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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.
- C:/Ruby187
- C:\Users\Ed.pik\rubies\Ruby-192-p136
- C:\Users\Ed.pik\rubies\Ruby-193-p0

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