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If this fails with an error like -bash: mysql: command not found, then your PATH might be set up incorrectly. Read over the previous paragraphs one more time and make sure you ve followed the instructions.
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The first thing we like to do when compiling software is to make a place to work. In UNIX tradition, the place to compile and build sources is in the directory /usr/local/src. From the Terminal, enter the following command to create and change into /usr/local/src.
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$ pwd
/usr/local/src
CHAPTER 2 GETTING STARTED
The steps for compiling and installing packages are pretty standard: 1. Download the source package (curl). 2. Unarchive the source package (tar). 3. Configure compilation parameters (configure). 4. Compile the source files (make). 5. Install the software (install). Start by installing Readline, a prerequisite for Ruby on OS X systems. Make sure you re in the /usr/local/src directory, and type each of the following commands on its own line, pressing Enter after each one. The Terminal will respond to each command by spitting out a bunch of text on the screen, but when it s all over, you ll be back at the prompt and ready to enter the next command. Ready Let s go!
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ curl -O ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/readline/readline-5.2.tar.gz tar xzvf readline-5.2.tar.gz pushd readline-5.2 ./configure --prefix=/usr/local make sudo make install popd
The popd on the last line takes you back up a directory, so that you re in /usr/local/ src again, ready to tackle the next package.
Note If you get an error like configure: error: no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH, it means that your system wasn t able to find a compiler and therefore can t compile the source files. If you see this, you likely don t have the Xcode Tools installed correctly. Take a quick look back at the Installing the Apple Developer Tools section and make sure you ve followed all the directions.
With Readline successfully installed, you ll perform a similar procedure for installing Ruby. Again, make sure you re in the directory /usr/local/src, then issue the following commands at the prompt.
$ $ $ $ curl -O ftp://ftp.ruby-lang.org/pub/ruby/1.8/ruby-1.8.5-p12.tar.gz tar xzvf ruby-1.8.5-p12.tar.gz pushd ruby-1.8.5-p12 ./configure --prefix=/usr/local --enable-pthread --with-readline-dir=/usr/local
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$ make $ sudo make install $ popd
You can test to see if Ruby is installed correctly (and that your PATH is set up correctly) by asking Ruby for its version number:
$ ruby --version
ruby 1.8.5 (2006-08-25) [i686-darwin8.8.2]
Next, make sure that the instance of Ruby the shell is finding is the one you expect, which should be in /usr/local/bin/ruby.
$ which ruby
/usr/local/bin/ruby
Great! Ruby is installed and working correctly. You can now move on to the next step: installing RubyGems.
Installing RubyGems
Ruby uses a package management system called RubyGems (http://rubyforge.org/ project/rubygems) to manage the installation and maintenance of Ruby programs and libraries. As you ll see, RubyGems makes the installation of the various Rails libraries a piece of cake, but first, you need to get RubyGems running. The current stable version at the time of this writing is 0.9.1. Depending on when you re reading this book, there may be a newer version available, which you should use. Make sure you re in /usr/local/src and issue the following commands at the prompt.
$ $ $ $ $ curl -OL http://rubyforge.org/frs/download.php/16452/rubygems-0.9.1.tgz tar xzvf rubygems-0.9.1.tgz pushd rubygems-0.9.1 sudo ruby setup.rb popd
CHAPTER 2 GETTING STARTED
Installing Rails
With RubyGems in place, Rails is a cinch to install. Simply use the gem command, and RubyGems will take care of the rest.
$ sudo gem install rails --include-dependencies
The include-dependencies argument tells RubyGems to automatically download and install all the libraries and programs that Rails depends on. If you don t include dependencies in the command, it will still work, but you ll need to answer Yes to install each additional dependency as it comes up. When RubyGems is finished installing Rails, you can check to see if everything went smoothly by testing the rails command, just as you did with MySQL.
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