I'd keep as much as you can in the repository.  What happens if you
need to upgrade Radiant for one of your applications, but need to keep
another application on an older Radiant version?  It's no problem if
Radiant (and the rest of the libraries you use) are bundled up with
the application.

Joe

On Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 4:15 AM, Simon Rönnqvist <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>  Hi!
>
> I just dug up this old post. :)
>
> I found that I can also install gems in my home-directory at Dreamhost, I
> tested installing Radiant that way and it worked. Would you still recommend
> cloning from the repo or is using a gem just as good, what pros and cons do
> you see?
>
> I'm guessing that the gem version might be more stable, and also easier to
> maintain if I want to have several installations. While using the
> repo-version again would give me more flexibility to use newer code, or
> maybe even switch to some branch.
>
> Is it easy to move an installation from using a gem to using a repo-version
> or the other way around?
>
>  cheers, Simon
>
>
> On Oct 8, 2008, at 16:57 , Casper Fabricius wrote:
>
>> Hi Simon,
>>
>> I'd recommend to do a
>>
>> git clone git://github.com/radiant/radiant.git my_radiant_app
>>
>> instead. Remember to create a database.yml file and to create the mysql
>> database on DH.
>>
>> Med venlig hilsen / Best regards,
>> Casper Fabricius
>> http://casperfabricius.com
>>
>> On 08/10/2008, at 15:44, Simon Rönnqvist wrote:
>>
>>> Hi!
>>>
>>> I've been trying to use Radiant unpacked with Dreamhost. But I fail to
>>> get it working, maybe I'm doing something wrong... but I failed to find any
>>> good howto.
>>>
>>> I unpacked Radiant into my Radiant app's vendor/gems/ folder using "gem
>>> unpack radiant".
>>> (I'm not 100% sure where I should put it actually.)
>>>
>>> Then I uploaded the whole thing to Dreamhost and tried the following:
>>> $ rake production db:bootstrap
>>> (in /home/.soes/ronnqvist/radiant)
>>> Missing the Radiant  gem. Please `gem install -v= radiant`, update your
>>> RADIANT_GEM_VERSION setting in config/environment.rb for the Radiant version
>>> you do have installed, or comment out RADIANT_GEM_VERSION to use the latest
>>> version installed.
>>>
>>> So it seems that Rake doesn't know where to look for the Radiant gem. Any
>>> ideas on how I do this very basic thing? :)
>>>
>>> cheers, Simon
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