On Dec 10, 2011, at 8:50 AM, Dmytrii N. wrote:
On 11/12/2011, at 12:08 AM, Nick K. wrote:
It doesn’t look to be specific to Windows:
Ok. But I really don’t understand how it can solve the problem with nailgun.
Nailgun is supposed to be part of jruby.
Yes and no. We distribute the files, but on non-Windows machines, it
needs to be compiled.
I already have JRuby installed via RVM. So what kind of problem jruby-launcher
is supposed to solve for me?
“jruby” command is really a shell script if you don’t install
‘jruby-launcher’. My guess was that you are seeing the problem with the
Anyway, I tried to install it (using RubyGems), but got the errors that seem to
be RSpec failures.
Here is one example of that failure:
- JRuby native launcher should complain about a missing classpath append
Failure/Error: jruby_launcher("-Xcp:a 2>&1").should =~ /Argument is
expected: /Argument is missing/
Looks like the problem persisted to this as well. Can you try installing
JRuby binary without RVM?
I suspect that the problem is really coming from RVM. I remember that
with a certain version of RVM it had a lot of trouble with compiling
naigun. I don’t remember the details, and I don’t know if it is still
the problem with most recent version of RVM. But if JRuby works if you
don’t use RVM, I must say that the problem lies with RVM.