I finally made the jump to use XVim. I now edit without constantly hitting escape and :wq in Xcode. Just about everything works as expected, including jumping to methods. In any case, below are the links. Installation is simple as building with with release as build in schema.
Here’s the link
Ruby 2.1 has many improvements including speedup without severe incompatibilities. You can use this on Rails and some applications, and get more comfortable experience.
I was sad and shocked to wake up to the news that Jim Weirich passed away. He contributed so much to Ruby community and was one of the nice Rubyist.
Not only he created Rake, but he also created Flexmock. One of those component that I loved so much.
I’ll always remember Jim whenever I issue a rake command.
I’d like to thank Jim for everything and will always remember his gifts to us while he was with us.
I had to create a new Rails app when I had newer version installed as shown below from
gem list command.
rails (4.0.0, 3.2.13)
rails _3.2.13_ new newappwitholderrails
Rails version is within _.
Great set of screencasts on Mina deploy. Checkout the channel for more screencasts.
Why is this important? Understanding of data structure should help with learning other programming languages. Unfortunately, I started with Assembly, so you’ll understand what it was like to program long long time ago. Wiki provides excellent starting point with links.