San Francisco, CAUSA 94103
September 17, 2012
Catching up on my ruby!
Women Who Code! (aka Judy)
The Wubi install also installs Xubuntu afterwards. Happily, Wubi/Xubuntu was not a hard thing to install.
Yes, it was therubyracer. But the underlying issue was that the bootstrap stuff requires something besides just therubyracer, that then requires libv8, which is not yet adapted to handle the Windows OS.
What I wound up doing was installing Xubuntu (Ubuntu with an xfce GUI) so that I could continue to work on bridge_troll. In my case, I first installed a package called Wubi that allows a dual boot between Win and Xubuntu without having to partition the laptop's hard disk.
I started working on issue 34 and it occurred to me that if you like, I could pull down the work you've already done on it from your repository. I'm especially interested in the tests! I've gotten into the HTML (making progress) but haven't touched the CSS part yet.