Adding a usage message to install.rb script #8729

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timraymond commented Jan 3, 2013

Previously, invoking the install.rb script with zero arguments
caused it to attempt to install all gems without a version
suffix, which would fail spectacularly. Failing gracefully with
a usage message is more helpful to a first-time user.

This was a small pain point for me as I attempted to build
master for the first time on my local machine. Hope this helps
out other first-time contributors.

Adding a usage message to install.rb script
Previously, invoking the install.rb script with zero arguments
caused it to attempt to install all gems without a version
suffix, which would fail spectacularly. Failing gracefully with
a usage message is more helpful to a first-time user.

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@rafaelfranca rafaelfranca merged commit fdd6271 into rails:master Jan 3, 2013

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Thank you

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Thank you

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Happy to help!

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Happy to help!

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