CORRECTION: in the message below, please change all occurrences of
the string "SourceForge" to "RubyForge".


Lloyd Zusman <ljz / asfast.com> writes:

> This question has to do both with RPA and with iowa.
>
> I have recently installed iowa via RPA as suggested on the iowa web
> site (on this page: http://enigo.com/projects/iowa/index.html).
>
> Now, I'm going through the iowa tutorial, but I can't find the WEBrick
> example.  The tutorial says to do the following:
>
>   cd examples/webrick/iowa
>   ruby webrick_iowa.rb
>
> However, I don't have a clue as to where RPA put the
> "examples/webrick/iowa" directory, or for that matter, if it even
> installed that directory at all.
>
> Can anyone point me to where that directory lives when iowa is installed
> via RPA?
>
> If that directory doesn't exist, I know that I can get it by downloading
> and unpacking the iowa tarball from SourceForge.  However, that obviates
> the need to use RPA in the first place.
>
> And if indeed SourceForge is a better choice for iowa downloads, what
> will happen from now on if I give up on RPA?  In using it for this iowa
> download, it created a package tree that contains the installations of
> iowa and all its dependencies, some of which are upgrades of packages
> that I had previously installed outside of RPA.  If I stop using RPA,
> will I have to remove the RPA package tree in order to keep my installs
> in sync?  If so, will I have to re-install everything that RPA has
> recently put under its tree?
>
> Thanks in advance for any insights you might be able to offer about all
> of this.
>
> -- 
>  Lloyd Zusman
>  ljz / asfast.com
>  God bless you.
>
>
>

-- 
 Lloyd Zusman
 ljz / asfast.com
 God bless you.