Recently, I had a pleasure to work with @kinnaj.
He is a designer and uses Photoshop on Windows.
We were going to work on a Rails project together.
You noticed it right. Windows + Rails = :sweat:
Among all the solutions I thought (including cloud IDE) vagrant was the smoothest.
Building a suitable box is not a problem, but I wanted it to be automated and available inside of our repo.
- So, I forked rails/rails-dev-box repo;
- Removed MySQL 8fe6b0e;
postgresuser trusted cb1384b;
- Updated ruby version to
- Added aliismayilov/rails-dev-box as a submodule to our Rails project.
Here is the modified part of Vagrantfile from the project:
# ... # Use 1GB RAM instead of default < 512MB. config.vm.provider :virtualbox do |vb| vb.customize ["modifyvm", :id, "--memory", "1024"] end # specify puppet manifest and module files location config.vm.provision :puppet do |puppet| puppet.manifests_path = 'rails-dev-box/puppet/manifests' puppet.module_path = 'rails-dev-box/puppet/modules' end # ...
Now my collegue had to install VirtualBox and Vagrant.
Run the following commands to be inside of a working vagrant box with Rails+PostgresSQL+Memcached.
> vagrant up > vagrant ssh $ cd /vagrant