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Installing Ultraviolet Plugin

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Avatar marfig 3 post(s)

Hello everyone,

First post here. Thank you for such a wonderful program.

I’ve installed the Redmine native stack for Windows and all is working great. Our project bug tracker is now being served on my local machine through DDNS, thanks to you.

However I’m struggling to install the only plugin I require of this excellent bug tracker. Since our project is developed in C#, I would require the Ultraviolet Syntax Highlighter plugin (http://www.redmine.org/plugins/redmine_ultravio….

Could someone please help me on the steps required to make this plugin available on our bug tracker?

 
Avatar Beltrán Rueda Administrator 3,714 post(s)

Hi,

I just wrote a small quick guide in the Wiki. I hope it helps http://wiki.bitnami.com/Applications/BitNami_Redmine_Stack#How_to_install_the_Redmine_Ultraviolet_plugin.3f

 
Avatar marfig 3 post(s)

Thank you Beltrán.

However these instructions assume a Linux native stack. I’m running the Redmine windows native stack. After starting “Use Bitnami Redmine Stack” that sets the necessary environment, I’m only left with gem and git, not apt-get. Neither I’m sure how I could setup MinGW for use here.

 
Avatar marfig 3 post(s)

Nevermind. I realize I may be asking for too much.
I’ll wait for CodeRay to hopefully reach 1.1, when C# scanner is planned, and for Redmine to update accordingly. Or, for Redmine to incorporate Ultraviolet instead.

 
Avatar Beltrán Rueda Administrator 3,714 post(s)

Hi,

In the Windows case it is not necessary to install the apt-get packages. Rubygems will download the compiled gems.

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