On Thursday, 1. February 2007 15:40, Dirk Stoecker wrote:
On Thu, 1 Feb 2007, Andreas Bauer wrote:
b) I think "gem install -y rails" should be replace by "install gem-rails" package.
Both options work.
Sure, but only one keeps track of installed files using RPM :-) Same as for Perl and CPAN, isn't it?
True. I'll change the paragraph to something like 'when binary packages for your distribution are available use those, else use gem install ...'
The deployment: a) Why using named SVN access for the data download. Anonymous access would also work for me and others. As I understand it it is only to get data and not to make a real working copy. Anonymous SVN should be the best option.
You don't need to deploy when you're developing locally. The rails applications bring their own web server, which can be run from the checkout directory. This seems to be not clear in the readme, I'll try to make it more obvious.
So now I'm totally confused. I have the web frontend running, but how do I connect it to api.opensuse.org, so that login and data access is done there?
You have to change the FRONTEND_HOST constant in /srv/www/obs/webclient/config/environments/development.rb.