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by Tony Arnold — Oct 18
I second Mr eel's approach. Personally, I find it much easier to let MacPorts (or Fink) do it's business. This way, you can easily upgrade to the latest point release of Ruby as they are put out, and there's no buggering about with MySQL /Postgres dependencies if you choose that path (although experience has shown me that sqlite3 databases are much easier to deal with both in dev and production).
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