Redmine 0.8.2 stable works with Rails 2.3.2

Added by ben eeg about 11 years ago

hi,

i just installed the 0.8.2 with rails 2.3.2 and it works pretty well, but the wiki says, i should use rails 2.1.2.
is there any problem or can i run the 0.8.2 with rails 2.3.2 or should the wiki be updated?

ben

Replies (7)

RE: Redmine 0.8.2 stable works with Rails 2.3.2 - Added by Mauro Toffanin about 11 years ago

sorry, but you are wrong; with rail 2.2 Calendar and Gaant stop to work.

RE: Redmine 0.8.2 stable works with Rails 2.3.2 - Added by Davide Ferrari about 11 years ago

Hi Ben

can you tell me what you did to update Rail to 2.3.2 and keep redmine 0.8 working? I'm getting tons of errors, I cannot even start it

RE: Redmine 0.8.2 stable works with Rails 2.3.2 - Added by ben eeg about 11 years ago

hi,

i did not update rails, i just set up a completly new server with (self-compiled) ruby1.8.7p72 and rails 2.3.2.
after that i just did the standard installation from the RedmineInstall on this site and everything works fine.

are you sure that your rails works fine (with other apps)??

ben

RE: Redmine 0.8.2 stable works with Rails 2.3.2 - Added by Mauro Toffanin about 11 years ago

I have ruby-1.8.6_p368 and I can confirm what I have just written in my previous post: a lot of errors when rails 2.3.x is used.

p.s.: I'm sure that my rails is working fine as I'm using rails 2.3.x for other ruby software.

RE: Redmine 0.8.2 stable works with Rails 2.3.2 - Added by ben eeg about 11 years ago

hi,

here is my setup. everything is self compiled on debian 4.0 (64bit). hope it will help you.

lighttpd 1.4.22
ruby 1.8.7 (2008-08-11 patchlevel 72) [x86_64-linux]
gem 1.3.2

actionmailer (2.3.2)
actionpack (2.3.2)
activerecord (2.3.2)
activeresource (2.3.2)
activesupport (2.3.2)
fcgi (0.8.7)
mysql (2.7)
rails (2.3.2)
rake (0.8.4)

RE: Redmine 0.8.2 stable works with Rails 2.3.2 - Added by chris redmine about 11 years ago

if you downloaded the tarball of redmine, it comes packaged with rails 2.1.2, are you sure that isn't the version it is using, and thus why it is working?

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