I have been trying to install a Rails app called devalot (http://software.pmade.com/devalot) on my Mac (10.4 Tiger). I built Ruby 1.8.5 from source on this box, and have been using it daily for weeks for Rails development and other, non-Rails R. playing. In the setup process, it requires a ruby script to run to do some setup: ruby script/setup.rb When I run this script, I get this error: /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/digest.rb:16:in `const_missing': Digest class not found: Digest::SHA384 (NameError) Now, when I look in /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/digest.rb, I find these lines: require 'digest.so' module Digest autoload "SHA256", "digest/sha2.so" autoload "SHA384", "digest/sha2.so" autoload "SHA512", "digest/sha2.so" ... Now, I don't have any .so files lying around. I believe the right things are .bundle files on MacOSX. I have, in /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/i686-darwin8.8.2, a digest.bundle and a digest/sha2.bundle. I have the same thing in /usr/local/lib/ruby/1.8/i686-darwin8.8.2. I don't know why they're in both places. They're not symlinks, and cmp(1) says they're identical files. Anyway... Anyway, can someone tell me what I appear to have done wrong, or what Ruby did wrong, when I built it to get into this situation? By way of comparison, the hpricot gem does require 'hpricot_scan' and then there is in its lib dir both 'hpricot_scan.so' and 'hpricot_scan.bundle'. Any ideas of where to start?
on 2007-02-21 04:27
on 2007-02-21 04:58
Just a quick update to this, the whole "trying to install this app" thing was an inadvertent red herring on my part: the problem shows up in just trying to run Ruby's 'make test-all': ~/src/ruby rew$ make test-all ./miniruby ./runruby.rb --extout=.ext -- "./test/runner.rb" --basedir="./test" --runner=console /Users/rew/src/ruby/.ext/common/digest.rb:16:in `const_missing': Digest class not found: Digest::SHA384 (NameError) make: *** [test-all] Error 1 If anyone could shed some light on what is going on here, or how to fix it, I'd be very much obliged.
on 2007-02-21 16:00
On 2/20/07, Ryan W. <email@example.com> wrote: > Just a quick update to this, the whole "trying to install this app" > thing was an inadvertent red herring on my part: the problem shows up > in just trying to run Ruby's 'make test-all': This seems like a bug in Ruby; I would post this to ruby-core or on rubyforge.org's Ruby bug tracker. -austin