-devpackages for the features that you want. Readline, for example:
libreadline-devon debian. http://rubyforge.org/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=23925&group_id=1900&atid=7436 When you install RVM, run
rvm requirementsand install everything it recommends. You'll probably also need
libcurl-dev(curl). Debian - when I used RVM on Debian for the first time, I had to use RVM to install copies of zlib and openssl in RVM's tree. For some reason
configurecouldn't see the Debian's versions.
Debugger.startas soon as you can (preferably at the top level) so the debugger can capture the full stack frame. Tips on debugging memory leaks: http://blog.skylight.io/hunting-for-leaks-in-ruby/ https://github.com/rails/rails/issues - this is the "official" Rails bug tracking system. The Rails "trac" and "lighthouse" sites appear to be obsolete although they have powerful Google-fu Run a single unit test:
$ ruby -I"lib:test" test/test_filename.rb -n test_launch_should_create_a_response_setThe "test_" prefix and underscores need to be added, so this invocation would match a method named "launch should create a response set". http://meta.discourse.org/t/tuning-ruby-and-rails-for-discourse/4126 http://blog.codeclimate.com/blog/2013/03/27/rails-insecure-defaults/ - 13 Security Gotchas You Should Know About https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojd1G4gOMdk is a good explanation of the relative complexity of the two packages.