This is awesome. Thanks for putting this together. 

I haven't tried it yet but does is check to see if you have rvm installed 

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Jim Gay
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On Jan 11, 2012, at 12:58 AM, john <> wrote:

> In an effort to make the install/setup process for Radiant 1.0 as easy as 
> possible I've started working on installers for Ubuntu/Debian and Mac users.
> The installers do not assume you have any part of the Radiant requirements 
> installed so you don't even need a working Ruby to get started (actually on 
> Mac you'll have to manually install Xcode but the installer will let you know 
> what to do). Just run two commands and respond to a few prompts and your 
> Radiant 1.0.0 (currently RC4) will be up and running in no time.
> Once downloaded you can continue using the script to setup new instances and 
> all the dependency installation stuff will be skipped.
> If anyone has success or failure I'd like to know about it (either here or in 
> the gist comments) so we can make these things work for as many people as 
> possible. Also if you have the sweet bash/sh scripting chops and want to help 
> improve the scripts that would be fantastic. If there is interest I can setup 
> a proper repository to make forking/merging easier but for now gists seem 
> good enough.
> ## Mac
> Tested against 10.7 using Homebrew and MacPorts. Complete script 
>     curl -OL
>     bash
> ## Ubuntu/Debian
> Tested against Ubuntu 10.04, 11.10 and Debian 6. Complete script 
>     wget
>     bash
> ## What the installer does
> Running the installer will install RVM and all the platform specific 
> dependencies needed to build rubies. Then it'll install Ruby 1.9.3, setup an 
> isolated RVM environment for each Radiant instance, do the `bundle install` 
> dance, run the bootstrap task and create a project specific `.rvmrc` file so 
> the right environment will be loaded when you `cd` into your project. For Mac 
> users who don't already have a package manager it will additionally install 
> Homebrew.
> New Radiant instances are created in your home directory but you can move the 
> created projects to wherever you want later.

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