Cannot load such file -- 1.9/http11

Hello,

I have installed the mongrel 1.2.0-pre2 gem into my project.
But when I do rake db:test:prepare I see this output :

cannot load such file – 1.9/http11

Anyone a idea how to solve this ?

Roelof

On Fri, Nov 2, 2012 at 5:21 PM, Roelof W. [email protected]
wrote:

Hello,

I have installed the mongrel 1.2.0-pre2 gem into my project.
But when I do rake db:test:prepare I see this output :

http://yourbugreportneedsmore.info/

You don’t say what version of Ruby, Rails and OS are you using.

cannot load such file – 1.9/http11

Anyone a idea how to solve this ?

While mongrel might work under Ruby 1.9, I’m not sure it will properly
work due the changes in threads. Not to mention newer versions of
Rails.

I personally you move a rack-based web server, like Puma:

http://puma.io/

Which uses the same parser from Mongrel and follows a similar philosofy.

Cheers,

Luis L.
AREA 17

Perfection in design is achieved not when there is nothing more to add,
but rather when there is nothing more to take away.
Antoine de Saint-Exupry

http://yourbugreportneedsmore.info/

You don’t say what version of Ruby, Rails and OS are you using.

I’m using on a Fedora Linux machine:

Ruby version : Ruby 1.9.3p286
Rails : Rails 3.2.8

I personally you move a rack-based web server, like Puma:

http://puma.io/

Which uses the same parser from Mongrel and follows a similar philosofy.

I will look into this. I’m using mongrel to test a website I make with
ruby on Rails.
So it must can work with localhost instead of a real url.

Roelof

While mongrel might work under Ruby 1.9, I’m not sure it will properly
work due the changes in threads. Not to mention newer versions of
Rails.

I personally you move a rack-based web server, like Puma:

http://puma.io/

Which uses the same parser from Mongrel and follows a similar philosofy.

One question : can Puma work together with Cucumber ?

Roelof

On Fri, Nov 2, 2012 at 5:56 PM, Roelof W. [email protected]
wrote:

One question : can Puma work together with Cucumber ?

The two are completely unrelated. One is a web server while the other
is a testing/acceptance framework.

I presume you want to test with cucumber your application, right?

Cucumber will use Rack to connect to your application and test your
controllers/stuff.
(search the web if you don’t know what is it)

Luis L.
AREA 17

Perfection in design is achieved not when there is nothing more to add,
but rather when there is nothing more to take away.
Antoine de Saint-Exupry

On Fri, Nov 2, 2012 at 5:50 PM, Roelof W. [email protected]
wrote:

I’m using on a Fedora Linux machine:

Ruby version : Ruby 1.9.3p286
Rails : Rails 3.2.8

I will recommend you use puma.io then. Rails 3 is not properly
supported by Mongrel.

I will look into this. I’m using mongrel to test a website I make with ruby
on Rails.
So it must can work with localhost instead of a real url.

All web servers work locally (listen/bind to local addresses), not
entirely sure if I follow your statement.

Luis L.
AREA 17

Perfection in design is achieved not when there is nothing more to add,
but rather when there is nothing more to take away.
Antoine de Saint-Exupry

From: [email protected]

Rails : Rails 3.2.8

All web servers work locally (listen/bind to local addresses), not
entirely sure if I follow your statement.

What I ment is for mongrel to start with capabary I had to insert this
into env.rb Change Capybara server settingsAdd these lines to
features/support/env.rb:

Capybara.server_port = 3001Capybara.app_host =
"localhost:3001"Capybara.server do |app, port| require
‘rack/handler/mongrel’ Rack::Handler::Mongrel.run(app, :Port =>
port)endMust I do the same for puma? Roelof > Luis L.

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