Création d'un social network avec Ruby on Rails


#1

J’ai cloné l’open source Social Stream sur Github pour lancer un social network, j’ai installer les bundle mais je n’arrive pas à générer les components .


console: rails generate social_stream:install

la machine ne reconnait pas cette commande


ubuntu gnome 14.10
ruby version 2.0.0
rails version 4.2.1



#2

Tu peux poster le message d’erreur complet ?

Et pour gagner tu temps tu peux aussi poster le résultat de la commande :

rails generate

En gros il faut comprendre si tu as une erreur parce que la commande rails n’est pas reconnu, parceque tu exécute la commande en dehors de la racine d’un projet Rails, où parce que le generator n’est pas trouvé ?

Edit :
Et de toute façon social stream n’est pas compatible avec Rails 4 :

Unfortunatelly, Social Stream is not compatible with Rails 4 yet. I will change the gemspec to reflect this issue.


#3

Bonjour @vdaubry, merci pour votre aide. J’ai nommé le projet mysn
Je suis à la racine et quand je tape rails generate social_stream:install , j’obtiens cela. C’est comme si j’avais tapé rails -h :
khadim@guestoo:~/RoR/rails-lab/mysn$ rails generate social_stream:install
/home/khadim/RoR/rails-lab/mysn/social_stream.gemspec:10: warning: Insecure world writable dir /home/khadim/RoR in PATH, mode 040777
Usage:
rails new APP_PATH [options]

Options:
-r, [–ruby=PATH] # Path to the Ruby binary of your choice
# Default: /home/khadim/.rvm/rubies/ruby-2.0.0-p643/bin/ruby
-b, [–builder=BUILDER] # Path to a application builder (can be a filesystem path or URL)
-m, [–template=TEMPLATE] # Path to an application template (can be a filesystem path or URL)
[–skip-gemfile], [–no-skip-gemfile] # Don’t create a Gemfile
[–skip-bundle], [–no-skip-bundle] # Don’t run bundle install
-G, [–skip-git], [–no-skip-git] # Skip Git ignores and keeps
-O, [–skip-active-record], [–no-skip-active-record] # Skip Active Record files
-S, [–skip-sprockets], [–no-skip-sprockets] # Skip Sprockets files
-d, [–database=DATABASE] # Preconfigure for selected database (options: mysql/oracle/postgresql/sqlite3/frontbase/ibm_db/sqlserver/jdbcmysql/jdbcsqlite3/jdbcpostgresql/jdbc)
# Default: sqlite3
-j, [–javascript=JAVASCRIPT] # Preconfigure for selected JavaScript library
# Default: jquery
-J, [–skip-javascript], [–no-skip-javascript] # Skip JavaScript files
[–dev], [–no-dev] # Setup the application with Gemfile pointing to your Rails checkout
[–edge], [–no-edge] # Setup the application with Gemfile pointing to Rails repository
-T, [–skip-test-unit], [–no-skip-test-unit] # Skip Test::Unit files
[–old-style-hash], [–no-old-style-hash] # Force using old style hash (:foo => ‘bar’) on Ruby >= 1.9

Runtime options:
-f, [–force] # Overwrite files that already exist
-p, [–pretend], [–no-pretend] # Run but do not make any changes
-q, [–quiet], [–no-quiet] # Suppress status output
-s, [–skip], [–no-skip] # Skip files that already exist

Rails options:
-h, [–help], [–no-help] # Show this help message and quit
-v, [–version], [–no-version] # Show Rails version number and quit

Description:
The ‘rails new’ command creates a new Rails application with a default
directory structure and configuration at the path you specify.

You can specify extra command-line arguments to be used every time
'rails new' runs in the .railsrc configuration file in your home directory.

Note that the arguments specified in the .railsrc file don't affect the
defaults values shown above in this help message.

Example:
rails new ~/Code/Ruby/weblog

This generates a skeletal Rails installation in ~/Code/Ruby/weblog.
See the README in the newly created application to get going.

#4

@vdaubry , Finalement je suis entrain de le faire en from scratch.