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Getting started with fluxx engine:

Get bundler running so you can manage your dependencies via the Gemfile

  • gem update —system
  • gem install bundler
  • Be sure you are using rails 3
    • Change your dependencies in the Gemfile
    • If you are not using the bundler, you must install the latest rails: gem install rails —pre

fluxx_engine gem

  • In order for the gem to be readable, you must place it in a directory ../fluxx_engine in relation to your directory. Otherwise, amend the reference implementations Gemfile to reference its location.
  • gem install jeweler to make sure you have jeweler available
  • cd ../fluxx_engine; rake install
    • Now you should see a fluxx_engine.gemspec file living in your fluxx_engine directory
  • rails generate audited_migration
  • generate the migration. Note that this can be run multiple times without overwriting or generating extra migrations. In the future to get upgrades, simply run it again
    • rails generate fluxx_engine_migration
  • generate the javascript and copy it to your application’s public directory
    • rails generate fluxx_engine_public

database

  • cp config/database.yml.sample config/database.yml
    • Edit config/database.yml and adjust the parameters for your local db
  • rake db:setup

Get dependencies

  • bundle install
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