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Removing or Uninstalling Ruby, Rails, and/or Gems from Mac OS X 10.9.4

I had some health issues and was away from my iMac for about 6-8 months. I’m not exactly sure which version of OS X was running when I stopped using it, but I had just installed Rails and was about ...
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What should I make out of this message?

I am trying to set up the Ruby on Rails on my Mac OS X Maverick just to check whether I have Rails installed I typed rails --version and I got this as response ...
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How to investigate why my VIM freezing for 5 sec during saving Rails application files?

What can cause an issue when I am saving a file in rails application folder freezing for about 5 seconds? How to investigate this issue? VIMRC: https://gist.github.com/4632cbcfc655899c934f
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How to Install PCRE Development Headers on Mac OSX

I just upgraded my MacBook Pro to Mavericks and my local Ruby on Rails development environment isn't running straight off the bat, when I visit localhost I see It works! and remembered I needed to ...
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Install rails on Mac OS X

I try to install Rails on Mac OS X. I already installed ruby. $ ruby -v ruby 2.0.0p247 (2013-06-27 revision 41674) [x86_64-darwin11.4.2] I check whether Rails is installed: $ rails -v Rails is ...
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What's the equivalent of Ubuntu's apt-get command on a Mac

I'm trying to install the Feedzirra gem to do some work with RSS feeds. One documented issue with the installation is the need to install libcurl3-dev to address a common error in the installation ...
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I deleted Ruby.Framework how can I get it back? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is it possible to reinstall/fix Mac OS X’s system ruby without doing a complete OS reinstall? As the title says, I deleted Ruby.Framework how can I get it back? I don't ...
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subl does not open in command line

I am unable to open sublime text from the command line in my mac os. Here is what I did so far echo $PATH My path says ...
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Why does Xcode have anything to do with installing Rails?

I replaced a broken logic board on my MacBook Pro and have OS X Snow Leopard reinstalled without XCode. I installed gems successfully without running into any errors, but when I tried installing ...
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Why does bash sometimes think my $HOME isn't the correct directory?

Like the title says it seems that bash sometimes misidentifies my $HOME. This cropped up after a seemingly unique series of events that I will now replay in broad strokes. Running OS X 10.6 with ...
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How can I update Ruby and Rails on MacOS 10.6?

I just got a Macbook laptop that is running 10.6.3 AKA "Snow Leopard". I know it comes with Ruby 1.8.7 and Rails 2.3, but I was wondering what the best way is to update those to Ruby 1.9.2 and Rails ...
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Botched Git install

I have been learning Rails with the help of Michael Hartl's tutorial, but I think I messed something up while following his Git installation directions: First, everything works; in fact, I completed ...
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Upgrading Rails Dev Unit from Snow Leopard to Lion

Should I take any considerations for my Rails 3.0/3.1, Ruby 1.9.2 development machine running OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard before upgrading to OS X 10.7 Lion? Will there be anything that I need to ...
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Mac with Rails & Postgres Installed - Overheats quickly?

Anyone else have this problem? I'm on a 15" Macbook running rails and postgres. Needless to say, shortly after powering up the mac and getting into development work, the mac gets very hot at the ...
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Readline problems installing Ruby with RVM

I'm struggling with rvm. This isn't the first time I've installed rvm, and it isn't the first time I've had problems with it, but this problem is proving to be a right pain; and all of the articles ...
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Is VirtualBox really slow compared to the host OS? (for Ruby development)

I have VirtualBox running Ubuntu as a guest environment on my Macbook Pro running Leopard OS X 10.5. I timed the same batch of Ruby on Rails unit tests on both systems. The difference seems to be ...