Posts Tagged ‘windows’

After countless problems today, I ended up rolling Rails back to version 2.3.4 and Ruby to version 1.8.6. Note: it may say to Ctrl-C to shutdown the server, but you actually have to do Ctrl+Break. And note to self: Some of my tests use the “should_ensure_length_at_most” macro in shoulda, which for some reason isn’t in […]


I recently installed Windows 7 Professional on my laptop. It was perfect timing since I was starting to have issues going into standby on my Windows XP Professional install, so it was about time since I would have re-formatted soon anyways. It has, for the most part, been a seamless upgrade. The Control Panel was completely […]