Recently I wanted to use Pow with Chruby. I also needed to be able to use different Ruby versions on different projects. In this post I will explain my process. It will assume you followed my previous post about setting up Chruby.
Pow is a (almost) zero configuration server for Ruby on Rails applications. It allows anyone to access Rails applications by using the
.dev top level domain.
Every project linked to Pow needs to have a
.powenv file that switches the ruby version.
# Load chruby source /usr/local/share/chruby/chruby.sh # Tell chruby to switch to the version specified chruby $(cat .ruby-version)
.ruby-version file is also required.
If set up right, Pow should switch to the Ruby version specified in the