Mark Chadwick on 27 Jan 2006 18:27:59 -0000

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Re: [PhillyOnRails] OS X Tiger

If its for a production environment, yeah.  The Darwinports route is probably your best.

If its for development, Locomotive ( is a great way to go, despite its bad wrap.  The problem people had in the past was not being able to work cleanly with the shell, and within locomotive at the same time.

In the 1.x series of Locomotive, it'll spawn a Terminal for you with your environment all set up.  You can run your app with any number of versions of rails, Webrick, and lighthttpd.  You'll also be able to use gem to get whatever you need for any of the said installations.

Has mysql bindings, though I can't speak for mysql 5.

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