.2.0/gems/sqlite3-1.3.10-x86-mingw32/lib/sqlite3.rb:6:in `require': cannot load such file -- sqlite3/sqlite3_native (LoadError)"
[21:21:45] white_magic: I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong, because I put all the sqlite3 binaries in the ruby installation's bin folder
[21:26:04] white_magic: tfitts: I'm not.. is that a VM that gets spun up very quickly and lets me develop in Linux?
[21:51:25] white_magic: dvjones89: i installed vagrant, but first i'm giving the RailsInstaller a stab
[23:38:00] white_magic: I just installed Ruby 2.2 on my windows machine and I'm trying to install Rails from commandline (ruby.exe).. but whatever I enter in the Ruby prompt, it just keeps asking for more input. How can I get it to evaluate the input for once?
[23:38:11] white_magic: I just installed Ruby 2.2 on my windows machine and I'm trying to install Rails from commandline (ruby.exe).. but whatever I enter in the Ruby prompt, it just keeps asking for more input. How can I get it to evaluate the input for once?
[23:44:01] white_magic: ok, so i'm using IRB and I entered 'gem install rails' in the interactive prompt, and it doesn't know what 'rails' means
[23:49:43] white_magic: im sure i'll get to know pry intimately but for now im keeping it most simple..