On 19 Aug 2011, at 12:09, Jacky Huang wrote: > Hi, > > I install radiant on ubuntu with 'sudo gem install rails radiant'. And > the rails version is 3.0.10. > jacky@jacky-laptop:~$ rails -v > Rails 3.0.10 > jacky@jacky-laptop:~$ radiant -v > Radiant 0.9.1 > jacky@jacky-laptop:~$ > I know currently radiant is not supported with rails 3.0. So I am > confused with this result. Are there something wrong?
$ gem install rails radiant is an instruction to install first the rails gem, and then the radiant gem. You're getting the latest rails and the latest (non-prerelease) radiant, and everything is as it should be but not quite what you wanted. If you were using the nearly-nearly-ready radiant 1, you would only need to say: $ gem install radiant and rails would be brought in automatically as a dependency. If you want to use radiant 0.91, you also only need to say: $ gem install radiant but in that case it works because older versions of radiant include their own copies of rails in vendor/rails. So as it happens, your installation of rails 3.10 might not matter. It's best to uninstall it, though: when you start adding extensions and other gems that have their own dependencies on ActiveSupport (or similar) you can end up with rails-version-confusion. best, will