Getting FubuMVC from github and building it from the command line

Documentation on new and upcoming projects is sometimes a bit sparse, here a first contribution to FubuMVC: The bare beginnings.

  • Get some git environment running. This is a good introduction
  • you can start a git folder with git init and then e.g. get a readonly version of fubumvc with “git clone git://github.com/DarthFubuMVC/fubumvc.git”. Note that git will create a fubumvc folder.
  • Get ruby from http://rubyinstaller.org/download.html * It should be irrelevant which version you use (1.8.x or 1.9.x).
  • Once installed, ensure you have the necessary dependencies: * from your fubumvc folder, run InstallGems.bat.
  • When all the gems have been installed successfully, you can run “rake” for the project

If you have ruby 1.9.x you should ensure that rubyzip 0.9.4 is installed.

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