Topic: Newbi Question - Developed on Windows, but Destined for Unix
I have a question that I have been unable to find the answer to. It is very possible that it is a non-sense question, but I figured I would ask before I starprobelted on my first RoR project.
Most of the RoR tutorials and lessons are done locally on a window's machine. My question is this, when developed on a Window's machine, can the script be migrated to an apache/unix server without any problems?
I ask this because with other languages, there are conflicts between windows and unix, such as the back/forward slash issue. Is this not apparent with RoR?
Also, does anyone have any links/resources regarding moving a local copy of a RoR development to a ruby-able remote server? It seems that all tutorials are locally based, or they are based on developing remotely using SSH, which includes an entirely different set of syntax.
I hope I have been clear enough, and my apologies if this question is absolutely ridiculous. Thank you for any advice you can offer!
Last edited by na3s (2007-11-25 15:43:46)