Vicente Bosch Campos wrote in post #1025529:
> Hi,
>
> Best way ( my opinion) is to install RVM ( http://beginrescueend.com/ )
> which allows you to easily install rubies and update them as new
> versions are released.
>
> You can use any editor for project development as running the code can
> be performed from the shell script. ( VIM, Emacs ) also some IDEs
> provide support for ruby (IntelliJ, Eclipse, Netbeans, Redcar) if you
> search in google for the editor + ruby you should get some pretty
> straight instructions on how to set it up.
>
> Follow the basic tutorial for ruby and irb on the ruby page (
> http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/documentation/quickstart/)
>
> Regards,
> Vicente


thanks for the reply i already install the gems but im having a hardtime 
with the local server i cant get the webrick right do you have any 
suggestion

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