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Also the Windows testing/autotesting setup has many dead-end rabbit holes.
Just getting things set up right. I know I had to add devkit before; and that there's some tweaking of environment variables; but no clear set of steps to follow. There is a pik devkit command, which throws an error.
Hmm. There is this,
which reminded me to edit devkit\config.yml and add the new ruby location, e.g.
Maybe that's what pik devkit was supposed to do for me!
If anyone could add some notes on Windows installation, feel free.
It's been awhile since I started with Rails, and I use pik; but I'm still finding upgrading to 1.9.3 a challenge.
On Windows, I get the error
> 'spork' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
> operable program or batch file.
When I ran bundler, though, spork installed 3 windows gems