LARuby.com is a website built by and for the Los Angeles Ruby users' group. Its purpose is both to be a tool to promote and enhance LARuby and to be a project where LARuby members can work together to learn to be better coders.
LARuby.com is a collaborative effort of various Ruby Programmers in Los Angeles
Getting started is easy:
Clone the code in github.
$ git clone git://github.com/laruby/laruby.com.git
Install the Rails 2.3.3 gem if needed.
$ sudo gem install -v 2.3.3 rails
Copy database.yml.init to database.yml.
$ cp config/database.yml.init config/database.yml
Install the required gems.
$ sudo rake gems:install
Create the database and load the schema.
$ rake db:create db:schema:load
Run the specs.
$ rake spec
At this point, you should get a successful test run that looks something like this:
$ rake spec (in /Users/you/projects/laruby.com) .................................................................... Finished in 0.419873 seconds 68 examples, 0 failures $ RAILS_ENV=test cucumber Feature: Home Page Links In order to navigate site As a user I want to see links Scenario: Top Navigation Links # features/home_page_links.feature:6 Given I am on the homepage # features/step_definitions/webrat_steps.rb:6 When I view the page, I should see "2" navigation links # features/step_definitions/page_link_steps.rb:2 Then I should see the "Home" link # features/step_definitions/page_link_steps.rb:6 And I should see the "About" link # features/step_definitions/page_link_steps.rb:6 1 scenario (1 passed) 4 steps (4 passed) 0m0.306s
That's it, you're ready to go! Contact us through the laruby-codejam Google group or #laruby irc channel on freenode for more information.