RailsMan

0.1 05 Jul 2008

Manage Ruby on Rails applications from a single window.

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RailsMan allows users of Mac OS X Leopard (10.5) to manage Ruby on Rails applications from a single window. It continues in the spirit of the now-discontinued Locomotive, providing a simple interface for managing Rails apps on your development machine.

RailsMan is still in very early development stages. It seems to work, at least on my machine, most of the time! It's quite possible that if you're doing something out of the ordinary (e.g. using a different ruby or rails stack than the default Leopard one) that it just won't work at all. Please give me feedback if you run into troubles! I'll do the best I can to get it working on as wide a variety of setups as possible.

RailsMan is released under the GPLv2 licence. It is free to use, and source code is available from Sourceforge.net.

If you would like to support the development of RailsMan, you may do so by donating. Probably more importantly, though, you can get involved in the development. Drop me an email if you would like to help out.

What's New

Version 0.1: This is an initial release. It works (most of the time), assuming that you have a very normal setup, using Apple's Rails stack provided in Leopard. I haven't tested widely yet, or built in much error-handling into the code. Things are liable to fail, silently.

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.5 or later

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Details

Downloads
1,504
Version Downloads
1,504
Type
Internet / Reference
License
Free
Date
05 Jul 2008
Platform
OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price
Free