This post was originally published 10-Feb-2012.
CautionIn your projectspace directory, you'll want it to have its own RVM gemset (mine is called "projects"). The refinerycms app is not rvm-friendly yet; it will do a bundle install at the end of setting everything up, and those gems will be installed in the projectspace gemset, not a new gemset for the new app (which is where they should be installed).
Gen new RefineryCMS 2.0.0 app
$ cd projectspace $ gem install rails -v'3.2.1' $ rails new <new app> -m http://www.refinerycms.com/t/edgeThat's it. The -m option references an application template. You might be able to add additional refinerycms options on that line (I haven't tried it yet), for example selecting a different database than sqlite3, etc.
There's tons of output (see gist »). Good luck!