Andrew Fontaine

Mostly code

Continuing on with our “Developing on Windows” series, we will now be talking about Ruby. Why does everyone think that you can’t develop on Windows? Our last post talks about getting a decent set up for vim.

Compared to that, this is actually not too bad. It follows three steps:

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Look, I know you like to program. I also know you like to play video games. I know that gaming on Linux and Mac OS X isn’t too bad, but I know that the big ones are only on Windows.

Dual-booting is an okay solution. It’s okay, SSDs make rebooting pretty quick, but for less than the amount of work of getting a decent dual-boot set up, we can pretty much just do the development in Windows.

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Well, I’m giving this whole static-site Jekyll, Octopress thing a go again, hosting it on Github Pages and all that.

Of course, that means customization. As I imagine I’ll have a lot of code snippets going up, pretty syntax highlighting would be a good place to start.

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