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Posts Tagged ‘github’

I am Back!!! and so many interesting changes to Rails…

Posted by arjunghosh on December 23, 2008

Yeah I know its been long since I have been away. Well lot has happened between my last journey¬† through RubyOnRail’s universe from May 28,2008 to the current date. New Rails 2.0 screencast by¬†Fabio Akita¬† which is unspired by¬†the¬†Creating a Weblog in 15 minutes¬†the original¬†screencast by David Hansson , Newer version of RubyOnRails (v 2.2.2) are out, Rails officially moved to GitHub and supports¬† Git as the VCS of choice, Rails thread safety¬†is in (though how is that actually useful ?),¬† lot of nifty changes in Rails v2.2.¬† So all in all lot of things have been happening.

I will try to be more regular here. In mean time, everyone who twitter and in New Delhi, India can check out the twitter.com/rubyonraildelhi where I have been posting regular rubyonrail updates and local information. You can find me on twitter here at @arjunghosh.

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Rails core has moved to GitHub

Posted by arjunghosh on April 18, 2008

Ya, Ruby on Rails core is now hosted at GitHub, which is uses Git for easy, fast, efficient, distributed version control system and also which looks pretty!!!

In DHH own words,

GitHub has now officially launched and Rails is right there at the premiere. The Rails repository now lives at rails/rails

And you can check it out with:

git clone git://github.com/rails/rails.git

But you will first need Git installed on your machine. For those on Windows machine, you can get that here: msysgit

Also people should have a look at this excellent post by Tim Pope on how to best use Git with Rails. You can have a look at the full tutorial also.

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