Hello, On Windows XP, I got a ruby program using RMagick and working perfectly. I put this at the begining of my code: require 'rubygems' require 'RMagick' include 'Magick' Now, when I use the exact same code within Rails, I can't have RMagick working... It seems it's not initalizing. The include 'Magick' returns "undefined method `include'" Without the include, I got a "dynamic constant assignment" when I use an Image or ImageList. I tried also to remove require'rubygems' which I think should not be necessary in Rails. I know there's been tons of post regarding RMagick installation before, but what puzzles me is it seems to be correctly installed... For instance, it does appear when doing a gem list... Any idea?
on 2007-03-11 01:23
on 2007-03-11 08:44
In my app, I simply have require 'RMagick' I create new objects like so: Magick::Image.new I think preceding Image.new is necessary because the class that I am calling from is named "Image" anyway? I'm not sure. Anyway, that works for me.
on 2007-03-11 13:57
I'm not sure why it'd be giving you the "undefined method 'include'" but the proper include is: include Magick without the quotes. It's not including a file but in fact telling Rails to mixin the methods of the module Magick [in the RMagick library]. I'd recommend mixing these methods in only in whatever specific class you plan on implementing RMagick in. Also, I tried out the quotes around Magick in the include and got a different error than the one you're talking about. I got "wrong argument type String (expected Module) (TypeError)", which makes sense because of the reason I said above. Hope all that helped. RSL
on 2007-03-11 19:52
Oops, actually, I put require 'RMagick' include Magick (without the quotes) in my code, already...