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Now I can install this plugin and I can edit my rails 3. Update 2: In Project properties was the wrong Ruby Platform set.
Posted by euwero on Nov 06, Resolved the plugin installation problem. The path is the path of the updates. Install them from there. Posted by ajinkyaghorpade on Nov 05, Hi, During installation of the plugin I get an error that the plugin requires module org. Since this is a dependency I cannot install until this module is installed. As have been mentioned several times in this thread please mention the steps to install the plugin.
Same as Posted by lvskiprof on Oct 30, Please help! Posted by euwero on Nov 02, The blog entry doesn't help either, nor the links it points to. I am able to install one module at a time for a while, but one of them requires a reboot before you can proceed any further.
Finally you get down to just seven modules and they can't install without org. It seems that you need to place it somewhere, but putting in it.
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The plugin obviously needs fixing, but for now it would help if someone listed a step-by-step way to get the bloody thing installed. Posted by lvskiprof on Oct 30, Need named plug of org. Following plugin is affected: Ruby Projects" file:"org-jruby-jruby. Where is "path into plug-in repository"? I must move updates. My OS:windows xp ,32bit. Posted by hyb on Oct 17, Thanks for the hard work!
This is a little more straightforward than adding the Java packages and is the preferred package if you don't install "All".
Installing requisite plugins If you download a version other than the "All" version you will need to install one or more plugins to make your editor work as a JRuby Swing development system. Installing Rawr Since we are using a Java project, Netbeans will expect a Java class as the program's start point.
You can't tell Netbeans to run your project using a Ruby file for your main file so we need a Java file that kicks off your Ruby project. Fortunately the Rawr project provides just such as thing, in addition to packaging and deployment solutions. Rawr is distributed as a gem, but it has limited functionality when installed under MRI Ruby so it is highly suggested that you install it as a gem under your local JRuby installation.