Yes, ActiveScaffold is a available as gem. I think it s a great step forward and it will be easier than ever to integrate activescaffold into your projects. Finally, we ve managed to get it up and running and I would like to thank Chris Shoemaker for his contribution to this project.

Let me introduce to you the different options you have to integrate activescaffold into your project:

  1. Plugin
    rails plugin install git://github.com/vhochstein/active_scaffold.git -r 'rails-3.0'
    
  2. Gem
    gemfile:
    gem active_scaffold_vho
    
  3. Gem linked to git repository using rails 3.0
    gemfile:
    gem 'active_scaffold_vho', :git => 'git://github.com/vhochstein/active_scaffold.git', :branch => 'rails-3.0'
    
  4. Gem linked to git repository using rails 3.1 (not working)
    gemfile:
    gem 'active_scaffold_vho', :git => 'git://github.com/vhochstein/active_scaffold.git'
    

I ve updated One-Step-Install to use third option as a default and if you do not have git installed it will use second option.

All activescaffold plugins have been gemified as well:

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