Updating ruby windows
While Windows is not an officially-supported platform, it can be used to run Jekyll with the proper tweaks.
If you already have a version of Ruby installed you need to uninstall it before you can continue.
Open a command prompt and execute the following commands: This gem is also needed in the github-pages and to get it running on Windows x64 we have to install a few things.
Note: In the current pre release it works out of the box with Windows x64 but this version is not referenced in the github-pages.
working if I include that line so for the moment I ignore that warning.
In the future the installation process of the github-pages should be as simple as the setup of the blog.
But as long as the new version of the Nokogiri (v1.6.8) is not stable and referenced, it is work to get it up and running on Windows.
While setting up for the Treehouse Rails 5 Basics course, we're also updating our installation help workshops to cover Rails 5. We figured we'd share those. To access Ruby, go to the Windows menu, click All Programs, scroll down to Ruby, and click “Start Command Prompt with Ruby”. A command prompt terminal will.… continue reading »
Nov 16, 2016. For older versions of RubyInstaller, you need to install “DevKit” ↴. You should pick the devkit version akin to your version of Windows. After downloading ONE of the above files, load the self extracting archive and “unzip” to a temporary directory Extract The Files To The Folder Where They Will Permanently.… continue reading »
Jul 10, 2017. In this tutorial, you'll set up a Ruby programming environment on your local Windows 10 machine using the command line. You'll configure Bash on Windows, and then use RVM, the Ruby Version Manager to install the latest version of Ruby and its prerequisites. Then you'll test your environment out by.… continue reading »
Download & Install Ruby. First, download RubyInstaller from Forward does not currently support 64bit versions of Ruby on Windows, so we recommend you install Ruby 1.9.3 or the 32bit version of Ruby 2.0. Once it's downloaded, double click the file to start the installer. Select your.… continue reading »
Developers may wish to keep up to date with the most current version of Ruby, or may find it necessary to have different versions of Ruby installed on their computers for different projects. For example, there might be a Rails project that requires Ruby 1.9.3, another Rails project that requires Ruby 2.0, and then a Calabash.… continue reading »
Install Ruby and the Ruby DevKit. Ruby is the programming language that Jekyll is written in. You'll need to install Ruby and the corresponding DevKit, which is needed to build some of Jekyll's dependencies as “native extensions”. Install Ruby. First, click on the button below and download the installer for Ruby v2.0.0 that.… continue reading »