Mellissa.McConnell / gmail.com wrote:
> On May 21, 1:17 pm, "Michael W. Ryder" <_mwry... / worldnet.att.net>
> wrote:
>> Mellissa.McConn... / gmail.com wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>> I am trying to load Ruby on Rails into Eclipse.
>>> Before I get into my problem, I will tell you what I have done:
>>> I have downloaded Eclipse and Ruby.
>>> After downloading Ruby, I extracted it to my Eclipse folder.
>>> I have downloaded Ruby on Rails, I extracted RoR to its own file on my
>>> C Drive.
>>> Here is the trouble:
>>> O'Reilly has put up a very nice walkthrough at:
>>> http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/ruby/2007/04/26/ruby-on-rails-meets-e...
>>> I am going through this and it tells me to "Create a configuration,
>>> "Create Rails Application," to create a Rails application. In the
>>> Location field, specify the rails.cmd file."
>>> In the picture the file extension is listed as, "C:\rubyonrails\bin
>>> \rails.cmd
>>> I open my File Directory but I cannot find a "bin" file anywhere. My
>>> directory looks like this: C:/RubyonRails/Rails
>>> then the following directories: app, components, config, db, doc, lib,
>>> log, public, script, test, tmp, vendor.
>>> I also looked through the zip file to see if a bin file was located
>>> there, and I did not see it.
>>> Any help would be very appreciated. Thank you!
>> I used Instant Rails to install Ruby and Ruby on Rails.  It placed the
>> rails.cmd file in my ruby\bin file.  Maybe that is where it needs to go
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> 
> I just downloaded Instant Rails and extracted it but no luck. I've
> never setup an environment like this before and I'm having quite a bit
> of trouble. Any suggestions? Maybe tutorials or something of that
> nature. I have downloaded Aptana, the Aptana plug-in for Eclipse, I'm
> having trouble connecting the dots.
> 

Did Instant Rails add the Ruby.cmd file to its Ruby\bin folder?  Instant 
Rails includes a copy of Ruby in one of its folders, so you should have 
something like c:\InstantRails\Ruby\bin\ruby.cmd for the file.