While preparing our talk on IT-Trends for OOP 2007 (Januar 22-25 in Munich) I had to upgrade my Mac to newer versions of Ruby and Rails - and found some gorgious links on these topics:
- Build Ruby, Rails and other really important stuff from scratch on Mac OS Tiger. Be careful - you might get your hands really geeky. Fundamental starting point.
- Use Ruby on Rails for Web Development on Mac OS X. Ooops - until today I did not know that Apple had Rails-related stuff in their portfolio (alas - its a great company, so I should have guessed...)
- If you prefer clean hands and GUI: Try Locomotive - a simple and more-or-less intuitive tool to support your Rails development on Mac OS X.