A minimal "framework", on top of ActiveRecord, for running object models in Ruby.
OORB doesn't have any production pretensions. It was created only to be a tool for my OO classes.
Firstly, you must have Ruby installed (at this moment, 1.9.2, please!).
So you can run (as root, depending on your environment):
$ gem install bundler $ bundle install
For running SQLite 3, you may have to install some system dependencies. Search engines are your friends.
RVM gemsets are strongly recommended.
You can use migrations for creating your tables. See an example at db/migrate directory. In order to create your tables, just run:
$ rake migrate
The domain folder has an example of model class.
The spec folder has an example of a RSpec specification. Your specs can be run in the same way regular RSpec tests are run:
$ rspec spec/your_spec.rb
Please read "Models" section at Rails docs.
Go to Ruby documentation.